As a total result, policies designed to forestall epidemics may fail, and could further threaten health also, livelihoods and human privileges. The written book requires a unique approach by concentrating on how different policy-manufacturers, scientists, and regional populations construct choice narratives-accounts of the complexities and suitable responses to outbreaks – about epidemics at the global, local and national level. The contrast between emergency-oriented, top-down responses from what are perceived as possibly global outbreaks and longer-term methods to diseases, such as AIDS, which might be considered endemic now, is usually highlighted. Case studies-on avian influenza, SARS, weight problems, H1N1 influenza, HIV/Helps, tuberculosis, and haemorrhagic fevers-cover a wide historical, biological and geographical range.70 percent of breast cancers are ER-positive Approximately. The research team, led by Professor Geoff Lindeman, Professor Jane Visvader, Dr Fran-ois Vaillant and Dr Delphine Merino from the institute's Breast Tumor Laboratory, said they hoped their results would result in clinical trials of BH3-mimetics for treating ER-positive breast cancers in the next couple of years. Professor Lindeman, who is a medical oncologist at The Royal Melbourne Medical center also, said that BH3-mimetics proved helpful by neutralising a proteins called BCL-2 in cancers cells, making them more susceptible to dying.