Scientist Discusses Breast Cancer Research
February 13, 2009, 5:20 PM
Friday morning, a Nobel Prize winning scientist addressed the latest in breast cancer research at Sanford Medical Center.
Dr. Luc Montagnier is internationally known as the scientist who discovered the AIDS virus, and Friday, he spoke in a panel about his new breakthrough research.
Dr. Montagnier has made significant discoveries concerning the understanding of how viruses can alter a person's genetic information. He has devoted his career to the study of viruses that attack the body's defense systems. He shared his insights into the current trends in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer.
“This morning I spoke on the possibility of working on breast cancer because this comes back to my work on breast cancer on which I'd like to find a virus,” Dr. Montagnier said.
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