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Experimental vaccine aims to train B cells to produce broadly neutralizing antibodies that target HIV.
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Though the practice is not entirely new, patient advocates fear it could lead to additional fees.
Having eased its ban on blood donations from gay and bi men in 2020, the FDA may soon use a questionnaire to assess individual risk.
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People who reported greater subjective cognitive decline were nearly 9% more likely to develop dementia.
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Minority children are about half as likely to have had surgery in the past year compared with white children.
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Fauci, who has directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, will step down in December.
Jeremiah Johnson will be the acting executive director, and Peter Staley will be the new board chair at PrEP4All.
Mpox will become a preferred term, replacing monkeypox, after a transition period of one year.
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Long wait times in emergency departments harm patients and medical staff alike.
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