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Ayesha N. Zia, MD ASH News Daily Editor-in-Chief The Hebrew word for it is hrh. The Hindus speak of prabodhan. In Chinese, it’s qishi. The teachings of Buddhism discuss bodhi … keihatsu in Japanese. The French use eclaircissement. In my native language, Urdu, it...

Mission (Im)Possible

By Binod Dhakal, MD, MS The year 1982 heralds the discovery of the first mutated genes to be identified in cancer, RAS. The three RAS genes — KRAS, NRAS, and HRAS — still constitute the most frequently mutated oncogene family in human cancers. However, despite more...

Oh, How Far We’ve Come!

By Janice Staber, MD Since I was little, I’ve been surrounded by scientific intrigue. One of my first memories of the idea of moving genetic material into a person was from my early high school days. When discussing gene transfer, a classmate asked, “So, we could make...