Harvard Medicine News
New Virus, New Test

DNA nanoswitches could provide the foundation for a simple test to detect infection with SARS-CoV-2.

Illustration of a DNA double helix looped back on itself. Two antibodies embedded in the DNA have bound to a SARS-CoV-2 particle.
Launching Pad

Clinicians who prescribe unnecessary antibiotics may be spurring their patients' future antibiotic use.

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Teaching COVID-19 in Real Time

It's not an opportunity that comes along every year—the chance to analyze a momentous period of history as you're living it.

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Medicaid and Cancer Mortality

Fewer cancer patients are dying in states that have expanded Medicaid, according to new research.

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