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Ollie Doolittle helps researchers learn more about the aging brain.
NOMID, or neonatal-onset multisystem inflammatory disease, is a rare disease that is often fatal.
Breast cancer takes a tremendous toll on women and men, as well as their families and communities.
An estimated 4.4 million Americans are living with chronic hepatitis; most do not know they are infected.
Although progress has been made in the fight against HIV/AIDS, the epidemic continues to wreak havoc.
Researchers are making progress in increasing our understanding of asthma through clinical research.
TB remains one of the deadliest infections in the world, particularly in regions with a large presence of HIV.
Getting to zero: zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, zero AIDS-related deaths.
Help researchers find new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat influenza.
NIH researchers combine wet wraps and education to treat this chronic skin disorder.
Researchers can take precautions to protect participants in research studies.
Volunteers can help NIH researchers understand how the immune system contributes to food allergy.
Paralyzed by stroke, patient advances science by using brain power and computers to control movement.
Learn from parents how clinical research is improving treatments.
Meet volunteers in several research studies in this provocative four-part series on obesity.
Study shows lasting improvement in vision with long-term use of Avastin and Lucentis.
Healthy volunteers help NIH researchers pursue an effective malaria vaccine.
Patient volunteers play an essential role in improving the way paramedics treat life-threatening seizures.
Gulf cleanup workers help NIH examine potential health effects of oil spill.
Learn how the King's (George VI) speech begins a story about current research and discovery about stuttering.
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