Immunotherapy: Unleashing Our Bodies' Defense System to Fight Cancer
February 11, 2016 Scientists at Weill Cornell Medicine believe immunotherapy could be the best game plan to defeat cancer.
New Desktop-Sterilization Device Disinfects Cell Phones in Just 10 Minutes
February 11, 2016 Cell phones treated for just 10 minutes in a new desktop-sterilization device were fully rid of germs, including those that may be responsible for common skin infections.
Weill Cornell Medicine Launches Collaborative Bioethics Fellowship
February 10, 2016 Weill Cornell Medicine, NewYork-Presbyterian, and Houston Methodist have established a new collaborative fellowship program to create highly trained bioethicists.
A 'Pioneer' Passes
February 9, 2016 Remembering hypertension expert Dr. John Laragh '48.
Sequencing Reveals Molecular Underpinnings of Aggressive Prostate Cancer Subtype
February 8, 2016 A subset of treatment-resistant prostate cancer pathologically resembles small cell lung cancer rather than typical prostate cancer.
Statement: Weill Cornell Medicine Responds to Crane Collapse
February 5, 2016 All Weill Cornell Medicine staff who work at 40 Worth St. in Lower Manhattan are safe and accounted for, and have been evacuated. All patient appointments scheduled for Feb. 5 have been cancelled.
Awards and Honors Across Weill Cornell Medicine - Week of Jan. 29 - Feb. 5
February 5, 2016 Awards, honors, prizes and achievements for the week of Jan. 29 - Feb. 5.
Experimental Therapy Could Treat Diabetes and Fatty Liver
February 5, 2016 A new investigational therapy could be a major breakthrough in the treatment of both diabetes and fatty liver.
Genome Research Elucidates Human Migration and Evolution
February 4, 2016 Indigenous Arabs are direct descendants of humans who migrated out of Africa, before others continued on to colonize Europe and Asia.
Health By Design
February 3, 2016 Weill Cornell physician-scientists and Cornell University engineers collaborate -- and patients benefit.

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