Dr. Sylvie Breton is a biophysicist with a passion for discovery. Her work has the potential to change medicine--she has found a method of diagnosing and treating acute kidney injury, which is often called the "silent killer" for its lack of symptoms.
In this episode of the Charged podcast, Dr. Breton talks about her passion for research and how the thrill of each discovery drives her onto the next. https://mgh.to/2sFHZMf
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