'Mosaic' HIV Vaccine Looks Good In Early Trial, Boston Researcher Tells AIDS Conference
It's a "mosaic" vaccine that tries to cover the many varieties of HIV around the globe by computer-generating synthetic HIV sequences -- and it could be ready for a big clinical trial in Africa this year.
Analysis: Non-White Mass. Voters More Troubled By Climate Change Than White Voters
A recent WBUR poll shows non-white Mass. voters are even more concerned about the consequences of climate change than the state population as a whole -- and voters are already more concerned than ever.
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How Trump Voters In Central Mass. See The President Now
So after months of investigations about possible Russian collusion, court challenges, legislative paralysis and all those angry tweet storms, we speak with Massachusetts residents who voted for Trump to see how they feel about his presidency so far.
Analyst: MassHealth Enrollment Has Stabilized, So Baker's Proposals May Not Seem Urgent To Legislature
The retired president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation says Gov. Charlie Baker "has put forward probably the most sweeping changes in Medicaid or MassHealth in the 50 years of its existence," and they're controversial.