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New Multiple Myeloma Treatment Empliciti Set For European Approval

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The European Medicines Agency has fast-tracked the approval of the already FDA-approved drug Empliciti by granting a marketing authorisation for the medication to be used in the treatment of multiple myeloma. The Bristol-Myers Squibb developed medication, also known by the compound name elotuzumab, is a monoclonal antibody which has been shown in trials to reduce […]

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Getting The Skinny On New Ultra Thin Computing Materials

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To their credit, MIT aka Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has created a brand new way of creating a chip that applies multiple materials to just one thin layer inside a computer chip. This new breakthrough could mean that in the near future, computers and laptops with high flexibility and compact power and features overall. […]

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Feeding Pigs With Food Waste Could Save Agricultural Land Half The Size Of Germany

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Currently, feeding food waste, alternatively named swill, to pigs is illegal in the European Union. The EU imposed the ban following the foot-and-mouth disease epidemic that ravaged European states in 2001. Researchers now think removing the ban will conserve 1.8 million hectares of agricultural land from being used for grain and soybean-based pig feed production. […]

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Fighting Obesity with Active Brain Stimulation?

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Obesity is a complex disorder that has a variety of causes from genes and family history, environment to an inactive lifestyle, but these might not be the only causes. According to a team of researchers from the National Institutes of Health, the brain might be a cause as well. A new study found that non-invasive […]

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Latest Photos Should Make Us Concerned About The Future Of The Polar Bear. Is This The End Of This Incredible Species?

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Polar bears are starving. While some people thing they will survive these climate changes, the picture below taken by German-based photographer Kerstin Langenberger in Svalbard Norway, makes this doubtful. Emaciated polar bear photographed in Svalbard, Norway by Kerstin Langenberger.   Polar bears are opportunistic eaters, but their diet is mostly dependent on seals. This is […]

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