Biotechnology - biotech and pharmaceutical industry.
Other, , Prof. Patrick Dixon
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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
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Global AIDS and HIV statistics. Situation in Africa, Uganda, Russia, India, Ukraine, China. How AIDS is being tackled. HIV seroprevalence rates and HIV prevention. How many people have AIDS? How many with AIDS are alive and how many have died? Numbers of people alive with HIV are relatively stable. Antiviral treatment -- no cure or vaccine yet. Access to treatment, discrimination, gender issues, workplace victimisation, community support. Health care inequalities and injustice. Comment by Dr Patrick Dixon, physician, futurist, author of two books on AIDS, founder of the AIDS agency ACET, leading authority on global trends and conference speaker.
Sep 12, 2018
Excellent course helped me understand topic that i couldn't while attendinfg my college.
March 29, 2019
Great course. Thank you very much.