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How human embryonic stem cells sparked a revolution

Source: NatureDieter Egli was just about to start graduate school in 1998 when researchers first worked out how to derive human embryonic stem cells. In the two decades since, the prolific cells have...

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Asia is the cradle of almost every cholera epidemic, genome studies show

Source: Science MagazineIn perhaps the most famous example of shoe-leather epidemiology, U.K. physician John Snow mapped cholera cases in London in 1854 to pinpoint a water pump on Broad Street as the...

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Lessons from a decade of Apple influence in medicine

Source: ARS TechnicaIn early 2008—on the brink of the second generation iPhone’s release—emergency medicine doctor Michael Omori unabashedly gushed over the digital upheaval he saw at the medical...

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