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See why this UCLA Scientist says “Life In The Lab Is Fun!”

See why this UCLA Scientist says “Life In The Lab Is Fun!”

My name is Emmanuelle Faure-Kumar. I am working at UCLA in the laboratory of Dr. Dimitrios Iliopoulos. He’s the director of the center for systems biomedicine and I’m a scientists. I’m trying to find some tool, genetic tool to study different kind of disease so just cancer, so it can be any kind of cancer, […]

What to Expect: Radiation Therapy 101

For many people, the way in which radiation therapy works to destroy cancer cells is a mystery. Radiation is kind of interesting as a treatment because it’s actually not something you can see. It’s not a tablet, it doesn’t have a color, you can’t smell it, you can’t touch it; so it’s an invisible, if […]

All about Radiation Therapy

All about Radiation Therapy

Radiation Therapy Hi, I’m Michel. Do you want to know about Radiation therapy? I can tell you ALL about it. Our bodies are made up of tiny little things called cells. Cells are so tiny that you can’t see them with your eyes. You have to use a microscope to make them big enough to […]

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 […]

SIGNED, SEALED, RESECTED: Discovering the genetic clues within colorectal cancers.

SIGNED, SEALED, RESECTED: Discovering the genetic clues within colorectal cancers.

Stem cells produce all of the tissues in our bodies. When we are born, specialized stem cells maintain the health of specific tissues. For example, our colon has specialized stem cells that keep our colon healthy by continuously renewing the tissue. They do this in a very elegant way! In this depiction of our colon, […]

Meet Jason Prosek, MD, Ohio State Onco-Nephrologist

Hello I’m Jason Prosek. I am a nephrologist at The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. I chose nephrology because the kidneys are just an amazing chemical chemical factory in charge of all our electrolytes and fluid balance. And as a chemical engineer background it’s a lot of what I studied in my undergraduate years and […]

Gerald Andriole, MD

Gerald Andriole, MD

My practice is devoted to men who either have prostate cancer or who are at high risk to get prostate cancer. Every man in the United States is now really aware of prostate cancer and they’re particularly fearful of prostate cancer because they’ve heard the stories about urinary incontinence and about sexual dysfunction. I know […]

Onco-Nephrology Clinic at Ohio Stat

Onco-Nephrology Clinic at Ohio Stat

We are going to be focusing on the 30 percent of patients who are undergoing cancer treatments who develop kidney dysfunction, electrolyte problems or new hypertension as a result of the malignancy itself or as a result of the treatments that they’re undergoing. The purpose of our clinic is to make sure that any of […]