Encouraging immune-response and safety data emerge from preliminary human test of a genetically attenuated parasite vaccine.
A basket-shaped retrieval device was delivered by catheter into a patient's heart to safely remove a benign lesion.
Seeking gender-affirming surgery can mean a long drive and increased costs, according to new research.
“Do not resuscitate” preferences are often suspended by heart programs for patients who undergo aortic valve replacement.
Removal of the secondary stones reduced patients' relapse rate by 82%, urology researchers found.
A five-year, $2.7 million grant from the National Cancer Institute will help provide answers.
Genetically modified mouse studies reveal pathways for organ-damaging autoimmune response.
U.S. News recognizes UW Medicine's hospitals as “high-performing” across an array of common adult procedures and conditions.
Machine learning, used to design proteins with a variety of functions, is doing things scientists didn't realize it was capable of.
Across 16 countries studied, spikes in influenza-like illnesses emerged 3 months before the first COVID-19 cases were reported.