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08/18/14

Proteins critical to wound healing identified

08/14/14

Potential drug therapy for kidney stones identified in mouse study

08/13/14

Study reveals how Ebola blocks immune system

08/12/14

Experimental heart attack drug reduces tissue damage, minimizes bleeding risk

08/11/14

Preemies’ gut bacteria may depend more on gestational age than environment​

08/08/14

New culprit identified in metabolic syndrome

08/06/14

Growing human GI cells may lead to personalized treatments

08/05/14

Washington University part of group awarded $20 million for climate variability research

08/01/14

Wahl to become head of radiology

08/01/14

Study reveals one reason brain tumors are more common in men

07/31/14

Unintended consequences: More high school math, science linked to more dropouts

07/28/14

Many preschoolers with depression still suffer years later

07/25/14

Brunt named chief of minimally invasive surgery

07/25/14

One route to malaria drug resistance found

07/24/14

Corcoran named assistant dean for finance

07/23/14

Strategy proposed for preventing diseases of aging

07/18/14

Scientists find new clues to brain’s wiring

07/17/14

Study: Smoking may contribute to suicide risk

07/16/14

Piston named head of cell biology and physiology

07/16/14

Scientists find way to trap, kill malaria parasite

07/09/14

Lung cancer study hints at new treatments

07/03/14

Linehan named Neidorff and Packman Professor​​​​​​​​

07/02/14

Trial asks if probiotics help kids with stomach bugs

07/01/14

Bullock named Wolff Professor in Urology

06/27/14

Some aggressive cancers may respond to anti-inflammatory drugs

06/27/14

Autistic traits seen in parents of kids with autism

06/27/14

Youth regularly receive pro-marijuana tweets

06/27/14

Fighting parasitic infection unleashes virus

06/26/14

Glaucoma drug helps restore vision loss linked to obesity

06/26/14

Researchers hone in on way to predict aggressiveness of oral cancer

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