Dr. Mallika Marshall
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School have developed an assay called VirScan that can determine which viruses a patient has been exposed to, perhaps 10 years or more in the past.
A number of people are reporting all kinds of symptoms and blaming Wi-Fi.
The web can answer just about anything, but it can also impart inflammatory, misleading, or sometimes downright wrong information.
There may be a drug-free solution for patients who have trouble sleeping.
Surgeons have used plastic implants and bone grafts to close large defects in patients’ skulls before but now doctors at MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital say they have performed the world’s first partial skull and scalp transplant.
The FDA has already rejected it twice, but Thursday there will be another push to get it on the market.
Some doctors now think you can do more for kids with cancer by actually doing less.
WBZ-TV and myTV38 took home several trophies at the 38th annual New England Emmy Awards Saturday night.
A company that manufactured the device is now being investigated by the Feds.
New data suggests that some babies might do better if their umbilical cord was not cut immediately.