Herpes in space: How research on astronauts’ ailments can help people back on Earth

Space travel has a negative effect on the human body, including reactivating dormant viruses like herpes.

HIV-positive patient is world’s first to donate kidney

“There are potentially tens of thousands of people living with HIV right now who could be living kidney donors,” said Dr. Dorry Segev from Johns Hopkins University.

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When Life Gives You Parkinson’s podcast: Is Parkinson’s a genetic condition?

In this episode, Larry Gifford talks with Dr. Matt Farrer, a geneticist and Parkinson’s researcher, as well as Sara Riggare, co-chair of the WPC 2019 Patients Advocate Committee.