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The Intercellular Genetic Language Is Our First Language

Professor of Clinical Genomics and Personalized Medicine Alireza Fazeli looks into communication between cells from pregnancy to cancer. Continue reading

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A Discovery Puts the Brakes on a Cancer-Inducing Virus

A freshly defended PhD thesis outlines novel inhibitors of the cancer-inducing human papillomavirus. Continue reading

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Estonians Don’t Get Enough Vitamin D

Even at the end of the summer season, one third of Estonians have too little vitamin D in their bodies. According to the doctoral thesis which Mart Kull defended at the University of Tartu’s Faculty of Medicine, this is most severe during the winter, when 73% of the Estonian population has less vitamin D than required and 8% suffers from complete vitamin deficiency. Continue reading

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