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‘Built to forget’: Why memory lapses are good for our brains

Nature | 
Until about ten years ago, most researchers thought that forgetting was a passive process in which memories, unused, decay over ...
Autism

Looking for a connection between autism and PTSD

Spectrum | 
Having autism can sometimes mean enduring a litany of traumatic events, starting from a young age. And for many, those ...

Gene-specific cancer treatment is common, but there are still some kinks

Scientific American | 
Elaine Mardis and her colleagues first encountered 39-year-old Lucy (not her real name) in 2010 at the Genome Institute at ...

Personalized precision cancer treatments tailored to your genes improving but hurdles high

Nature | 
Elaine Mardis and her colleagues first encountered 39-year-old Lucy in 2010 at the Genome Institute at Washington University in St ...
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