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  1. New method promises fewer side effects from cancer drugs

    "In short, it will help produce drugs where we can be far more confident about where modifications are being made, so that side effects can be minimized in the future"

    Fewer Side Effects

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  2. Mystery around a high-risk leukaemia solved

    "These results offer a leap in understanding about this disease that provides a genetically based framework for designing clinical trials to develop more effective treatments of MPAL," 

    High-Risk Leukaemia

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  3. Where data and humanity meet: an algorithm to improve medicine pricing models

    Industry NewsHow two professors imagine a better world for stakeholders in the medical industry. 

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  4. Superlative English-language copywriter sought

    Want to join a dynamic startup and make your work count? Join a dynamic, multicultural and mission-driven social impact startup with real potential.

    SEnior Copywriter

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  5. What happens between availability and approval of medicines?

    TimeUnderstand why approval doesn’t necessarily mean availability and what you can do if a medicine is approved, but not available in your country.

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  6. Frontend Developer, Magento Expert / Full Stack

    We are looking for an outstanding Web Developer to be responsible for the coding, innovative design and layout of our website. 

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  7. CAR T cell approval may offer patients a new form of therapy

    Industry NewsAccording to study investigators, about a third of patients could benefit from this therapy that may offer remissions, relieve symptoms and save lives.

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  8. Breast Cancer: New indicators found to help in prognosis for the most aggressive form

    Researchers report a successful classification of triple breast cancer patients, which for the first time, would allow doctors to discern between those who can be cured and those who might suffer a relapse. 

    Triple Negative Breast Cancer

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  9. Chinese ‘Buyers Club’ shines a light on access delays

    Industry News‘Dying to Survive’ was an unlikely blockbuster, documenting the plight of a leukemia patient who puts himself at risk to import costly cancer drugs for himself and his fellow countrymen.

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  10. Deep brain stimulation leads to increased understanding of Parkinson's disease

    These findings increase our understanding of how the brain is affected by Parkinson's disease...

    Parkinsons' Deep Brain Stimulation

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