In case you missed it: News from The Forefront

In case you missed it, Science Life has a new home at The Forefront, a science, health and wellness news and information website for the University of Chicago Medicine, the Biological Sciences Division and the Pritzker School of Medicine.

Be sure to visit the Forefront’s dedicated research and discoveries channel to read about our basic science and biomedical discoveries. We will be launching a newsletter to bring you the latest updates soon, but in the meantime here’s what you may have missed this week:

Ancient fossil adds to the shark family tree

New analysis of a 385 million-year-old fossil is helping build out the shark family tree. And based on its odd assortment of features from both sharks and bony fishes, scientists now think we can push back the date for humanity’s last common ancestor with great whites to 440 million years ago.

MIBG therapy: An unique treatment for neuroblastoma

The University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital is the first medical center in Illinois to offer I131-MIBG therapy, one step in a complex treatment plan for children with relapsed or difficult-to-treat neuroblastoma.

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Matt Wood is a senior science writer and manager of communications at the University of Chicago Medicine & Biological Sciences Division.
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