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Research uncovers how HIV develops resistance to key drugs

The mechanism behind how HIV can develop resistance to a widely-prescribed group of drugs has been uncovered by new research from the Crick and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, with the findings opening the door to the development of more effective treatments. Today, a number of drugs are available which help to …

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Two Air Force airmen killed in Afghanistan: Pentagon

The Pentagon on Wednesday released the names of two Air Force officers killed in the crash of their Bombardier E-11A electronic surveillance plane in Afghanistan. They were identified as Lt. Col. Paul K. Voss, 46, of Yigo, Guam, and Capt. Ryan S. Phaneuf, 30, of Hudson, New Hampshire. Voss was …

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Nigel Farage on Twitter: Brexit is real

After 25 years of fighting for independence, this is my final contribution in the European Parliament. We were told to leave with our British flags, and that's exactly what we did. pic.twitter.com/cBfycWfsN7— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) January 29, 2020 Source: Twitter Did you like this?Tip Libra with Bitcoin Donate via Installed …

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Huawei was the top 5G smartphone vendor in 2019

Huawei was the world’s top 5G phone vendor last year, shipping almost 7 million devices with a market share of around 37%, according to research firm Strategy Analytics. Samsung came in at a close second place, moving 6.7 million 5G-enabled phones with a market share of around 36%. Globally, a …

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UAE announces first case of new coronavirus

The Ministry of Health and Prevention, MoHAP, has announced the first case of new coronavirus in the UAE for members of a family arriving from the Chinese city of Wuhan. In its statement issued on Wednesday, the Ministry added that “the health condition of those infected is stable and under …

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Why new cancer drugs take so long to reach the market

A new analysis of cancer drug development by researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, shows that the more revolutionary a new cancer drug is, the longer it takes to reach patients in the UK’s National Health Service healthcare system. In other words, refinements on earlier drugs or drugs …

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Stolen 500-year-old copy of Christopher Columbus’s letter

Delaware’s federal agents retrieved a more than 500-year-old copy of a robbed letter penned by Christopher Columbus that vanished from the Marciana National Library in Venice, Italy sometime in the mid-1980s. Homeland Security investigators and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware. Homeland Security investigators and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware who …

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