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Nature.com interviews Jeffery Pollard, Ph.D., about a new study that links a common gut bacterium, e. coli, to cancer in mice. While further research is needed to determine how the bacteria causes cancer, Dr. Pollard notes the findings suggest a new cancer prevention strategy by changing or eliminating specific cancer-causing microbes through the use of antibiotics or even certain foods. Dr. Pollard is professor of developmental & molecular biology and the Louis Goldstein Swan Chair in Women's Cancer Research at Einstein and deputy director of Albert Einstein Cancer Center.

(Friday, August 17, 2012)

 

WABC-TV interviews Jeffrey Pollard, Ph.D., about his research on how macrophages, immune system cells that normally protect against disease, actually help the spread of breast cancer. Dr. Pollard is professor of developmental & molecular biology and the Louis Goldstein Swan Chair in Women's Cancer Research at Einstein and deputy director of Albert Einstein Cancer Center. (Dr. Pollard's interview begins in the 5th minute) (Monday, October 03, 2011)

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NY1 interviews Jeffrey Pollard, Ph.D., and Sal Coniglio, Ph.D., about their research into how macrophages, immune system cells whose functions include fighting infections, could be used to treat breast cancer and glioblastoma, one of the most life-threatening forms of brain cancer. Dr. Pollard is professor of developmental & molecular biology and the Louis Goldstein Swan Chair in Women's Cancer Research at Einstein and deputy director of Albert Einstein Cancer Center. Dr. Coniglio is a post-doctoral fellow. (Monday, September 26, 2011)

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