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Fueling the Fear: Global Health Crisis and Mass Media

Laurie Garrett, author, journalist and authority on global health issues, closed out SLAS2015 by discussing critical issues in global healthcare — particularly mass hysteria over diseases in the U.S. Garrett, who has written several best-selling books on disease and...

source: By Jessica Taylor
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Do you have colleagues who could benefit from the opportunities offered by SLAS membership? Tell them why you belong and share this link so they can learn first-hand how others have advanced their careers and enhanced their personal lives through SLAS membership.

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Congratulations to Michael Scholle, vice president at Samdi Tech in Chicago and mentor for the FIRST Lego...

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Hotel room reservations at discounted rates can now be made for SLAS2017, Feb. 4-8 in Washington, DC....

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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are hoping to use the CRISPR gene-editing technology to modify T cells isolated from cancer patients before reinjecting the cells as a form of immunotherapy, according to a blog post by Carrie Wolinetz, associate director for...

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