Born 18 Dec 1939.
An American virologist who shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with J. Michael Bishop in 1989 and conducted research on the development of cancer found that oncogenes (oncogenes) could arise from normal cellular genes, so-called proto-oncogenes. Showed that there is sex. Oncogenes are normal genes that control the growth of living cells, but under certain conditions they can be rogue and cancerous. They believed that cancer cell growth was not the result of extracellular invasion, but the result of normal gene abuse by retroviruses as a result of exposure to exacerbating carcinogens such as radiation and smoke. rice field. Her work in the mid-1970s has made great strides in understanding, diagnosing, and treating a wide variety of cancers. Daniel Magia