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Vol 23, No. 11, November 2019
Transferrable drug design for hepatitis A virus inhibition

Study by researchers from Sichuan University, Tsinghua University, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences found possibilities of a structure for development hepatitis A treatment.

New research shows abdominal obesity on the rise

Almost one-third of Chinese adults face the challenge of abdominal obesity, or excess fat around the midsection, according to recent research published by Obesity Journal.

Ion treatment offers new hope for cancer patients

First carbon ion cancer treatment system approved by the National Medical Products Administration in China.

Researchers Try "One-Two Punch" Method to Treat Liver Cancer

An international team of researchers have found a "one-two punch" method to treat liver cancer by inducing weakness in liver cancer cells and exploiting the vulnerability to reduce tumour growth.

UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in Life Sciences Unveiled

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization on 22 October announced that three scientists from China, the United States and Ireland shared 2019 UNESCO-Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences.

Chinese study unlocks clues to fight African swine fever

Chinese scientists have unravelled the three-dimensional structure of the African swine fever virus, laying a solid foundation for developing effective and safe vaccines against the disease.

Discovery of cancer-causing gene reveals new anti-cancer therapy potential

Study published online in PNAS, describes a novel druggable oncogenic driver gene in human gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GISTs).

Quantifying environmental impact of drought

A team of researchers formulated a drought index that can capture the biological changes of ecosystems in response to the dynamics of drought intensity.

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