The test could give parents-to-be insights into the genetic traits and disease risks of a developing fetus as early as the first trimester of pregnancy.
It sounds futuristic, but the tech has been used to treat neurological conditions for decades.
The test is not a treatment nor a cure, but it could be an invaluable diagnostic tool.
Researchers hope to add a new weapon to their arsenal in the war against drug resistance.
From mental health apps to robot surgeons, artificial intelligence is already changing the practice of medicine.
HAL uses signals from your brain and autonomous functionality to provide strength and stability.
The system, created at MIT, can deliver medication directly to areas of the brain as small as one cubic millimeter.
A new technology takes some of the guesswork out of medicine.
How would your brain interact with a foreign body?
“This graft shows for the first time that re-transplantation is possible in the case of chronic rejection."
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