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Closing tomorrow. Senior postdoc position to explore prostate cancer 'omics in a great international project. Come join us in wonderful Norwich. More details here: https://t.co/UJpk5d8OUV https://t.co/DNQXsULCAr


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RT @AbrahamGihawi: And my internet (hopefully) didn't cut out, woohoo! Some great talks so far today! https://t.co/AE7G7LUFR6


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Just a little reminder about the prudent predictions made by USS https://t.co/zGAFlKG4ly https://t.co/48eSyAo4jD


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Senior postdoc position to explore prostate cancer 'omics in a great international project. Come join us in wonderful Norwich. More details here: https://t.co/UJpk5d8OUV https://t.co/BZkevWYVID


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RT @UEAPharmacy: 22 October 11.30am UK time – Professor Karen Vousden, The Francis Crick Institute – ‘Eat to Live: a Role for Diet in Cancer Therapy’. To register for a seat or attend virtually πŸ‘‰ https://t.co/Mu6Vzo7OWo #cancerresearch @CancerInNorwich #cancertherapy @JohnInnesCentre https://t.co/YeK5fmV86Q


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RT @StroudCorona: 1/ Here's the clearest chart showing impact of the Immensa testing lab fiasco. This shows the number of people to test positive in the past 7 days. The shaded are covers 8th Sept - 11th October, but data since (to 15th) is still an undercount. https://t.co/nWXvhOywZb


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RT @EricTopol: Why does the UK currently have 6-fold hospital admissions and a 3-fold higher death rate compared with Europe? https://t.co/1l5u7EigXB @FT @mroliverbarnes @jburnmurdoch @danieldombey Among possible explanations, two that stand out are less use of mitigation measures /1 https://t.co/ANJywRPusp


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