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The PEM Friends (UK) met in June for their annual Away Weekend hosted by Raymond and Carolyn Blain.
WASHINGTON — Managers at the National Institutes of Health are increasingly ignoring the advice of scientific review panels and giving hundreds of millions of dollars a year to scientists whose projects are deemed less scientifically worthy than those denied money.
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Pharmacogenomics is the study of how inherited variations in genes dictate a person’s reaction to a drug.