Hematology and Immunology both involve studies of the immune system. So what’s the difference between these two fields? In this article, we’ll describe some of these key differences. Let’s start
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Cancer Immunology, also known as immuno-oncology, is the study of how the immune system interacts with the tumour microenvironment. This presentation describes how viruses can trigger an immune response, and
Cardiovascular disease is a group of diseases that involve the blood vessels or the heart. Most common forms of this disease are coronary artery disease and stroke. Myocardial infarction, a
This microbiology and epidemiology lecture discusses how some microorganisms can cause infectious disease, as well as precautions to contain disease outbreaks in early stages. Presented live for a microbiology class
Cancer biology, also known as oncology, involves the study of tumours with potential to become malignant growths. This is essentially a group of diseases with anomalous cell development and the
Diabetes is a disease that occurs in the presence of sustained levels of high blood sugar. Diabetes mellitus has two main causes. Either the pancreas is not producing sufficient insulin