Stephane Dion was quite disturbed by how stupid Monctonians were when he spent six months here in the early 1980s.
There must be a few bright Monctonian…
Moncton researchers find biomarker for prostate cancer
Cancer researchers in Moncton have developed a tool they say will eventually identify prostate cancer earlier and more accurately than standard tests.
Dr. Rodney Ouellette, who is part Atlantic Cancer Research Institute, leads a team of scientists that he said has come up with a biomarker — a series of telltale genes that always appear to be active in people with prostate cancer.
It took the scientist three years to whittle down the 20,000 genes in the human genome to find the eight genes that have repeatedly shown up in men with prostate cancer.
And if that ain’t smart enough for ya, check out this.