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DNA Day: The DNA at the service of diabetes diagnosis and treatment

from 25-04-2020 to 25-04-2020

From 11.00 am to 12.00 pm Live video on the official facebook page of the Tunis Science City

DNA is the genetic support information of each living creature. It is used in several domains especially when it concerns human beings health. Diabetes is a metabolic disease affecting today more than 400 million people all over the world, representing consequently a serious public health matter. In the era of precision medicine, DNA studies will contribute to a deeper understanding of diabetes and will pave the path to a better diagnosis and personalized therapies for patients.
On the occasion of the World DNA Day, and also to commemorate the creation of the DNA For All Space, which opened officially  on April 25th, 2018, the Tunis Science City will share on Saturday, April 25th, 2020, starting at 11.00 am, a live video conference on its official facebook page under the theme of "DNA at the service of diabetes diagnisis and treatment" which will be presented by Dr. Rym KEFI-BEN ATIG, University Lecturer at Pasteur Institute of Tunis, Head of a team at The Laboratory of Biomedical and Oncogenetics Genomics, responsible for the Service of Genetic Typing and member of several international scientific associations.
Be safe at home and follow the live conference!


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