New research shows that both strands of microRNA cooperate to drive growth and aggressiveness across cancer types, suggesting that these molecules may be more central in deadly cancers than previously thought.
Statin use alone or with metformin is associated with lower prostate cancer mortality from all causes, among high-risk patients.
A vibroacoustic therapeutic intervention shows brain and sleep quality benefits in a clinical trial for patients with insomnia.
The nationwide, multi-institutional cross-sectional study of students at DO-granting medical schools found that those students – like their peers in MD-granting medical schools – lose empathy as they progress through medical school. However, the DO (or…
New retrospective study indicates that the shift of treatment from systemic chemotherapies to liver-directed therapies provides survival benefits.
High levels of CO2 in the body, due to chronic respiratory disorders, may exacerbate pancreatic cancer, making it more aggressive and resistant to therapy.
The famous cancer gene p53, which was thought to be less relevant in kidney cancer, may play a larger role than previously appreciated, suggesting new potential for treatment.
Thomas Jefferson University Hotspotting Program Addresses Hospital “Super Utilizers” Using Team-Based Model
An interdisciplinary team of researchers explore how women use the platform to talk openly about the emotional distress of a miscarriage and how social media can inform patient care
One Jefferson student takes to social media and blogging to discuss mental health issues in graduate school, and finds huge community support.