Biotechnology - biotech and pharmaceutical industry.

Other Course , Prof. Patrick Dixon

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Contents:
Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry - keynote conference speaker on health trends-Student life expectancy and future ageing research - Future of genetic engineering - by Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon. Genetic mutations and genetic disorders - Gene science by conference keynote speaker - Human brain: fuse with computer chips biodigital brain - How can we feed the world? FUTURIST Q&A with Patrick Dixon - Could human race become extinct? Risk mutant virus - Gene Tests for Insurance - Ethical and Legal Issues - Ageing: How to stop getting old: Impact on Society-Biofuels: run buses on old cooking oil - Stagecoach - AIDS Update - Vaccines and Treatments - Health Predictions - Genetic Secrets - Risk of Illness - Cure for diabetes - Future of the pharmaceutical industry - keynote conference speaker - Cure for rheumatoid arthritis - Innovation - Staying Young - anti ageing research - Parkinsons disease research latest - viruses and stem - ce-Truth about AIDS - facts about HIV - virus spread globally

Future Health Care Trends - hospitals, clinics, treatments, cures, cancer and aging, medical issues, life expectancy - conference keynote speaker - Can we stop getting old - reverse ageing? New aging research into living longer, disease prevention, quality of life, healthy lifestyles, longevity - conference keynote speaker Dr Patrick Dixon - Human cloning - part two - why investors don't like cloning - Human cloning - part one - who is doing human cloning. Future of human cloning and why few clones have been made for medical research. Reasons / arguments for and against human cloning. Cloning animals and biotechnology - Future of genetic engineering - by Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon. Genetic mutations and genetic disorders. Gene science by conference keynote speaker - Stop getting old - reverse aging? New research into ageing process as a disease with potential for treatment. Anti - aging therapies and future health care. Conference keynote speaker Dr Patrick Dixon

Lecture 17: Parkinsons disease research latest - viruses and stem ce

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        httpwww.globalchange.com Parkinsons disease research using new treatment - genetically modified viruses (gene therapy) to stimulate GABA production rather than DOPA (dopamine). Improvement in uncontrolled movements in Parkinsons disease - and also lockup, stiffness and other symptoms. Comment by Dr Patrick Dixon, physician and Futurist, author of The Genetic Revolution and Futurewise, and health trends authority.

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