Blog Archives

Prothèses mammaires PIP: la condamnation à 4 ans de prison ferme de Jean-Claude Mas confirmée

02 mai 2016 – Ces nouvelles sont de peu de confort pour les femmes qui souffrent les produits fraudulentes de ce fabricant, ou qui ont souffert. Après tout, la cause de cette souffrance ne peut se débarasser en toute impunité. Comme je l’ai dit, une petite consolation seulement. 

Read more ›

Tags : , , , , , ,

thasso: conditions

thasso: tweets

thasso poste: magasin

View my Flipboard Magazine.

thasso: catégories

thasso: archives

thasso: chat simple

Vous devez être un utilisateur inscrit pour participer à ce tchat.

  • How much sunshine causes melanoma? It's in your genes novembre 21, 2019
    Australian researchers from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute have shown that 22 different genes help to determine how much sun exposure a person needs to receive before developing melanoma.
  • You can test your embryos for genetic defects, but designer babies aren't here just yet novembre 21, 2019
    Designer baby, anyone? A New Jersey startup company, Genomic Prediction, might be able to help you.
  • Researchers identify a molecular mechanism involved in Huntington's disease novembre 21, 2019
    Researchers from the Institute of Neurosciences of the University of Barcelona (UBNeuro) and the August Pi i Sunyer Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS) described a mechanism, the increase of proteinaceous synthesis, which takes part in the degeneration of the type of neurons that are affected in Huntington's disease, a genetic neurodegenerative disease. These results, published in […]
  • New Alzheimer risk gene discovered novembre 21, 2019
    A new paper in the Journal of Neuropathology & Experimental Neurology finds a gene that may help explain a large part of the genetic risk for developing Alzheimer disease.
  • Team publishes findings on TAF1 syndrome novembre 21, 2019
    An international, multidisciplinary research team from more than 50 institutions, led by geneticist and psychiatrist Gholson Lyon, MD, Ph.D., of the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities' (OPWDD) Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities (IBR), today announced publication of findings from its study of the rare disease TAF1 syndrome.
Top