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Dr. Elias Zerhouni, Director of The National Institutes of Health talks about preventive vs preemptive medicine and the genetic and environmental factors of disease.
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The National Institutes of Health is launching an initiative to determine whether sequencing an infant's DNA can improve on well-established state-run programs to screen newborns for potential life-threatening. Ron Winslow reports on the News Hub.
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By manipulating a single gene, scientists at the National Institutes of Health said they increased the average life span of mice by about 20%, a feat that in human terms is akin to extending life to about 90 years from 75. Ron Winslow reports.
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The National Institutes of Health reached an unprecedented agreement to protect the privacy of the family of a woman whose cancer cells have been used as a basis for thousands of medical studies, Ron Winslow reports on The News Hub.
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The National Institutes of Health has announced that it will retire most of chimpanzees used for research.
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The National Institutes of Health has announced how it plans to implement president Obama's sequestration order.
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In Chapter 18 of 18 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, Neuroscience Institute Executive Director Stacie Grossman Bloom notes the push toward promoting STEM - science, technology, engineering, and math - careers. She also notes the need for role models. She then...
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