Medications

Why does tuberculosis find a 65-year-old drug so hard to resist?

Since its discovery in 1954, there have been almost no recorded cases of tuberculosis becoming resistant to the antibiotic drug D-cycloserine (DCS) in patients. With resistance to many other drugs on the rise, a team of ...

Oncology & Cancer

Researchers find new cancer gene drivers

Scientists have long searched for "driver" genes that fuel the progression of cancer, but existing technology has had a hard time separating mutations that are true drivers from others that are simply "passengers," not directly ...

Genetics

CRISPR baby mutation significantly increases mortality

A genetic mutation that a Chinese scientist attempted to create in twin babies born last year, ostensibly to help them fend off HIV infection, is also associated with a 21% increase in mortality in later life, according to ...

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