WATCH our New Paget's Research DOCUMENTARY below
Specially produced for Paget's Awareness Day, this exciting Research documentary below explores what medieval bones and teeth can tell us about Paget's disease.
Could ancient skeletons change the history of disease?
Focusing on the multi-disciplinary Paget’s research at Norton Priory in Runcorn, Cheshire, which has already attracted international interest, this new research documentary details exciting research into medieval skeletons. Could this change the way conditions, including Paget’s disease, can be traced through history and therefore open opportunities to change the way we research diseases in the future?
If you are interested in looking at the original research paper it can be assessed at the PNAS website
You Made a Difference…
We want to thank the researchers involved in making the video above. This was part of our endeavour on International Paget's Awareness Day, 11th January 2020, to create a day of activity dedicated to raising awareness of Paget’s disease. We would like to thank all those who got involved.
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