The new regulation demands more communication from screening facilities across 12 states, including Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana.
Designed for use in low- and middle-income settings, the device is twice as accurate as similar commercial monitoring systems.
Today medical students participating in the National Residency Match Program learned where they will continue their medical training.
Prompt diagnosis and treatment can reduce risk of long-term psychological and cognitive harms, an injury-prevention specialist says.
This IVF gene-screening technology does not exist today, but a bioethicist expresses concern about its perceived value among respondents.
Black men have higher prostate cancer mortality rates if treated by less experienced surgeons, researchers found.
The approach makes it possible to introduce much larger genes into cells than current gene therapy techniques.
UW med school alumni were twice as likely to practice in rural areas if they trained at rural sites as medical students, a study shows.
Murine research indicates that the S1 protein is gatekeeper for how the SARS-CoV-2 virus crosses the blood-brain barrier.
Based in Soldotna, Alaska, it is the first accredited rural residency training program in internal medicine of its kind in the United States.