The Fanconi anemia (FA) pathway, a network of 21 proteins that normally work to repair DNA damage, also plays an important role in ensuring healthy human reproduction, according to a study in Cell Reports.
Eight years after the introduction of the HPV vaccine, it appears to be on its way toward having a significant impact on reducing rates of cervical cancers and pre-cancers.
One of the nation’s top cardiothoracic surgeons will be based in Lexington, KY, but his primary appointment will be at Cincinnati Children’s.
Groundbreaking research into how the immune system works in early newborn development has led Way to be named a Faculty Scholar by The Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Simons Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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