This Viewpoint describes how regenerative medicine through advances in cell biology, biomaterial science, and biological molecule discovery can replace or regenerate human cells, tissues, and organs harmed by disease or injury.
This Viewpoint discusses the potential uses for 3D printing technologies in patient care.
In this Viewpoint, John Ioannidis and colleagues review how rarely gene therapy and genomic medicine have led to breakthroughs for patients and call on the NIH to defund preclinical research that fails to deliver on its initial promise.
This Viewpoint from the National Academy of Medicine's 2016 Vital Directions initiative discusses strategies to align payment reform with efforts to improve health care quality, value, and health outcomes that are important to patients.
This Medical News & Perspectives story discusses the clinical advances and future promise of penis transplants.
This Medical News and Perspectives article discusses advances in 3-D printing that are being used to solve unique clinical challenges.
In this Viewpoint, Pomeroy discusses the history of the Lasker Awards and their importance in highlighting the contributions of hundreds of scientists involved in research and public service.
This population epidemiology study used neonatal registry data to characterize trends in maternal and neonatal care, and morbidity and mortality of extremely preterm infants between 1993 and 2012.
This Viewpoint explores the possibilities of and challenges to regenerating organs and tissues with induced pluripotent stem cells.
This Viewpoint discusses how the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is responding the challenges and opportunities related to the training of patient-oriented physician-scientists.