Research published this week in Genome Medicine suggests that aristolochic acid, a compound present in herbal remedies, may contribute to bladder cancer… Read more »
Steve Rozen earned a PhD in computer science from New York University and worked at Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research on the genetics of human and mammalian Y chromosomes. Since 2008, he has studied cancer genomics at Duke-National University of Singapore Medical School, where he directs the Duke-NUS Centre for Computational Biology and is a professor in the Cancer and Stem Cell Biology Research Program.
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- DNA-damaging herbs suggest opportunities for cancer prevention - 30th April 2015