Marc Fiume, one of our DNA Day experts, answers the question, “How would precision medicine improve upon existing treatments of diseases such as cancer?”

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Dr. Arun Tiwari, one of our DNA day experts, answers the question, “Can pharmacogenomics make a drug work faster?”

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Spencer Turbitt spoke at Mohawk College in Hamilton about his work as an entrepreneur. His company, iApotheca Healthcare Inc., is helping to streamline pharmacy operations.

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Like bacteria, cancer cells can develop resistance to drugs. Any cancer cells are left alive after chemotherapy could multiply and form a drug-resistant tumour.

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Science and business go hand in hand in many companies, like Amgen Canada, a biotechnology company.  Leann Sweeney started out in genetics in university and discovered the business side of science and switched the focused her career.

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Can you tailor a medication like penicillin so that a person is no longer allergic to it?

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In my position as the CEO, I am responsible for our overall strategy in each sector of our company. I spend a lot of my time meeting new people in the healthcare industry and attending events that are held for pharmacy owners in order to introduce them to our software.

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Placebos come in many forms, including sugar pills, salt water injections, and sham surgeries. And they can have a surprisingly strong effect.

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Over 25 000 000 people world wide take amphetamine, the main ingredient in ADHD drugs, such as Adderall and Ritalin. Find out how it works in this video from the American Chemical Society.

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In my project, which was completed under the supervision of Dr. Ratmir Derda and Wadim Matochko, I cultured breast cancer cells in peptide-containing paper and studied the development of drug resistance in cells adhered to those peptides.

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