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By 2021, as many as 150 million people likely to be in extreme poverty due to COVID-19, says World Bank
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By 2021, as many as 150 million people likely to be in extreme poverty due to COVID-19, says World Bank

In its report, the World Bank noted that the lack of recent data for India severely hinders the ability to monitor global poverty

Eat your greens! Broccoli sprouts brings down psychosis in schizophrenia: Study
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Eat your greens! Broccoli sprouts brings down psychosis in schizophrenia: Study

While it might not be a substitute for antipsychotics, it could supplement them with fewer side effects.

NASA's New Horizons to fly into the New Year studying a distant rock beyond Pluto
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NASA's New Horizons to fly into the New Year studying a distant rock beyond Pluto

New Horizons will fly-by of the farthest object ever studied by a spacecraft on New Years Day.

Patients accept kidneys infected with hepatitis C but stay uninfected themselves
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Patients accept kidneys infected with hepatitis C but stay uninfected themselves

In 2016, Johns Hopkins University launched a similar study with 10 people, all of who are now cured.

Immunotherapy and the slow move towards less toxic tools to fight cancer
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Immunotherapy and the slow move towards less toxic tools to fight cancer

Immunotherapy trains the body's natural defenses — immune cells, also known as T-cells — to cancer cells.

How Johns Hopkins' gamble could have found an AIDS cure
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How Johns Hopkins' gamble could have found an AIDS cure

An apparent elimination of HIV from a two-and-a-half year old child from Mississippi in the US, born to a mother who is HIV-positive, has raised hopes yet again.