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Karen Mackenzie discovers how DNA damage triggers natural responses to disease

Press/Media: Research

Period26 Jul 2017 → 2 Aug 2017

References

TitleStudy sheds light on early cancer signs
Media name/outletThe Edinburgh Evening News
Duration/Length/Size5
Date of coverage26/07/17
TitleScots study finds early-warning system for cancer
Media name/outletThe National
Duration/Length/Size13
Date of coverage28/07/17
TitleNew therapies may come from discovery how body protects itself from cancer
Media name/outletGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (USA)
Date of coverage27/07/17
TitleNew insights into how cell damage their DNA could explain how body keeps cancer in check
Media name/outletPhysician's Weekly (USA)
Date of coverage27/07/17
TitleScientists discovers how body detects early signs of cancer
Media name/outletUPI (USA)
Date of coverage26/07/17
TitleNew studies suggest that cells detect their DNA damage mechanisms
Media name/outletChina Biotechnology Information Network (China)
Date of coverage28/07/17
TitleThe new study reveals that cells detect their own DNA damage mechanisms
Media name/outletXinhua News Agency (China)
Date of coverage29/07/17
TitleNew research reveals that cells detect their own DNA damage mechanisms
Media name/outletGood to buy (China)
Date of coverage29/07/17
TitleUna nueva investigacion revela como el cuerpo puede detectar los primeros signos de cancer
Media name/outletEuropa Press (Spain)
Date of coverage28/07/17
TitleScientists explain how the body detects early signs of canger
Media name/outletNoticias 24/7 (Puerto Rico)
Date of coverage2/08/17

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