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Both men shared similarities as moral leaders and activists of their generation.
Implications for various other diseases, such as vascular restenosis (blood vessel narrowing) and chronic kidney disease.
Medical Ethics in the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Nazi Doctors, Racial Hygiene, Murder and Genocide
Jan. 20 lecture given by Michael Grodin, MD, is open to students, faculty and staff.
Exposure to certain household air pollutants may cause some of the same molecular changes as smoking cigarettes.
May lead to better understanding of disease, early diagnosis and therapeutic development.
How would you explain, “What is sound?” to an 11-year-old? Scientists, physicians and medical students are encouraged to participate in the 2016 Flame Challenge, It offers a $1,000 cash prize for those who can explain complex science in a way that will awaken the interest of thousands of 11-year-olds.
The four time New York Times best-selling author was the featured speaker at BUSM’s Department of Medicine’s Grand Rounds.
Epigenetic Regulation of Metastatic Breast Cancer Progression Could Guide Prognosis and Future Therapies
Researchers identified a gene called serum deprivation response (SDPR) and the mechanisms by which this gene is down-regulated, or silenced, in breast cancer cells promoting tumor spread.