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Genetic Engineering and The Future

Although it may not show on the website, in general, 12-16 people attend these meetings.

The presentation will include various topic on how advancements in our understand of bio genetics and in genetic engineering may effect our health, longevity, plus our capacities mentally, physically, and emotionally.

The first 30 minutes will be random bits during which anyone who attends can share with the group anything that they have read or seen during the week that they think might be of interest.  The last 90 minutes will be the formal presentation.  Generally, there will be time for questions during or after the presentation.

From Cancer Genomics to Cancer Drugs (61:36) A new project to discover the Oncogenome – the set of all mutations that cause cancer (140 – 200) - and then the optimal drug cocktail to control all the mutations present in each case Top cancer researcher explains newest discoveries & resulting increasing successes in treatment to audience of brite hi-school kids

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  • rogerr27

    Interesting subject.

    January 18, 2014

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