Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women, but early research focused on men. The result? A dangerous myth that heart disease is a man’s problem.
Skin cancer is on the rise yet many of us are unaware that we’re at risk.
We often see the heart and the kidneys as independent organs but the two are far more closely interconnected than you might think.
How we treat hemophilia has changed remarkably over the past 50 years, enabling sufferers today to live full and active lives. The next generation of treatments could change it forever.
Allergies and asthma are on the rise and increasingly have become household concerns.
Oncologists are increasingly understanding the genomic drivers behind cancers, leading to a host of promising new treatments.
Drugs affect people differently and we’re increasingly understanding why. For many of us, it’s down to our genes.
Family planning has had a huge impact on society and improving women’s lives. Providing safe access to contraception and proper sexual education remains a global challenge.
The explosion in patient data has the potential to revolutionize how we treat cancer – but the big data solution still faces huge logistical challenges.
Genetic editing could be one of our most powerful tools to treat illness and suffering, but could it change what it means to be human?