Work is underway on treatments and a vaccine to combat the new coronavirus. See how U.S. innovators are fighting to keep Americans and the world safe.
U.S. companies are using artificial intelligence to improve medical care. Learn how new software will lead to early detection of heart disease.
A recent study shows artificial intelligence was as successful as doctors at diagnosing cancer — and was much faster, too.
Antibiotic-resistant diseases are being tackled head-on by U.S. government agencies with fast-track funding of bold ideas.
A U.S.-backed program is helping to get malaria medicine delivered in Niger by making sure maps accurately show the location of health facilities.
U.S. regulators have approved a California company’s new therapy for treating sickle cell disease, a painful and life-threatening inherited blood disorder.
The U.S. system of inspecting food, medicines and other products is a showcase for the world, with federal agencies maintaining exacting standards.
U.S. researchers are testing two new Ebola vaccines in a clinical trial, hoping to offer long-lasting immunity against deadly strains of the Ebola virus.
In a single shot, a universal vaccine could protect patients for their lifetime from multiple existing or future strains of influenza virus.