Rock Doc column: Correcting errors in the language of life
“There are regions in DNA that, if they get damaged and are not repaired quickly, cause more problems than other regions.” Diseases like leukemia, breast cancer and colon cancer can result from faulty repairs. More rare maladies like Cockayne Syndrome ...
WSU News - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 09:43

Correcting Errors In The Language Of Life
My word processor is set up to deal with the errors I make when writing. The programmers who wrote the computer program knew I'd screw things up, so they built in corrective functions like spellcheck and the ability to simply backspace to delete typos.
Western Queens Gazette - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 08:11

Wirral mum on shortlist for prestigious national award
The mum-of-four has worked tirelessly to get a diagnosis for daughter Amy, now 23, who was diagnosed with Cockayne Syndrome (CS), 10 years ago. The Globe reported in 2006 that Amy's debilitating condition was so rare doctors in the UK were unable to ...
Wirral Globe - Thu, 23 Oct 2014 05:35


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