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1. WHO updates global guidance on medicines and diagnostic tests to address health challenges, prioritize highly effective therapeutics, and improve affordable access - 07/09/2019
 WHO
  New essential medicines and diagnostics lists published today
2. 2018 in Review: CDC Looks Back at the Year’s Most Pressing Health Threats - 12/21/2018
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  From the opioid overdose epidemic to foodborne disease outbreaks and antimicrobial resistance to the Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), CDC worked around the clock ? and around the globe ? to protect Americans from health threats in 2018.
3. Deadly Marburg Virus Found in Sierra Leone Bats - 12/20/2018
 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  First time this Ebola-like virus identified in West Africa
4. FDA authorizes first test to aid in detecting a type of herpes virus in newborns called cytomegalovirus - 11/30/2018
 U.S. FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION
5. Democratic Republic of the Congo begins first-ever multi-drug Ebola trial - 11/26/2018
 World Health Organization (WHO)
6. Flu mutations in a single cell help to predict immune response - 10/26/2018
 Nature News by Carrie Arnold
  Genetic diversity of the virus may explain variability in how well a cell fights back.
7. Abbott Introduces the Next Generation of Influenza A & B and Strep A Assays with Fastest-Ever Time to Molecular Results - 10/25/2018
 Abbott
  ABBOTT PARK, Ill., Oct. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ Abbott (NYSE: ABT) announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared its next-generation Influenza A & B 2 and Strep A 2 molecular assays for point-of-care testing1,2. These new assays enable the fastest-ever3 time to molecular influenza A & B and Strep A results at the point of care.4 Currently available on the ID NOW™ platform (formerly Alere i), both assays have been granted a Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certificate of waiver.
8. Strict EU ruling on gene edited crops squeezes science - 10/25/2018
 Nature News by Andrew J Wight
  Researchers are feeling the pinch and demanding exemptions for plant science and agriculture.
9. Satisfaction in science - 10/24/2018
 Nature: Career Feature by Chris Woolston
  Nature''s survey offers a snapshot of salaries and career paths in the scientific sector.
10. China hides identities of top scientific recruits amidst growing US scrutiny - 10/24/2018
 Nature News by Smriti Mallapaty
  Chinese researchers fear that affiliation with the high-status Thousand Talents scheme could make them targets of FBI investigations.
11. First analysis of ''pre-registered'' studies shows sharp rise in null findings - 10/24/2018
 Nature News by Matthew Warren
  Logging hypotheses and protocols before performing research seems to work as intended: to reduce publication bias for positive results.
12. Leading cancer research charity takes tough stance on bullying - 10/24/2018
 Nature News by Holly Else
  Cancer Research UK will be able to revoke grants if researchers and institutions do not abide by its new behaviour policy.
13. British universities set up European outposts as Brexit looms - 10/22/2018
 Nature News by Quirin Schiermeier
  Establishing partner institutions in Europe might allow UK researchers to keep full access to EU funds.
14. Don''t fall for these 3 myths about AI, machine learning - 10/17/2018
 American Medical Association (AMA) News by Sara Berg
  Get the straight scoop from a Johns Hopkins expert developing health care solutions powered by AI and machine learning.
15. Fall 2018 Unified Agenda: FDA's New Regulatory Work to Advance Health and Safety - 10/17/2018
 U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  Today, the federal government published the Fall 2018 Unified Agenda.
16. Revolutionary microscopy technique nets most lucrative prize in science - 10/17/2018
 Nature News by Zeeya Merali
  The Breakthrough awards, each worth US$3 million, honour advances in the life sciences, physics and mathematics.
17. Classification, Ontology, and Precision Medicine - 10/11/2018
 N Engl J Med 2018; 379:1452-1462
  A goal of precision medicine1 is to stratify patients in order to improve diagnosis and medical treatment.
18. UK Biobank shares the promise of big data - 10/10/2018
 Nature: News and Views by Nancy Cox
  UK Biobank contains a wealth of data on genetics, health and more from 500,000 participants. A detailed overview of the biobank and an analysis of its brain-imaging data show the value of this resource.
19. UK Biobank data on 500,000 people paves way to precision medicine - 10/10/2018
 Nature: News & Comments - Editorial
  Treatments tailored to individuals rely on the wisdom of crowds.
20. Surging R&D spending in China narrows gap with United States - 10/10/2018
 Science: Asia/Pacific News By Dennis Normile
  China''s total spending on R&D rose a robust 12.3% last year to a record 1.76 trillion yuan ($254 billion), according to a government report released yesterday. Already second in the world in R&D spending behind the United States, China has narrowed the gap.
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