Malaria-immune mosquitoes could compete in the wild

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute have for the first time managed to engineer the mosquito immune system to block the transmission of malaria.

Team discovers how to turn off peanut allergy

Scientists at at Northwestern University say they believe they've found a way to turn off potentially life-threatening food allergies.

Breakthrough could lead to effective cancer vaccines

Scientists researching cancer vaccines have made a significant breakthrough that could allow many cancers, including breast and colorectal cancers, to be targeted.