Are they taking up beds that could be used for vulnerable domestic patients or are they bringing money that could be used toward other programs?

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If we want a diverse, equitable and inclusive research community, academics from the global south must be able to meet freely, says Connie Nshemereirwe

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Even if tomato growers one day manage to produce a near-perfect fruit—one that’s beautiful, juicy, nutritious, and tasty—there’s a good chance that half a billion people would automatically be denied the chance to even try it

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100 supposedly sick passengers ended up only being 10. But the story tapped into potent fears about flying

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Gene editing accelerates a détente between the laboratory and social sciences over questions that direct future research

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China is making a bid to use its Ebola vaccine in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It’s a move that could further complicate efforts to test a crowded field of vaccines and therapies in the context of a waning outbreak

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An investigation reveals how doctors criss-cross the Canada-U.S. border while a broken system keeps secret the records of their crimes, malpractice and disciplinary rulings

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There’s a glaring hole in President Trump’s budget proposal for 2019, global health researchers say. A US program to help other countries beef up their ability to detect pathogens around the world will lose a significant portion of its funding

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