The history of oncology is rife with reports of patients with advanced cancer who staged miraculous recoveries.
Louis V. Gerstner III, the son of the executive credited with saving International Business Machines Corp., has died. He was 41.
Patients who lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings started using walkers to move around Boston Medical Center, met with amputee veterans and began to prepare for prosthetic legs.
Aiming deep inside the brain, drugmakers are testing medicines that may improve learning in people with Down syndrome, an advance unimaginable 50 years ago when many children with the genetic condition were considered hopelessly disabled.