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Daily Archives: February 13, 2018

Walgreens keeps its eye on the drug supply chain, as CVS goes its own way

Walgreens Boots Alliance's potential takeover bid for AmerisourceBergen is the latest example of consolidation in the health-care industry where once distinct lines are continuously blurring. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Walgreens is in talks to acquire the portion of major drug distributor AmerisourceBergen it doesn't already own. The pharmacy chain first bought a…

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Netanyahu ‘corruption charges recommended’

Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Israeli police are to recommend that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be charged over alleged bribery cases, the country's media report. Police questioned Mr Netanyahu as part of an inquiry into corruption allegations last month. Speaking on Israeli television, he said the allegations were baseless. Israeli media say police will announce there…

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Study used DNA nanorobots to kill cancerous tumors

A study from Chinese researchers used nanorobots to deliver a clotting agent killing cancerous tumors. (Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Researchers have developed a method using microscopic robots to kill cancerous tumors and stifle future growth. The study published in the journal Nature Biotechnology uses nanotechnology to deliver thrombin, an enzyme that helps blood to clot. The thrombin…

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Wray Says He Won’t Discuss Russia Investigation With Trump

FBI Director Christopher Wray said he won’t discuss the Russian investigation with President Donald Trump. “I am not going to discuss the investigation in question with the president, much less provide information from that investigation to him,” Wray said at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Tuesday. Wray declined to say whether it was a conflict-of-interest…

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