President Donald Trump rolled out his first budget request to Congress today. It calls for deep cuts to some federal science agencies. Although the Fogarty may have come into the White House’s crosshairs because of “international” in its title, the work it does helps guard the health of Americans from emerging diseases, says Nancy Kass of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics

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The complicated debate over paying for body parts is just one of the societal dilemmas Hopkins scholars are tackling, thanks to philanthropically supported Exploration of Practical Ethics grants

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Three women suffered severe, permanent eye damage after stem cells were injected into their eyes, in an unproven treatment at a loosely regulated clinic in Florida, doctors reported in an article published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine

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The years spent as a grad student and postdoc are among the most trying times for any scientist. The pressure to publish is intense, as young researchers vie for the few jobs at the heads of academic labs. Those high stakes and the pressure-cooker atmosphere make mistakes — and sometimes the willingness to cut corners and commit fraud — more likely

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In truth, there is no way to come with a 100 percent accurate count of all the health workers who have died since the conflict in Syria that began six years ago this month

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Inside a community on the front lines of the opioid epidemic. Officer Sean Brinegar arrived at the house first — “People are coming here and dying,” the 911 caller had said — and found a man and a woman panicking. Two people were dead inside, they told him

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A gene drive bid aims to eliminate malaria

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The first animal-free chicken strips are here—but they’ll cost you $9,000 per pound

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