Cancer research biodiversity and the future of medicine (Alexander Kagansky)

Cancer research, biodiversity, and the future of medicine
Molecular biologist

Cancer is still a deadly disease. Sasha Kagansky is trying to understand how cancer cells are different from normal cells on the molecular level, and how they react to natural compounds. How important are natural substances, plants, and mushrooms for the future of medicine?

Find out more from Sasha Kagansky on the importance of biodiversity, ancient traditions, and listen to his personal story.

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