The Dangoor Centre For Personalized Medicine

Familial Kaposi’s sarcoma and genetic whole exome analysis Background: Kaposi’s sarcoma (KS) is a rare malignancy most commonly appearing in HIV carriers. In addition to HIV carriers, there are rare families with genetic predisposition for KS, some are Jewish descent from Morocco. Professor Moshe Schaffer identified a few such families in his service as oncologist…

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The first grant of the Dangoor Center for Personalized Medicine has been awarded to a project using innovative epigenetic methods in order to enhance diagnosis and treatment of patients with acute coronary disease. Cardiovascular diseases are defined by the patient’s loss of flexibility in his or her blood vessels or his or her obstructed and…

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