Harnessing skin cancer genes to heal hearts

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have demonstrated that one of the most dangerous mutations found in skin cancers might moonlight as a pathway to mending a broken heart.


New drug reduces inflammation during coronary catheterization

UConn Assistant Professor of Immunology Zhichao Fan specializes in the molecular mechanics of inflammation, specifically the mechanism that activates the adhesion of white blood cells or leukocytes in inflammation associated ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Study reveals how COVID damages the heart

University of Queensland researchers have discovered how COVID-19 damages the heart, opening the door to future treatments.

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