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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Risk and medical science development Every time I receive a new protocol for a novel drug trial, my team and I spend hours reading and fearning about the past experiments and results from prior trials for that drug. Our role is to assess the most important factor of whether we will undertake the project: are the benefits from the trial higher for our patients than the risk they will be exposed to. We can never be sure that the affirmative answer today, will remain affirmative several weeks or months from now. So, we re-assess our question many times. Only then, we may be secure to continue our studies. Over a hundred years ago, a great scientist and extraordinary person was born in Warsaw, Poland. Marie Sklodowska- Curie was not only a brilliant physicist and chemist; she was also an exceptionally hard- work continued long after her death and working individual who wanted to change ultimately, contributed to developing of the world. She did. At a young age of 24, the atomic bomb, also the one that killed she moved her projects from the University thousands in Hiroshima. And going further, in Warsaw to Paris. Continuing her studies with her future husband, Pierre Curie, and his colleagues from the University of Paris, she developed a brand-new theory of Union, that contributed to the largest ever how radiation can help medical science in treating cancer and obtaining x-rays. Her development of x-ray machines contributed in treatment of soldiers in the 1st world war. particular set of events that changed the Sklodowska-Curie was the first woman to receive a Nobel prize for her achieements, time, due to human error or lack of data, first with her husband Pierre, and later by they changed the world in the most tragic herself, for discovery of two new elements, radium and polonium. She was also the first bread of all scientists. Doctors-scientists ever woman to be offered a position of a professor at the University of Paris. Why am I spending time telling you about this outstanding scientist? Certainly, is not worth any small benefits. And errors she contributed to chemistry, physics, are easy to make if scientists are pressured and medical sciences development at the greatest possible deal. Without her discoveries and experiments, the world would have waited much longer for the cutting edges. For our own safety. progress she made. At the same time, her experiments carried a tremendous risk, risk that continued for years and killed excellent movie "Radioactive. The concepts many patients due to overexposure to of benefit and risk have universal values, in radiation, whose danger was not assessed early 1900 and now. at that time. Sklodowska-Curie spent years on experiments with uranium, which she was very successful at. Her knowledge and the same scientific developments were used in creating atomic energy centers, with the most known Chernobyl in the old Soviet atomic accident and human tragedy in the 1980s. Of course, I am showing you the very world in a positive way but, at the same way. Beneit and risk in science are the daily assess that benefit and risk on human health and life. There is no place for an error there. Their errors may mean the level of risk that to meet deadlines and goals. They are easy to make if studies and experiments skip their logical sequences. It is very simple. No I encourage you to explore Sklodowska- Curie biography. You may also watch an Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Risk and medical science development Every time I receive a new protocol for a novel drug trial, my team and I spend hours reading and fearning about the past experiments and results from prior trials for that drug. Our role is to assess the most important factor of whether we will undertake the project: are the benefits from the trial higher for our patients than the risk they will be exposed to. We can never be sure that the affirmative answer today, will remain affirmative several weeks or months from now. So, we re-assess our question many times. Only then, we may be secure to continue our studies. Over a hundred years ago, a great scientist and extraordinary person was born in Warsaw, Poland. Marie Sklodowska- Curie was not only a brilliant physicist and chemist; she was also an exceptionally hard- work continued long after her death and working individual who wanted to change ultimately, contributed to developing of the world. She did. At a young age of 24, the atomic bomb, also the one that killed she moved her projects from the University thousands in Hiroshima. And going further, in Warsaw to Paris. Continuing her studies with her future husband, Pierre Curie, and his colleagues from the University of Paris, she developed a brand-new theory of Union, that contributed to the largest ever how radiation can help medical science in treating cancer and obtaining x-rays. Her development of x-ray machines contributed in treatment of soldiers in the 1st world war. particular set of events that changed the Sklodowska-Curie was the first woman to receive a Nobel prize for her achieements, time, due to human error or lack of data, first with her husband Pierre, and later by they changed the world in the most tragic herself, for discovery of two new elements, radium and polonium. She was also the first bread of all scientists. Doctors-scientists ever woman to be offered a position of a professor at the University of Paris. Why am I spending time telling you about this outstanding scientist? Certainly, is not worth any small benefits. And errors she contributed to chemistry, physics, are easy to make if scientists are pressured and medical sciences development at the greatest possible deal. Without her discoveries and experiments, the world would have waited much longer for the cutting edges. For our own safety. progress she made. At the same time, her experiments carried a tremendous risk, risk that continued for years and killed excellent movie "Radioactive. The concepts many patients due to overexposure to of benefit and risk have universal values, in radiation, whose danger was not assessed early 1900 and now. at that time. Sklodowska-Curie spent years on experiments with uranium, which she was very successful at. Her knowledge and the same scientific developments were used in creating atomic energy centers, with the most known Chernobyl in the old Soviet atomic accident and human tragedy in the 1980s. Of course, I am showing you the very world in a positive way but, at the same way. Beneit and risk in science are the daily assess that benefit and risk on human health and life. There is no place for an error there. Their errors may mean the level of risk that to meet deadlines and goals. They are easy to make if studies and experiments skip their logical sequences. It is very simple. No I encourage you to explore Sklodowska- Curie biography. You may also watch an Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net