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The Tiny Fish That’s Changing Modern Medicine [Science Video]

In this fantastic video from The SciShow, host Michael Aranda tells us all about the Zebra Fish, a small fish that helps scientist better understand how diseases can develop in human beings. The little fish Danio rerio holds secrets to understanding how vertebrates develop, how diseases like cancer work, and how we might one day […] The post The Tiny Fish That’s Changing Modern Medicine [Science Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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