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Ask Sir Murray Brennan about an esteemed medical career that has now been honoured with a knighthood and luck is a recurring theme. A surgeon and researcher based in New York, the 74-year-old's clinical trials have produced major findings in the ...New Zealand Herald, 2 months ago
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(Bloomberg) -- An overlooked drug bought by a biotech company for a mere $6.6 million a decade ago could become one of the biggest selling cancer treatments ever. Those high expectations have its maker, Pharmacyclics Inc., considering selling ...Bloomberg, 5 days ago Cancer drug once bought for US$7m may now fetch US$18b Today Online, 5 days ago
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When Dr. Tina Chadda lost everything in a tragic house fire and soon after cancer entered her life, she had no idea that through psycho-synthesis of Eastern, Judaeo-Christian and secular philosophy including mindfulness, she would heal her own heart ...Individual.com, 3 weeks ago
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