At first glance, the statistics for lung cancer may seem dire. But look closer and there’s more — much more — to the story. It’s true that lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer death among men and women … Read More »
Distill years of complicated research into an “elevator pitch” lasting just three minutes.
Ten USC School of Pharmacy graduate students took on that challenge in the school’s third Three-Minute Thesis competition on June 14.
Topics included new cancer treatment methods, adjunct therapy … Read More »
Men who want to improve their libido or build body mass may want to think twice before using testosterone-boosting supplements — also known as “T boosters” — as research shows these alternatives to traditional testosterone replacement therapy may not have … Read More »
USC researchers have discovered a secret sauce in the brain’s vascular system that preserves the neurons needed to keep dementia and other diseases at bay.
The finding, in a mouse model of the human brain, focuses on a specific cell called … Read More »