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Rate of Cancer in Teens, Young Adults Increased From 1973 to 2015

The Pharma Data

2, 2020 — In adolescents and young adults (AYAs), cancer has a unique epidemiological pattern and is a growing concern, with an increased rate of cancer from 1973 to 2015, according to a study published online Dec. The study included 497,452 AYAs diagnosed with cancer from 1973 to 2015. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 1 in JAMA Network Open.

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Happy New Year … and a Look Back at a Memorable 2015

NIH Director's Blog: Drug Development

But before diving into our first “new science” post of 2016, let’s take a quick look back at 2015 and some of its remarkable accomplishments. Four of 2015’s Top 10 featured developments directly benefited from NIH support—including Science’s “Breakthrough of the Year,” the CRISPR/Cas9 gene-editing technique. Protein Cell.

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Novartis, Pfizer, Otsuka and Novo breach the ABPI Code

Drug Discovery World

Otsuka’s reproof related to a previous 2015 case, as it reportedly failed to disclose relevant information, and because interviewees had not been given the opportunity to agree and sign the witness statements produced as a record of their interviews and submitted to the PMCPA.

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Drug Discovery World

2019 Archive 2018 Archive 2017 Archive 2016 Archive 2015 Archive 2014 Archive 2013 Archive 2012 Archive 2011 Archive 2010 Archive 2009 Archive 2008 Archive 2007 Archive 2006 Archive 2005 Archive 2004 Archive 2003 Archive 2002 Archive 2001 Archive 2000 Archive The post Archive appeared first on Drug Discovery World (DDW).

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Melting of Alaskan glaciers accelerating faster than previously thought

Science Daily: Pharmacology News

In particular, they found that icefield-wide, rates of glacier area shrinkage were five times faster from 2015-2019 relative to 1948-1979. The team looked at records going back to 1770 and identified three distinct periods in how icefield volume changed.

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'Better than graphene' material development may improve implantable technology

Science Daily: Pharmacology News

Borophene, the atomically thin version of boron first synthesized in 2015, is more conductive, thinner, lighter, stronger and more flexible than graphene, the 2D version of carbon. Move over, graphene. There's a new, improved two-dimensional material in the lab.

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Broad Institute

TBD By lcopelan@broadinstitute.org August 31, 2023 Yuhan Hao Neptune Bio Related Resources [link] MIA About Current Schedule Video Playlist Resources All talks Contact us MIA Talks Search - Any - Spring 2023 Fall 2022 Spring 2022 Fall 2021 Spring 2021 Fall 2020 Spring 2020 Fall 2019 Spring 2019 Fall 2018 Spring 2018 Fall 2017 Spring 2017 Fall 2016 (..)

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