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Artificial intelligence is part of the new frontier in medicine. In our Grand Round series, Dr. David Agus, who directs research on AI at the University of Southern California and heads USC Norris Westside Cancer Center, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how AI is transforming medicine and the risks
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A promising new treatment could help children suffering from peanut allergies. Aimmune Therapeutics say research shows the daily use of its peanut protein capsules could desensitize children to the allergy. But there are still some hurdles before the drug hits medicine cabinets. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
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A strange case concerning a man who lived for hours after being declared dead is set to go to trial. His family claims hospital staff ignored their pleas for help. Dr. Tara Narula spoke with his widow.
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The CDC says there may be signs flu activity is leveling off, but the threat is far from over. The most severe flu season in nearly a decade has taken a heavy toll, killing 84 children. About three-quarters of them were not vaccinated. Dr. Tara Narula shows how the the
Is there any end in sight to this flu season? The CDC reported that 22 more children died this week – and 84 so far this season. CBS News’ chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook discusses the troubling numbers.
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The CDC says this year's flu vaccine has been 36 percent effective in preventing severe illness that would send a patient to the doctor. But it seems to be more helpful for children. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports.
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