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The United Nations vote to delay any treaty banning human cloning
Computer Control Implants for the Paralyzed
False memories have characteristic brain activity
Brain-machine Interface Set for Testing
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Stem Cells Bring Heart Patients Back from Near Death
Simple Skin Cholesterol Test Beats Blood
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Psoriasis Genes Discovered
Stem Cells Heal Heart Vessels and Muscle
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Aging Linked to Gene Changes in the Brain
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Chinese Herb, Ginger, and Tea Stop Cancer in Lab Studies
Pain Commonplace in Old Age
New Drug Beats Flu
Bio-Scaffolds Could Help Create Organs for Transplant
Cholesterol Gene Linked to Longevity
Scientists Block Cancer Cells Self-Repair Mechanism
A Touch of the Blues May Promote Inflammation
Drugs Cut AIDS Death Rates by More than 80%
Implant Could Help Stroke Patients Regain Arm Control
Antibiotics Reduce Stroke Risk by One-Fifth
Viagra May Trigger Growth of New Brain Cells
Vampire Bat Drug Promising in Trials
Umbilical Cord Blood Could Help to Repair Stroke Damage