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7th February, 2015
There Is a Longevity Pill Backed by Five Nobel Prize Winners: No evidence for its effectiveness, but for $50-per-month you can be an early adopter. Source
Robot Scientist to Discover Drugs Dramatically Faster: Each day, the robot scientist checks whether 10,000 chemicals are toxic to humans. While one human can typically screen only 10 to 20 chemicals a year. Source
Gene Therapy's Big Comeback: SInce 2013, 11 different companies have raised at least $618 million from venture capitalists and the public markets. Source
Screening for Disease in People Without Symptoms: The reality is that the current science of screening is messy, and therefore screening 'only' tends to benefit most populations at high risk. Source
United Kingdom Becomes the First Country to Approve Three-Person in vitro fertilization (IVF) Babies, using mitochondrial transfer. Source
Last Week President Obama Unveiled His Precision Medicine Initiative: Precision medicine is an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person. This infographic by National Institutes of Health (NIH) summarizes the project. Source

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