Infertility can be emotionally challenging for anyone. For women born without a uterus or who lose theirs' to illness and surgery, it can be devastating, with a finality that until now has ended their hope of ever bearing a child.
While infertility is still often perceived as a predominantly female disorder, the reality is that a male component is present in about half the cases where there is failure to achieve pregnancy.
When a disease touches millions of lives, the silver lining is that it can be easier to find funding for research to prevent or cure it.
Building off their success in reaching underserved populations in Alabama, UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center is launching an outreach, awareness and screening program for those at high risk of lung cancer.
It has been over six years since Syrians experienced the tumultuous Arab spring that forced many to flee their homes for refuge in nearby regions or far from their native country.
Two major genomics projects are beginning in Alabama.
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