Supporting Science

10/24/2018 by Campion Fund
A while ago I had a vivid technicolor dream. In this dream I was walking up a steep, narrow cobblestone street. The walk was hard but I kept at it as I was looking for something important. My feelings were pleasant and happy ones. In my dream I stopped at...
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Sarah England, New Scientific Board Member

08/11/2018 by Campion Fund
Sarah England, PhD has been appointed to the Campion Fund Scientific Advisory Board.   She is Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Alan A and Edith L. Wolff Professor of Medicine at  Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.  She is also the Associate Director of the university’s Center...
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Why the Y? Why is it important?

07/11/2018 by Campion Fund
  The Y chromosome emerged at least 180 million years ago, some say 300 million years ago.  It evolved in a slow-step-wise fashion from autosomes along with the X. Over eons the Y chromosome became smaller than the X, a process that became known as Y degeneration. During its evolution...
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