Philippa Marrack and her husband John Kappler head to Israel this week to accept the prestigious Wolf Prize in medicine for work on T-cells and the immune system.
Doctors at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver are part of a pilot program experimenting with a device that doesn't require surgery like the pacemaker currently on the market.
The needle-free injections are being used for immunizations in eight states across the country, including Colorado.
A digital stethoscope will help keep health workers treating patients with the highly-infectious disease safer.
Broomfield-based Coregenix is developing a simple test that could reveal if someone has Ebola within 10 minutes.
At last count, 11 children in Colorado have suffered from paralysis. The condition may be linked to a polio-like virus that’s been around since the early 1960s.
Researchers want to test a more targeted form of radiation therapy used in countries like Japan and Germany. They say the treatment leads to much higher cancer survival rates.