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Lina Zeldovich

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    Targeting Cancer’s Achilles Heel

    Biden’s Cancer Moonshot aims to cut annual deaths in half. Scientists have the goal in their sights.

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    Cancer’s Got a Lot of Nerve

    Tumors recruit the nervous system to help them spread. Scientists are looking for ways to stop it.

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    After 100 Years of Research, Autism Remains a Puzzle

    One geneticist is determined to piece together the causes.

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    Can Cancer Be Treated by Changing Its Cells?

    Tumors grow when cells lose their biological identity. A promising therapeutic might restore their sense of self.

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    Why AI Needs a Genome

    AI could learn and adapt like humans with algorithms that work like genes.

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    Triggering the Body’s Defenses to Fight Cancer

    Experiments once considered crazy are now helping scientists attack tumors.

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    The Rise of RNA Therapeutics

    DNA mutations are hard to fix. Scientists are trying another approach.

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