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Researchers find fat burning molecule in mice
$20M awarded for scientific research to ensure health equity in preventing hypertension
How hunger enhances learning about how to seek and consume food
No amount of lead in drinking water is safe for people with kidney disease, study shows
Single-shot Ad26.COV2.S COVID-19 vaccine lasts at least eight months and covers delta variant, researchers report
Researchers discover how hunger boosts learning about food in mice
Immunotherapy May Be Effective for Subset of Prostate Cancer
Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine Protects Against COVID-19 Variant B.1.351 in Rhesus Macaques
Living an Active Life with Heart Failure
Barbershops play effective role in reducing blood pressure in Black men
Researchers Model Impact and Value of Establishing Blood Pressure Control Programs at Barbershops Nationwide
Researchers’ Tissue Analysis Shows How COVID-19 Affects Infected Cells
Financial toxicity associated with cancer care impacts nearly 50% of women with gynecologic cancer and disproportionately affects
Vaccine generates robust immune responses against SARS-CoV-2 variants
Forget me not: Novel target shows promise in treating Alzheimer’s and related dementias
Single-Shot COVID-19 Vaccine Generates Robust Immune Responses Against COVID-19 Variants
Incorporating Health Equity and Racial Justice into Medical Artificial Intelligence Systems
Researchers show a diet designed to lower blood pressure also improved other factors in cardiac health
Dana-Farber announces expanded joint research agreement with Novartis
New study supports safety of COVID-19 vaccines for pregnant, lactating women
Researchers Find No Increased Risk of Death with Drug-Coated Devices Used for Lower Extremity Revascularization
Access to overdose-reversing drugs declined during pandemic, researchers find
COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines are Immunogenic in Pregnant and Lactating Women, Including Against Viral Variants
Researchers find some medicines could raise blood pressure
Only Half of Those with Heart Disease Get a Flu Shot
Immunomics: A conversation on future of diagnostics with Ramy Arnaout
Large collaboration creates cell atlas of COVID-19 pathology
For young patients with breast cancer, fertility concerns influence endocrine therapy decisions, study finds
Scientists Create First-of-its-Kind 3D Organoid Model of Human Pancreas
Researchers Find COVID-19 Mother-to-Newborn Infection Rates are Low, but Indirect Risks Exist
Gender-affirming hormone therapy may increase risk of high blood pressure
COVID-19-Associated Seizures May be Common, Linked to Higher Risk of Death
Researchers Identify Potential Targets for Novel Treatments for Lung Cancer
Public Announcement Concerning a Proposed Health Care Project
Racial disparities in death rates from chronic diseases show minimal improvement over last two decades
Open-Label Placebo Works as Well as Double-Blind Placebo in Irritable Bowel Syndrome
New research shows substantially higher burden of COVID-19 compared to flu
Recent Awards and Honors
With masks on, three feet is just as safe as six feet apart in Massachusetts schools, researchers find
Dana-Farber research leads to better understanding of immune system in kidney cancer
Researchers ID blood protein that sheds light on common, post-operative complication
Nothing Lost in Translation
New ambulatory COVID-19 testing site opens in Brookline
New Virtual Clinical Training Aims To Assist COVID-19 Frontline Teams
Hormones in brain may explain how exercise improves metabolism
New evidence sheds light on best practices for treating patients with severe respiratory failure from COVID-19
First mammography screening guidelines issued for older survivors of breast cancer
Personalized vaccine produces long-lasting anti-tumor response in patients with melanoma, study shows