News-Medical speaks to Dr. James Martin and Dr. Zemer Gitai from Princeton University about their research which led to the discovery of a new antibiotic.
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Remote specimen collection robot eliminates contact between medical personnel and patients
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New method effectively reduces postoperative muscular pain
Hot flushes and night sweats may increase woman's risk of cardiovascular events
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Dr. James Martin and Professor Zemer Gitai
Dr. Riccardo Caccialanza
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Professor David Thomas
News-Medical talks to Professor David Thomas about his recent research identifying the mechanisms behind cancer cells developing resistance to drugs.
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