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New insight into public interest in medicine research

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Data has been published for the first time about public knowledge of and interest in the process of medicines research and development.

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Dix Hills Fire Department Uses First Cyanokit To Treat Cyanide Poisoning, Smoke Inhalation

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For the first time in Suffolk County, a new medicine was used to help save a man's life after he was rescued from his burning home in Dix Hills.

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Oral cancer screening saves lives

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April is Oral Cancer Awareness month and the office of James C.

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Oral cancer screening saves lives

Events and activities sought for new science festival

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Hutt City Council is seeking expressions of interest for events and activities for the first Hutt STEMM Festival, which will run from 2-7 June 2015.

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Science Channel Reaches New Heights with Best Quarter Ever

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Science Channel spins the numbers for the first quarter of 2015.

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Science Channel Reaches New Heights with Best Quarter Ever

Commenters favor new K-12 science curriculum

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By Ryan Quinn CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The vast majority of official comments on new statewide K-12 science standards – the first to require teaching about global warming in mandatory courses – were in favor of them, according to the West Virginia Department of Education.

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Childhood Cancer Could Hold a Key to the Cure According to “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies”

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Emily Whitehead, then 7, became the first child to receive a new immunotherapy treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2012 at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia – a treatment that saved her life.

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Childhood Cancer Could Hold a Key to the Cure According to “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies”

Discovery Orders 'Naked and Afraid' Spinoff, 'Killing Fields' Series (Exclusive)

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“I saw that Discovery could be a male-driven brand without being a solely focused male brand,” new network president Rich Ross says of his first slate, which also includes an expanded Shark Week and his first scripted effort, a mini about childhood pals who founded Harley-Davidson.

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Faster FDA Spurs Cancer Breakthroughs

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Through March 19, the FDA has approved 10 new drugs, on pace to match last year’s total of 41, which was an 18-year high. This year’s approvals include the first medicine in years for initial treatment of a common form of advanced breast cancer. It’s “a boom period,” said Fred Hassan, a managing director at Warburg Pincus who ran two big drug companies

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New Zealand, South Africa eye first Cup final berth

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Auckland March 23 (IANS) New Zealand and South Africa will look to entering their maiden final of the cricket World Cup when they meet each other in the first semi-final match at the Eden Park here on Tuesday.

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