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Scientific AmericanWed Apr 26 07:22:17 EDT 2017

Brave New Wool? Artificial Womb Sustains Premature Lambs for Weeks
The technology may someday help babies born in their second trimester survive

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Disabled Hands Successfully Replaced with Bionic Prosthetics
If they can brave a voluntary amputation, people with a disabled, nerve-damaged hand can now have it surgically replaced

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Fountain of Youth? Young Blood Infusions "Rejuvenate" Old Mice
Elderly rodents that received human umbilical cord blood improved significantly in memory tests

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Unnatural Responsibilities
Synthetic biology offers unusual rewards and risks

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Japanese Automakers Look to Robots to Aid the Elderly
As car sales fall companies are looking to expand into the handicap assistance market

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Microbes with Rewired DNA Turn into Patient-Saving Drugs
By reprogramming DNA inside harmful microbes, biologists are turning them into patient-saving drugs

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Too Much Information? FDA Clears 23AndMe to Sell Home Genetic Tests for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
The controversial step will significantly expand direct-to-consumer testing—but what if the news is bad?

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Clot-Grabbing Devices Offer Better Stroke Outcomes
Insights from patient follow up may fuel changes in care

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Seeking Pig Organs for Human Transplants
Researchers want to employ CRISPR to solve a huge health care problem

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Cancer Researchers Worry about Potential Downsides of Immunotherapy
The treatments may hasten growth of tumors in some patients

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Genetic Details of Controversial "3-Parent Baby" Revealed
The child's parents have decided to forgo long-term monitoring by researchers

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Japanese Man Is First to Receive "Reprogrammed" Stem Cells from Another Person
World-first transplant to treat macular degeneration could augur rise of iPS cell banks

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At-Home Male Fertility Test App Takes Sperm Selfies
A device that interfaces with a smartphone can accurately measure sperm concentration and movement

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Can Science Rob Snakes of Their Deadliest Weapon?
Biotech companies are on the prowl for newer, better antivenoms

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For the First Time, U.K. Allows Clinic to Proceed with "3-Parent" Baby Procedure
A British child created with this technique could be born this year

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Trump Budget Would Slash Biomedical and Science Research Dollars
The $1.1-trillion proposal includes a $6-billion chop to the NIH

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Waiting to Reprogram Your Cells? Don't Hold Your Breath
In a rethink of personalized medicine, researchers turn to banks of donor-derived stem cells

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Unlocking the Power of African Soil Microbes
These microscopic marvels are transforming agriculture in the developed world; now it’s Africa’s turn

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Full Genome Sequencing for Newborns Raises Questions
Testing every newborn for a raft of known genetic risks is technologically feasible. Some worry the results could do more harm than good

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Will "Biosimilar" Medications Reduce the Cost of Biologic Drugs?
Not necessarily 

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Can Tilapia Skin Be Used to Bandage Burns?
With few other treatment options, doctors in Brazil are turning to this popular fish

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New Advance May Help Organs Survive Deep Freeze
Early work suggests nanoparticles may help rewarm cryopreserved tissue 

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How Genetic Analyses Might Get to the Masses
New tools are helping democratize bioinformatics

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A New Model for Defeating Cancer: CAR T Cells
Some advanced cancers can now be successfully treated by synthetic immune cells that are more powerful and longer-lasting than any found in the body

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China to Permit Lab Poised to Study World's Most Dangerous Pathogens
Maximum-security biolab is part of a plan to build more of these facilities across the country

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