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... almost 40 other countries, scientists are reporting the development of ... to detect the toxin that causes the disease. The report ... more than 200,000 people annually, mainly in developing countries, and ... elderly. J. Manuel Perez and colleagues note that cholera ...
... Hopkins University School of Medicine postdoctoral fellows recently were ... total Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation fellowships, and Bagrat ... Shinichi Kano, Sun-Hong Kim, Ph.D., M.D., Ph.D., Minae Niwa, ... Emily G. Severance, Ph.D., were among the 214 recipients ...
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