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Cancer is not a Death Sentence

Cancer is not something that happens overnight. It takes literally years to feed a potential cancer. Two to three decades are not unusual from the time a single cell got mutated, to the time a tumor appears. 234 more words


CDC veteran: If Ebola mutates again and goes airborne "we’re back in the Middle Ages"

Kurt Wallace: This is Kurt Wallace, and our guest today on Rare is David Newberry. He served 25 years with CDC’s infectious disease unit to help eradicate smallpox, initiated President Carter’s guinea worm eradication project in Ghana, and served as a consultant with both Johns Hopkins University’s Department of International Health and with the U.S. 2,007 more words

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Be Afraid: Leading U.S. scientist warns deadly virus is already changing to become more contagious

Source: MailOnline, by Jennifer Newton, October 2014

The deadly Ebola virus could be mutating to become even more contagious, a leading U.S scientist has warned. 240 more words


Mahogany and Peachy

Shortly: There are about 3 important genes coding for skin color and we get one of each of those three genes from each of our parents. 305 more words