Modern medicine can fix all kinds of things -- we can repair broken bones, replace malfunctioning organs and even restore microbiomes. How come our nerves are so hard to repair?
Following on a technique already proven in Sweden, the surgery could help women suffering from infertility.
A rare condition caused massive warts to appear on a Bangladeshi man, beginning when he was a teenager.
Swiss doctors have separated eight-day-old conjoined twin sisters fused at the liver and chest.
The first operation is planned for a soldier who suffered genital injuries in a bomb blast in Afghanistan.
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An Italian neurosurgeon will perform the procedure on volunteer Valery Spiridonov, who has a genetic muscle-wasting disease.
Zion Harvey says he is looking forward to being able to throw a football with his own hands.
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