The new Precision Health and Integrated Diagnostics Center searches for ways to prevent disease entirely
Researchers aim to harness microbes in our intestines to cure what ails us
People who are genetically prone to heart disease can still benefit from regular exercise.
Stanford researchers launch a massive study of lung tissue — healthy and diseased — in one of their own
Scientific innovations harness noise and acoustics for healing
New brain-imaging software identifies people who might benefit from treatment long after the time it has generally been considered helpful.
The enormity of the first U.S. adult heart transplant
Stanford’s heart transplant breakthrough precipitated years of protocol advances
Mechanical heart valves are often safer than natural tissue for mitral valve replacement until age 70.
Babies with rare genetic disorders have chance for longer lives