Researchers seek to recruit 3,500 children and adults to assess how well vaccines protect against COVID-19 infection.
New study results in more precise language in the federally mandated warning about this possibility.
Screening for depression also should happen quickly to maintain quality of life, two new studies of multiple sclerosis indicate.
Even as more older people want, or need, to extend their careers, ageism's societal influence can pose an obstacle.
Study of men who have sex with men and transgender women is stopped early for effectiveness.
Patients undergoing catheter-based procedures may be enrolled without giving consent, under a U.S. exception granted to researchers.
Two researchers affiliated with UW School of Medicine were named to TIME's 100 most influential people for 2022.
The finding supports theory that genetic differences between individuals and species can affect the acquisition of mutations.
An analysis suggests that other criteria have a more ethical basis to help decide which patients to prioritize for lifesaving care.
Before 2021, the survival rate of extreme preemies was poor. An initiative at UW Medicine changed that.