Humanity crossed a line in 2009: For the first time in history, more people in the last decade died from non-communicable disease than from all the plagues in the world combined. We’ve entered what science pundit Steve Jones has, … Read More »
Researchers at the USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center are recruiting patients at both the precancerous and most advanced stage of cervical cancer to participate in clinical trials developing new immunotherapies for the disease.
One of these potential therapies treats the lesions … Read More »
Heroin is worse than other drugs because people inject it much sooner, potentially resulting in increased risk of injection-related epidemics such as hepatitis C and HIV, a Keck School of Medicine of USC study shows.
As more people use opioids, many … Read More »
The Keck School of Medicine of USC recently held a celebration of pilot funding programs that are available for researchers. The event, held Feb. 7 on the Health Sciences Campus, was hosted by the Keck School’s Office of Research Advancement … Read More »