Wednesday, 18 April 2007

Eva Vertes looks to the future of medicine

When thinking about cancer, Eva Vertes dares to be different. The Princeton undergrad -- only 19 when she gave this talk -- is asking new, important questions about cancer (could it be caused by the body's own repair system going awry?), using cutting-edge techniques and classic critical thinking to pursue a cure.
In her inspiring talk, she shares her own story of the people in her life who inspired her to devote her life to medicine.

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At 6 July 2007 at 02:12 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's on the right path. Cancer is a survival mechanism instigated by the body in order to survive. Finally, we are seeing it come to fruition with research by people in the medical society! It wasn't until I read "Cancer is not a Disease" by Andreas Moritz that I began to understand what cancer really is... Extremely eye opening!


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