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Another reason to get your flu shot? It can reduce your risk of heart attack

Researchers in the Netherlands have reaffirmed the link between influenza infections and the ...
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Public-private partnerships drive response to avian flu in cattle, panel says

Farmers, biotech firms, the federal government, and other stakeholders are cooperating closely to ...
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New human bird flu cases underscore need for pandemic preparedeness

Five new cases of H5 bird flu among poultry workers reported on July ...
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AMR infections increased 20% during COVID-19 – and continue to pose a threat

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) presents a clear threat to human health and healthcare systems. ...
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Kisunla approval and proposed CMS change signal progress against Alzheimer’s

July has turned out to be a good month for the fight against ...
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Global child vaccination ‘stalled,’ still below pre-pandemic levels, WHO says

The global rate of childhood vaccination “stalled in 2023,” the World Health Organization ...
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BIO Board member and head of BioUtah testify at House field hearing

The House Ways and Means Committee learned how lawmakers can enable progress in biotech from a Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) Board member and the head ...
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Another reason to get your flu shot? It can reduce your risk of heart attack

Researchers in the Netherlands have reaffirmed the link between influenza infections and the increased, short-term risk of heart attack. The risk is especially elevated in ...
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NCBiotech: 40 years of growing North Carolina life sciences

A guest post by Doug Edgeton, president and CEO of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. We’re marking two big life sciences anniversaries this year in ...
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Public-private partnerships drive response to avian flu in cattle, panel says

Farmers, biotech firms, the federal government, and other stakeholders are cooperating closely to tackle the emerging challenge of protecting cattle against avian flu, said panelists ...
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New human bird flu cases underscore need for pandemic preparedeness

Five new cases of H5 bird flu among poultry workers reported on July 15 added to the urgency of scientific and legislative action to address ...
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AMR infections increased 20% during COVID-19 – and continue to pose a threat

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) presents a clear threat to human health and healthcare systems. And in the post-COVID era, the threat and calls to address the ...

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BIO honors innovators with 2024 Leadership in Agri-Biotechnology Awards

In recognition of significant advancements in biotechnology’s impact on our food supply, the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) recently recognized industry ...
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