Less than seven per cent of Ontario women with the most common type of ovarian cancer were seen for genetics consultation within two years of diagnosis, despite its high potential for life-saving benefits, a new cohort study has shown.
On March 28, London Health Research Day (LHRD) will showcase hundreds of poster and platform presentations from top graduate trainees and postdoctoral scholars from Lawson Health Research Institute and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
Guest registration is required for the lunchtime keynote speaker at 11:45 a.m. and the networking and awards reception at 5:30 p.m.
This image shows fluorescently labelled human rotator cuff cells infected with P acnes. The P acnes bacteria are detected with a specific monoclonal antibody, and are red in this image. The rotator cuff cells have their nuclei stained with DAPI, which fluoresces blue, and the cytoplasm of the cells are detected with an antibody to actin filaments and fluoresce green. This image was prepared by Mr. Boyang Qiu, an undergraduate student in Dr. David O’Gorman’s laboratory.