Whether you’re a researcher, physician, or professional in the world of medicine, it can be difficult to keep track of the latest developments—both in the broader world of medical research as well within your specialty.
NewsRx has offered authoritative newsletters on the latest discoveries in health & medicine since 1985, when NewsRx started as a one-stop source of news and research on the HIV-AIDS crisis.
Since then, NewsRx has grown to cover all STEM topics for scientists, businesses, & the general public. Nevertheless, NewsRx has remained well known for its particular expertise and authoritative reporting on the world of health, medicine, and life sciences.
NewsRx medical newsletters cover the entire world of groundbreaking, essential medical research across all fields, eliminating low-quality sources and concisely summarizing the latest discoveries, delivered either daily or weekly.
Start by requesting a newsletter of your choice using this form on NewsRx’s website.
Medical specialties covered
NewsRx continues its long-running coverage of HIV-AIDS with the AIDS Daily and AIDS Weekly newsletters. NewsRx also covers dozens of diseases and medical niches in both dailies and weekly newsletters, including:
- Aging and elder healthcare
- Cancer, cancer vaccine, and cancer gene therapy
- Disease prevention
- Heart disease and cardiovascular research
- Pain & central nervous system research
- Stem cell research
- Malaria, Zika, and virus research
- Obesity & diabetes news
- Vaccine research
- Between dailies and weekly newsletters, more than 200 fields covered
- Disease outbreaks
- Respiratory diseases, including pneumonia
What sets NewsRx medical newsletters apart
NewsRx dailies and weekly newsletters are written by proprietary artificial intelligence under the watchful eyes of humans.
This AI was developed using a decades-long process of supervised learning. Subject matter experts guided the AI through millions of data points on health & medicine in order to perfect custom-built taxonomies. This kind of AI is unique in that it was built from scratch over a long period of time, resulting in an unbeatable automated journalism algorithm that can handle the process of reporting from start to finish: research, writing, editing, and formatting.
Each newsletter contains 10-100+ short, easy-to-read research briefs (~500 words) that cover the most important details from a new peer-reviewed research article.
Altogether, each newsletter covers the entirety of a field’s essential new discoveries, including peer-reviewed research, patents, trademarks, clinical trials, and company announcements.
How to sign up
Since NewsRx was founded as a health & medicine newsletter, it’s no surprise that NewsRx’s newsletters and products remain tailored to and enjoyed by medical, health, and biotech professionals.
Sign up for a newsletter of your choice by using this form on NewsRx’s website. Simply check off the “Newsweeklies, Dailies, and Datasets” and type in your desired field where prompted. Before long, you’ll have every top discovery in the world of medicine that matters to you at your fingertips.