A generic version of an effective HIV-prevention drug has come on the market in the past few days, but experts say the medication is still far too expensive for many people who need it, and they’re hoping other generic versions being released in the coming weeks will be sold at a much lower price.
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The elusive structure of a cancer cell receptor protein has been uncovered by researchers. This protein can be leveraged to fight disease progression, say investigators.
Scientists now report that structural models have been generated for 12 percent of the protein families that had previously had no structural information available.
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Inside Nova Scotia RCMP’s headquarters, members of the Technological Crime Unit provide technical support to police and government agencies across the province and beyond, often working to extract data from phones and computers.