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From left, Hsuan-Ting (Emily) Huang, Ph.D., Maria Figueroa, M.D., first author Emmalee Adelman, Ph.D., and Alejandro Roisman, Ph.D., in front of the whiteboard on which they brainstormed the research project.

Epigenetic Changes May Explain How Aging Increases Blood Cancer Risks

It is widely known that aging is the single biggest non-modifiable risk factor for cancer. Now, a new study conducted by researchers at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine sheds new light on the factors associated with cellular aging and cancer risk.

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An Unusual Mutation Type Explains the Nature of Late Life Balance Problem

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Vitamin C Makes this Emerging Breast Cancer Therapy Safer, More Effective

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An Unusual Mutation Type Explains the Nature of Late-Life Balance Problems

Thanks to researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and their colleagues in the UK, it is now known that some cases of late-onset ataxia, called CANVAS syndrome, are caused by a particular genetic mutation.

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Master of Science in Genomic Medicine Capstone Poster Symposium 2019

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