Using in-game win probability techniques to predict the course of disease
Some groups of women with ovarian cancer are undertested for mutations that could guide clinical care.
Surprising and sometimes strange biology fuels the future of medicine
New Stanford medical school curriculum gives more flexibility and incentives for long-term research
People with frequent common skin cancers could have a higher risk of developing other cancers, study shows.
Researchers can employ a magnetic wire to detect up to 80 times more free-floating cancer cells in blood than simple blood tests show.
The new Precision Health and Integrated Diagnostics Center searches for ways to prevent disease entirely
Serendipity and passion peg an elusive illness
Stanford researchers launch a massive study of lung tissue — healthy and diseased — in one of their own
Researchers engineer brewer’s yeast to produce a complex drug that’s in short supply