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Genomics 07 – Prof. Italiano | On ctDNA analysis in cancer

We use liquid biopsies particularly for patient without available tumour material, so this is very useful. And I think that probably in the next few years sequencing of ctDNA will replace sequencing of tumour tissue. But, still, this is only one piece of the personalised cancer care because, again, I’m convinced that personalisation of care […]

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Fortune Tellers, Cards and Genetics: Edvīns Miklaševičs at TEDxRiga

Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Denise RQ Hello. Actually I wondered why I am speaking now and not in ‘Science for Life.’ Probably a lot of people still do not consider genetics a science, but rather something of a witchcraft, with some kind of a fashionable flavour, performed by not always very honest guys. And that […]

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Is Cancer a Genetic Disease? The True Origin of Cancer – Dr. Thomas Seyfried, PhD

Charlene Bollinger: Do you know the true origin of cancer? Is cancer really a genetic disease? Watch this video with Dr. Thomas Seyfried as he talks about the compelling evidence AGAINST the gene theory of cancer — even though modern medicine is still studying gene mutations and genetic problems with this disease. Ty Bollinger: Dr. […]

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Progress Review on Cancer & Genomics (Part 8 of 10)

(Summer Lee Cox) In the Oregon Genetics Program we strive to improve the health of all Oregonians and their families. We support evidence-based use of genetic and genomic applications and our mission is to promote the health, well-being, and quality of life for our population using genomic interventions and the public health model. Next slide, […]

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Progress Review on Cancer & Genomics (Part 7 of 10)

(Carolyn Clancy) So,just a little bit of background on AHRQ and what our role is in helping to advance these objectives. Our mission is to improve the quality, safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of health care for all Americans and we do that by supporting research that helps people make more informed decisions, for example, about […]

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Genetics and microbiome affect individualized responses to a variety of foods | Elissa Epel

– [Rhonda]: There is definitely a very personalized response to a variety of different foods. There was this study, I think the Weizmann Institute, I forgot his name but senior author on it. But this was published a couple years ago in cell metabolism where he took 800 people and he put a continuous glucose […]

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