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Tumor DNA in Blood Reveals Lymphoma ProgressionUsing an advanced genetic test,researchers detected diffuse large B-cell lymphoma in blood before it could be seen on CT scans. The technique could improve disease monitoring.
Ebola Vaccine Candidate Promising in Early StudyAn experimental Ebola vaccine called VSV-ZEBOV was safe and produced robust antibody responses in all the healthy adults who received it. It’s now being tested in Liberia.
How Vitamin D May Affect Heart Disease,DiabetesMice with immune cells unable to use vitamin D developed precursors of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. The mechanisms uncovered may lead to novel therapies.