Advancing Genomic Science, By Omar Boraie

Omar Boraie is a scientist greatly knowledgeable in chemistry related works. Born of Egyptian origin, Omar Boraie is a man who loves creating beautiful things where none existed. Having done exploits in his years of service, he feels that it is time to help nurture young scientists to reach where he is today. He is a large believer in New Brunswick, commonly referred to as the ‘Healthcare City’ that was constructed to be a research and education station for passionate scientists who want to find a lasting cure for cancer.

To provide motivation to students enrolled at New Brunswick, a golden chair named after Omar Boraie has been established to act as the highest education accolade that one can achieve as a scientist due to exemplary work. In addition to this, Omar Boraie has pledged a support fund of one point five million dollars, money that can be used to boost scientific research on genomic studies. In an article published through NewsWise, Omar Boraie has been at the forefront in the fight against cancer.

Also, there are eighteen other golden chairs in this institute with a price tag of three million dollars each. It is through the funding of these chairs that donors can get to support efforts by New Brunswick. Presently, there is new tactic being used to fight cancer. Previously, doctors used to target body cells that have been affected by tumors. However, scientists today are devising a methodology that can be used to fight cancer at the genetic level; a concept referred to as precision medicine.

To date, Rutgers Cancer Institute ( remains to be the first institution in America to use precision medicine. It is through precision medicine that people suffering from rare types of malignant have gotten treated. There is significant progress at the Rutgers University Cancer Institute especially for cancers that have reached the advanced stage. With such development, people who have cancer might no longer die.

It is through the financial assistance of people like Omar Boraie that research on cancer has been intensified. For instance, scientists at Rutgers Cancer Institute have discovered that cancer is a collective disease, having resulted from more than one complication. With such a discovery, these scientists will be able to come up with cures that destroy cancerous cells at the genetic level. It is only in this manner that human lives will be saved.