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© Albert Tercero for Mosaic Genetic diagnosis is getting ever more sophisticated. But as doctors uncover diseases that are hereditary, who needs to know? Shaun Raviv explores the rights – and duties – of doctors, patients and families.

10 July 2018

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© Albert Tercero for Mosaic A lot of research goes into creating our stories. Here are some of the resources we used to put together our story on the ethical issues around sharing genetic information.

10 July 2018

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© Kyle Bean and Sara Morris for Mosaic More and more people are donating organs, but demand still far exceeds supply. What can the world learn from the country that does it best?

26 June 2018

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© Kyle Bean and Sara Morris for Mosaic Donating your organs after death can save lives, but are religious taboos potentially limiting the amount of organs available?

26 June 2018

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Mosaic Science by Author: Neil Steinberg, Editor: Chr.. - 1M ago
Kevin Portillo does one of his exercises before church on Sunday morning, massaging his cheek with a gloved hand.  – © Natalie Keyssar for Mosaic  You’d be forgiven for thinking that counting the different types of smile would be straightforward. It’s anything but.

9 June 2018

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Mosaic Science by Author: Neil Steinberg, Editor: Chr.. - 1M ago
Kevin Portillo does one of his exercises before church on Sunday morning, massaging his cheek with a gloved hand.  – © Natalie Keyssar for Mosaic  Smiling is one of the fundamental ways people communicate, so what happens if your face can’t do it?

9 June 2018

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Mosaic Science by Author: Emma Young, Editor: Michael.. - 1M ago
© Derek Brahney for Mosaic. Source photograph from iStock by Getty Images 

29 May 2018

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Mosaic Science by Author: Sophie Cousins, Editor: Dan.. - 2M ago
© Erin Aniker for Mosaic Two-thirds of countries have reported gonorrhoea cases that resist all known antibiotics. Now scientists are trying to hold the line against the disease as they look for a new way to treat it.

15 May 2018

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© Erin Aniker for Mosaic Uncovering the truth behind the first man treated with the world’s first antibiotic.

14 May 2018

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Kirsti Paasikallio outside her former home in Helsinki. – © Dave Imms for Mosaic In Finland, people whose sickness is linked to certain buildings fear being labelled as mentally ill, while scientists search for evidence that their condition is ‘real’.

1 May 2018

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