Sex hormone-sensitive brain cells provoke sudden, intense feelings of heat during menopause or prostate cancer therapy, and could be a treatment target.
After being informed of how they are evaluated, many physicians told surveyors that the pay-for-performance approach might change the way they practice.
Results of a study published today in Nature Biotechnology suggest techniques that could treat patients with heart failure.
A new animal study looked at pregnancy loss, including stillbirth, after infection with the virus.
This year the Warren Alpert Foundation Prize honors scientists for transformative research leading to precision-targeted treatments for this devastating genetic disease.
The department will encourage collaborative efforts to guide global health policies with sound data.
UW Medicine cardiologists have developed a tool to predict which heart-failure patients stand to gain most, and least, from an implanted defibrillator.
Even those born without signs of Zika infection need long-term monitoring, they warn.
Two diabetes medications that help adults don’t slow progression of type 2 diabetes in youth, researchers report.
Review of nearly 150,000 patient cases provides strong evidence, says UW Medicine urologist who led research.