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It's a fair bet that vertebrates have been breaking bones ever since they evolved them. And for most of history, they have been on their own to fix those breaks. more »

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For Ebola victory, scientific advances could help with nonscientific challenges

From a purely scientific standpoint, the news about the Ebola outbreak has been encouraging. New genomic technologies enable unprecedented surveillance of the virus. There are drugs and vaccines in clinical trials. And in response to the urgency of the crisis, both drugmakers and regulatory agencies are making efforts to expedite the process of getting weapons against Ebola through the regulatory process and into the field, where they are needed. (See BioWorld Today, Oct. 22, 2014.)



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