Classical Studies

Early Promise for Pembrolizumab Plus Chemo in RR Hodgkin Lymphoma

A regimen of chemoimmunotherapy led to a 100% response rate as a second-line treatment for relapsed / refractory (RR) classic Hodgkin lymphoma (cHL), a small phase II trial showed. The 38 evaluable patients achieved objective responses with the combination of pembrolizumab (Keytruda), gemcitabine, vinorelbine and liposomal doxorubicin (P-GVD), including complete …

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Ky. Health chief recounts ’emotional toll’ of COVID fight

Kentucky Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack speaks during an interview in his Frankfort, Ky. Office on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Stack studied the gruesome projections of the cornavirus pandemic . He had been Kentucky’s Public Health Commissioner for about a month in March 2020, and he knew …

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Ky. Health chief recounts ’emotional toll’ of COVID fight

Kentucky Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack speaks during an interview in his Frankfort, Ky. Office on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. Stack studied the gruesome projections of the cornavirus pandemic . He had been Kentucky’s Public Health Commissioner for about a month in March 2020, and he knew …

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Behavior and culture of Middle Pleistocene Homo 140,000 to 120,000 years ago and interactions with Homo sapiens

Middle Pleistocene Homo in the Levant Our understanding of the origin, distribution, and evolution of early humans and their close relatives has been greatly refined by recent new information. Adding to this trend, Hershkovitz et al. uncovered evidence of a hitherto unknown archaic Homo population, the “Nesher Ramla Homo(See the …

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The Swiss cultural sector far from being a haven of equality

Sophie Hunger at the Gurten Festival in Bern, 2019. Keystone / Peter Klaunzer A study commissioned by the arts council Pro Helvetia reveals that women are under-represented in much of the cultural sector, especially when it comes to music. This content was published on June 23, 2021 – 12:54 June …

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Agganis Games, the festivities begin on Sunday | Sports

The return of the annual Agganis All-Star Games kicks off Sunday at Manning Field and Fraser Field in Lynn. The games, which return after a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will kick off a busy day on Sunday with the opening ceremonies at Manning Field on Sunday at …

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Graphene Drum: Researchers Develop New Phonon Laser Design

PICTURE: Schematic representation of an experimental device for receiving and recording phononic radiation. view After Credit: Konstantin Arutyunov et al. Professor Konstantin Arutyunov of the Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics HSE Tikhonov (MIEM HSE), in collaboration with Chinese researchers, has developed a mechanical resonator based on graphene, in which …

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Symptoms, spread, points to note

Visoot Uthairam | moments | Getty Images The Covid-19 delta mutant, first discovered in India, is now widespread around the world, becoming the predominant strain in some countries like the UK and possibly other countries like the US . On Wednesday, the World Health Organization said Variants have been detected …

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Ancient pieces discovered by the FSU team exhibited in Italy

A treasure trove of ancient Roman silver coins discovered by a team from Florida State University is now on public display for the first time in Italy. “Treasure of Chianti” is on display until September 3 at the Museum of Santa Maria della Scala in Siena, Italy. The exhibition features …

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Local residents among the University of Scranton undergraduate class of 2021

Local residents Pamela K. Sbarra and Jessica C. lagas by New Fairfield were among more than 800 bachelor’s degrees at its undergraduate in-person celebration ceremonies on May 23. The degrees were awarded to graduates who had completed their university studies in August and December 2020, as well as in January …

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