Many doctors decline to treat patients who use wheelchairs, according to Baystate study
Through her work in the lab, Laura Wong has coaxed damaged nerve cells back to life
A Maine Track graduate heads home to pursue a career in rural medicine
Making sense of language is related to what we already know—and don’t know
Three Tufts hospitals rank among the best in the country
Mild or delayed cases contribute to more diagnoses
Medical students are ready for their next adventure
New doctoral degree will address shortage of public health workers
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Tufts’ Stuart Levy has long argued that careless use of antibiotics can create resistant bacteria,...
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What looks like Lyme disease may be a completely different illness
The placebo effect is stronger and more pervasive than many doctors realized
A common feline cancer may hold the key to better treatments for humans
Genetic enhancement of human embryos is not a practice for civil societies
Medical school ranks high in number of applicants
Apparent cure of infant with AIDS earns alumna international acclaim