Some academic and scientific papers read like incomprehensible babble, as though their authors randomly plucked erudite jargon and squashed it together into a sandwich with citations and graphs, and then some papers are quite literally just that.
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In PNAS this week: statistical approach to examine intra-tumor heterogeneity, new genetic condition called otulipenia, and more.
Blood tests looking for biomarker changes could catch mental illnesses earlier, Newsweek reports.
DNA testing offers Korean adoptees a way to find their birth parents that sidesteps bureaucratic red tape, according to the New York Times.
A National Institutes of Health researcher has filed an Equal Employment Opportunity complaint against the agency, the Washington Post reports.