Friday Five Roundup: From New Medical Research to Viral Videos
1 UCSF School of Dentistry
Research Signals Potential Therapies for Oral, Head and Neck Cancers
As a cancer scientist, Andrei Goga fixates on genes that disrupt the cell cycle and drive tumor growth. Goga, professor in the School of Dentistry’s Department of Cell and Tissue Biology, has investigated for more than 20 years how certain oncogenes signal and alter cells, creating intricate pathways for tumorgenesis. Goga now broadens his studies and co-directs a new School of Dentistry research program in oral, head and neck cancer.
6 Viral Video Marketing Examples That Will Never Get Old
How many of these viral videos do you remember? Here's why they became so popular and how you could use these examples in your business's marketing strategy.
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3 Medical News Today
Dry socket: Symptoms, Risk Factors, and Treatment
No one likes having a tooth extracted. It is often a relief when the whole thing is over. But not for everyone. A condition known as ‘dry socket’ can develop after a tooth extraction. Fortunately, it is temporary and easily treated. Learn more about its causes, symptoms, and treatment in the article.
Seven Content Types That Will Increase Leads and Conversions
You want your customers and potential customers to think of your content less as annoying advertisement and more as valuable, useful, or enjoyable marketing. Consider these seven types of content proven to help you increase leads and optimize conversion rates.
New Dental Materials Developed, With Bioactive Glass Doped With Fluoride, To Stop Degradation of Demineralized Dentin and Evoke Remineralization
Salvatore Sauro, Professor of dental biomaterials and minimally invasive dentistry at CEU Cardenal Herrera University, in Spain, has collaborated with several researchers from on the development of innovative dental biomaterials for the regeneration of dental hard tissues.