.... If this success is continued in subsequent studies, miR-429 could become the catalyst that literally reverses the fate of an ovarian cancer patient.
Since founding her company, Sara Blakely has donated more than $10 million dollars, employs 100+ people, has been on Oprah, was featured in a reality show with Sir Richard Branson, and met former President Nelson Mandela!
How did Sara Blakely reach such success? The story goes like this…
Purdue University researchers have accomplished a major milestone in the engineering of a micro-model for breast cancer research. The slide-size model has been dubbed "breast on-a-chip" for its replication of the branching of the mammary duct system, where most breast cancers occur.
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Loving the simplicity of efficient design, I was naturally drawn to designer Rakel Ojeda's Contact Lens Case. For anyone who has ever worn contact lenses, your acknowledgement of the presentation will probably be as instinctively positive as mine.