Scientists are debating calling it a cure or remission. And while the treatment in question is important, it may never be common and probably won't change prevention practices.
Charly Evon Simpson's play reframes one of medicine's most wrenching origin stories: how the father of modern gynecology operated on enslaved women and used them as his nurse assistants.
But just curious: Who wants to put a chile pepper (even a fake one) into their body?
This year's March for Life claims that “being pro-life is not in opposition to science," though many of its positions fly in the face of evidence.
An HHS spokesperson confirmed that the agency would be holding listening sessions on fetal tissue research “with various stakeholders e.g. scientists, pro-life groups, ethicists.”
U.S. officials have reportedly been quietly building an international anti-choice coalition to oppose access to abortion care and reproductive health services worldwide during this week’s United Nations proceedings.