Craig Mello, 2006 Nobel Prize winner and Professor of Molecular Medicine, during a news conference in Boston, Massachusetts October 2, 2006. Americans Andrew Fire and Mello won the 2006 Nobel prize for medicine for their discovery of how to switch off genes, a potential road to new treatments for diseases from AIDS to blindness and cancer.
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