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Immunotherapy prolongs survival in recurrent, persistent or metastatic cervical cancer
Joint US-EU on Global Methane Pledge
Antibody-drug conjugate reveals impressive activity in patients with non-small cell lung cancer with mutation
HER2-targeting antibody-drug improves progression-free survival for women with deadly form of advanced breast cancer
UK gas supply explainer
Better support for long-term symptoms is needed to help patients live life after cancer
First million doses of Moderna arrive from Europe
FDA Advisory Committee Votes Unanimously in Favor Of COMIRNATY Booster for Emergency Use
Astellas’ and Pfizer’s XTANDI Reduced Risk of Death by 34% in Men with Metastatic Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer
Health Secretary has genome sequenced for project tackling health disparities
Ignoring black peers leads whites to poor decisions
Paris climate deal could go up in smoke without action: Guterres
Ancient DNA rewrites early Japanese history: modern day populations have tripartite genetic origin
P-47 pilot honored on POW/MIA recognition day
IMF Concludes 2021 Article IV Consultation with Malta
Readout of President Biden’s Meeting of Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate
New system for international travel
U.S. President Biden’s Remarks at Virtual Meeting of Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate
AF Week in Photos 18 September
Implementing ECHR judgments: Latest decisions from Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers 17 September
Impact of Covid on mental health in prisons and probation
FACT SHEET: Biden- Harris Administration Actions in Response to Ongoing Crisis in Northern Ethiopia
Imfinzi combined with novel immunotherapies improved clinical outcomes for patients with unresectable
IOM Relocates Over 17,000 People Uprooted by Conflict in Northern Ethiopia to New Shelter
Covid, who to vaccinate first among workers?
Species extinction seen also in literature
Council of Engineers to support UN Secretary General’s call for zero emissions by 2050
Exchange of views with European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee, Introductory Remarks of UNRWA Commissioner-General
Citizens’ assembly launched on attitudes to democracy
None in Three Annual Conference
Ashurst invites FinTechs & GreenTechs to apply to FinTech Legal Labs accelerator programme
Inspired Spaces means Inspired Kids
New species of otter discovered in Germany
Australian company’s Covid tests approved in Europe
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki, September 16, 2021
An Indian Otter in Germany
Committee on Rights of Child holds day of general discussion on alternative care
‘Blue food revolution’ to tackle climate change and malnutrition
Consuming fruit and vegetables and exercising can make you happier
Blue food revolution
Ministers, Mayors, CEOs announce huge push on clean and efficient energy
European facility prepares for haul of samples returning from planetary bodies
Africa faces 470 million Covid vaccine shortfall this year
Recent developments in Belarus UK statement, 16 September 2021
COMUSAFE hosts Arctic Air Chiefs Symposium
Report by Head of OSCE Mission in Kosovo UK response
General Aviation gets post-Brexit boost from planned reforms including on pilot licences
Futures2021 festival of discovery returns to Plymouth