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Oracle’s deadly gamble

Larry Ellison's vision for the future of medicine crystallized for him in a doctor's office. Oracle's billionaire cofounder needed medication to help manage his cholesterol. He said his "very fancy doctor," a molecular biologist, prescribed a statin called Crestor. The choice was informed by …

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The Worst Best Economy Ever

Why Biden is getting no credit for the boom Joe Biden is, at the moment, losing his reelection campaign. And he is doing so while presiding over the strongest economy the United States has ever experienced. The jobless rate is below 4 percent, as it has been for nearly two and a half years. Wage …

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The relationship between climate and malaria transmission is complex and has been the subject of intense study for some three decades. Mosquito vector …

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