E-cigarettes may not be risk-free: A USC study shows users develop some of the same molecular changes as cigarette smokers.
As National Human Trafficking Awareness Day is marked Jan. 11, USC Dornsife scholars explore the worldwide abuse of migrant workers that subjects millions to misery, injustice and poverty.
After seeing how his mother dealt with the disease, the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience researcher tackles the toughest questions about cancer.
Justin Ichida gives his all to find a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease because, for patients, the clock is ticking.
Research will address the neglected role of environmental neurotoxins in the development of Alzheimer’s.
The science of making up your mind is more complicated than you might think.
Early identification of the cancer is key — but symptoms usually appear when the disease is in its later stages and no screening method currently exists.
Funds from two voter-approved measures for services were credited for advancements against the L.A. crisis.
Like a smart bomb, the potential treatment delivers a cancer-fighting drug directly to cells, deterring metastasis to the lungs.
USC’s Neeraj Sood and colleagues propose an approach that leverages competition among drug manufacturers, saving states money and ensuring that more people get treatment.