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The Melbourne Salon - Shared screen with speaker view
Kerry Mullan
32:17
https://www.isfar.org.au/themelbournesalon@gmail.comhttps://www.afran.org.au/https://canecev.org/
Kerry Mullan
01:23:58
Please put your questions here in the chat.
Graham Neilson
01:31:28
Fascinating talk! A couple of questions: Why is the second cancer found in the Tasmanian Devils more worrying? And we know that some devils are being kept separate on other islands - is their separation going to increase their chances or survival or are they just as susceptible to the same cancer no matter where they are?
Antoine Dujon
01:32:39
If most multicellular species have cancer do you think the role of cancer in ecosystems is currently underestimated? Is there a whole part of the story we are missing?
Annabelle Pontvianne
01:33:38
Absolutely fascinating talk, thank you!I have two questions :1. Are there epigenetics of cancer?2. Are fertility and vulnerability to cancer inversely related?
Marion Cannac
01:42:28
Hi! Thanks for the nice talk. I have a question: Considering that the immune system has evolved for a long time, likely co-evolving with cancer, whereas the tumours evolve each time from the beginning: how to explain that the immune system still is not quite efficient against cancer?
Annabelle Pontvianne
01:52:35
Thank you very much !
Graham Neilson
01:53:06
Fascinating talk. Thank you so much!!