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EYE ON THE SCIENCE

Voices and stories from the front pages of science
- American man cured of sickle cell, and explosion threatens smallpox storage facility
September 20, 2019
BY: Mary Parker
- Herceptin, one of the first monoclonal antibodies, opened the door to more precise, targeted therapies
September 19, 2019
BY: Regina Kelder
- Recent advances in hand leg prosthetics,and storage of donor livers to benefit thousands
September 13, 2019
BY: Mary Parker
- Also: the state of AAV vectors in gene therapy, and potentially better AI in drug discovery
September 6, 2019
BY: Mary Parker
- Also: A robotic thread developed by MIT could be used to save stroke patients, and an early hominin gets a new face
August 30, 2019
BY: Mary Parker
- Also: A missing cancer option in the US, and what makes CF patients good hosts for one type of bacteria
August 23, 2019
BY: Mary Parker
- Also: Immune-activating gene therapy for gliobastoma shows promise, and a big step forward in the Ebola fight
August 16, 2019
BY: Regina Kelder
- Also: brain dangers in space and difficult to clean medical devices 
August 9, 2019
BY: Eureka Staff
- Also: Kentucky uses shocking boats to highlight Asian carp problem, and artificial cells mimic biological cells.
August 2, 2019
BY: Eureka Staff
- Also: Implants may prevent HIV for up to a year, and new scientific interest in how cellular "garbage" may be helping to spread disease
July 26, 2019
BY: Eureka Staff