32 New Fields of Genetic Variation Linked to Breast Cancer Appeared

Analysis of data from more than 100 studies, including 266,000 women, revealed 32 previously undiscovered areas in the genome where DNA variation appears to affect women’s risk of developing breast cancer. The multinational research has used information gathered by the UK-based Breast Cancer Society Consortium over the past 15 years. …

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I Don’t Trust A Recently Released Vaccine

The US scientist said on Wednesday that governments should not rely on a recent successful vaccine against COVID-19 when deciding whether to mitigate the restrictions imposed to contain the epidemic. William Haseltine, a groundbreaking researcher of cancer, HIV / AIDS, and human genome projects, said the best approach is to …

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Epidemiology: 10 Key Scientists in Our Understanding of Disease

Epidemiology: Salgathe branch of medicine that deals with the diseases of humans. Throughout history, these great minds have figured out disease mechanisms. 1- Girolamo fracastoro (1476-1553) Fracastoro was an Italian physician, poet, and natural philosopher. He named this disease, which was called “syphilis” at that time, to one of his …

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