Already 20 years ago, the first study on gene therapy for the bleeding disorder hemophilia B was published. Internist-hematologist Prof Dr Frank Leebeek explains what has happened since then. Is gene therapy the cure for the royal disease?
Topic: ACE lectures
Now that it has been shown that lung cancer screening can save lives, it is time for the next question. How should such a screening program be implemented?
Did you know that one in every two diagnosed cancers, is skin cancer? At the Erasmus MC Cancer Institute, a team is working on the best care for skin cancer patients.
What causes obesity, how does it lead to illness, and how does one tailor treatment to a patient’s personal situation? These are questions that the Obesity Center CGG at Erasmus MC is looking to answer.
About 25,000 children and 50,000 adults with a congenital heart defect are living in the Netherlands. A team of experts at the Erasmus MC provides them with specialized care and studies how their care can be improved.
The mission of Dr. Julie Nonnekens and Dr. Laura Mezzanotte is to to directly and non-invasively visualize and quantify structure and function within living cells and organisms. In this lecture they explain how and why they do this.
Fundamental research into aging and aging diseases has taught scientists a lot about how aging works and how this process can be manipulated.