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Cancer is not always a Death Sentence
Cancer has long been associated with fear, uncertainty, and impending doom. However, it is essential to dispel the myth that cancer is always a death sentence.
From Rookies to Leaders: The Rising Power of Small Pharma in Drug Development
In fact, small pharma companies are driving innovation, accounting for 63% of all new prescription drug approvals over the past five years .
Young and healthy? Stroke can still affect you
Although stroke risk increases with age, young people, including infants, children, and adolescents, are not immune to strokes.
The Genomic Gap: The World's 'Missing' Genomes
Scientists have made great progress in understanding the human genome, but most of the planet's genetic information is still unknown
Can polygenic scores predict human intelligence?
While concerns about genetic discrimination and eugenics have been raised, recent advancements in the technology and methodology of polygenic scores have shown promising results in predicting intelligence.
Genes and Geniuses: Long-standing Controversy
Geniuses are often thought of as being naturally gifted with an innate intelligence that is passed down through their genes. However, recent research has challenged this belief.
Can AI replace doctors?
As AI continues to expand, many are excited about its potential applications. One question that arises is whether AI could eventually replace doctors in healthcare.
Nature vs. Nurture: Does depression run in your genes?
Mental health affects people differently. One debated topic is how nature vs. nurture affects mental illness development.
Is Precision Medicine really just for the wealthy?
A common misconception remains that precision medicine is only for the wealthy. While it is true that genetic testing can be expensive, the cost has decreased significantly in recent years, making it more accessible to a wider range of patients
Truth or Myth: Cancer Is Partly Caused By Bad Luck
The rise in pediatric cancer has brought up debates on whether or not lifestyle and environmental factors are the dominant causes of cancer.
Your medicine might not be the right fit for you
Why One Size Fits All is No Longer Enough? Precision medicine recognizes that each of us is unique and requires personalized treatment and prevention. This new approach to healthcare is changing the way we treat and prevent diseases.
Gene decoding is no longer a luxury
The cost of sequencing one human genome used to be $100 million. Today, it is $600. Advancements in technology have significantly reduced the cost of gene decoding, making it more accessible to researchers, medical professionals, and even the general public.