Dr. Folkman's progeny
Part of Judah Folkman's genius was to mentor and inspire generations of researchers to carry his pioneering work forward. A few of the most promising projects reveal how far this cancer pioneer's vision has spread.
Cardiac surgeons at Children's Hospital Boston are designing new imaging systems and tools to fix children's hearts while they're still beating—without having to open up their chests.
Stopping newborn seizures
Lab research shows that infants' brains are different from adults'—no wonder adult seizure drugs work so poorly in newborns. New treatments, targeting the newborn brain, will soon be put to the test.
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