Patients who have drug-resistant tuberculosis have a similar microbiological response to bedaquiline-based second-line medications as patients with drug-sensitive TB taking first-line regimens, according to researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine.
A new study has identified a set of 140 genes that may help predict enhanced disease-free survival in patients with non-small-cell lung cancer treated with a combination of immunotherapy and low-dose radiation.
Scientists have long believed that a newborn’s immune system was an immature version of an adult’s, but new research shows that newborns’ T cells – white blood cells that protect from disease – outperform those of adults at fighting off numerous infections.
Faculty, staff and community partners are working together to address community needs — and they’re getting students involved with support from Engaged Opportunity Grants from the Einhorn Center for Community Engagement.
Open to the entire Cornell community, the meditation program serves to counter the rigor of classes and work, offering participants a moment to breathe and reflect via sessions offered both in-person and virtually.