Archive: 10/05/2011

RNA spurs melanoma development

Traditionally, RNA was mostly known as the messenger molecule that carries protein-making instructions from a cell's nucleus to the cytoplasm. But scientists now estimate that approximately 97 percent of human RNA doesn't ...

5 Questions: Dean Pizzo on doctor-patient communication

For all the technological advances that enable today’s physicians to get a better view of what’s going on inside their patients, many neglect one key source of insight — direct and engaged conversation. Philip ...

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