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World’s most expensive drug: £1.79 million one-off Zolgensma treatment approved by British National Health Service to treat spinal muscular dystrophy in children

World’s most expensive drug: £1.79 million one-off Zolgensma treatment approved by British National Health Service to treat spinal muscular dystrophy in children

Guardian | 
Zolgensma, which costs £1.79m per dose, halts the progression of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), which involves loss of movement, muscle ...
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Did laziness drive early human relative, Homo erectus, to extinction?

Daily Mail (UK) | 
Homo erectus may have gone extinct because they were lazy, according to research from the Australian National University. Scientists claim ...
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Super pigs: CRISPR gene-edited virus-resistant pigs could cut piglet deaths, pork prices

Daily Mail (UK) | 
Scientists have created a new breed of super pigs resistant to a killer virus... They now have two generations of ...
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