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"With the advent of targeted cancer therapies, what we've found is that many of them are cardiotoxic," Saptarsi Haldar told BioWorld Today. "Pathways that are effective in cancer are toxic in the heart."

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Specific lead identified in the fight against TB

Novel analogues of a class of antibacterial compounds isolated from soil bacteria could lead to the development of urgently needed new treatments for tuberculosis (TB), according to the findings of a study led by Australian researchers at the University of Sydney.

Worldwide, TB causes more deaths than any other infectious disease including HIV/AIDs. According to the WHO, there were an estimated 10.4 million new cases of TB and 1.8 million deaths in 2015, with 60 percent of all new cases occurring in Asia.



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