Tickets are on sale for Heritage of Words, a special reading party that’s part of the Women*s Center’s 50th anniversary. The event is scheduled from 5–8 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, on the Pullman campus.
While exposure to a single substance like DDT has been shown to create inherited disease susceptibility, a recent study in animals found exposure to multiple different toxicants across generations can amplify those health problems.
Researchers have identified a receptor protein known as CHRM1 as a key player in prostate cancer cells’ resistance to docetaxel, a commonly used chemotherapy drug to treat advanced cancer that has spread beyond the prostate.
As we look to further this work, WSU is also proud to celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by reaffirming WSU’s commitment to overcoming division, removing systemic barriers, advancing equity, and combatting hate in all its forms.