For psychiatrists, Donald Trump’s third run for the presidency means that we’ll once again face the challenge of diagnosis: Should we, or shouldn’t we? For 50
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SAN DIEGO — Sequencing behemoth Illumina on Thursday won its case against the Federal Trade Commission in its bid to hold onto Grail, a Bay Area early cancer
STAT+: ‘No real clear path’: Insurance coverage for cutting-edge diagnostics remains a major challenge for personalized medicine
DANA POINT, Calif. — Even the best treatment for a disease is no help if you can’t pinpoint the patients who need it. And a panel of experts this week grappled
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STAT+: Could wearable tech — and AI — change how we diagnose infants with conditions like cerebral palsy?
An unlikely team of engineers and mobility researchers has developed an experimental set of small, wearable sensors intended to make it easier to diagnose
STAT+: In a sea of skeptics, this physician was one of fibromyalgia patients’ few true allies. Or was he?
Cindy Bradley-Graziadei almost didn’t take the test. By the time she saw it advertised, in 2017, she was pretty much past the point of mustering any hope. Her
An expert task force on Thursday released a new and much-anticipated approach for diagnosing kidney function, saying there is no need for controversial
One morning in 2012, my wife Geri looked in the mirror and failed to recognize her own face. Our neurologist diagnosed Geri, a former health care executive and