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A drug used to treat MS could be repurposed to treat infections in cystic fibrosis patients
This year's Humanity in Science Award has been awarded to a scientist tackling fake pharmaceuticals
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Existing drugs can – and should – be repurposed to fight neglected diseases.
Why are so many patients with HIV still dying too young?
The drug resistance of "superbug" K. pneumoniae can be reversed by tapping into its genome
A miniature sensor speeds up the diagnosis of HIV
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