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Australia
•  Australia: Top 20 Cancer Drug Sales to Hit US$1B by 2018
•  Effective Prostate Cancer Treatment Discovery
•  Australia Developing World First Treatment for Leukemia
•  African DNA Breakthrough
•  Genetic Link Between Mammographic Density and Breast Cancer
•  Arthritis Genes Discovered By University Of Queensland Scientists, Australia
•  Australian First for Melbourne Stem Cell Scientists

BANGLADESH
•  Bangladesh Slaughters 117,000 Birds on Flu Fears

China
•  Quintiles Launches New Tissue Testing Services in China to Help in Fight against Cancer
•  Tainted Milk Scandal Resurfaces in China

India
•  Hyderabad - Hot Destination for Medical Tourism
•  New Genetic Control Tools to Combat Dengue and Chikungunya

Japan
•  Japan Commits $2 Million to Boost Immunization In Haiti, Bringing Post-Quake Total For UNICEF To $8.5 Million

Singapore
•  Taxes on Life Sciences Firms Likely to Rise: PwC
•  New National Centre for Treatment of Cancer Opens at NUH
•  Singapore Buys 1m Bird Flu Vaccine Doses
•  IME Develops All-in-One Diagnostic Test for Point-of-Care Deployment
•  A*STAR Science and Technology Festival 2010 Showcases Latest Products and Technologies from Life Science Vendor Companies in Singapore
•  US Tech Firm FormFactor Opens $30m Facility in Singapore

Taiwan
•  Thai Researchers Produce Omega 3 from Microbes

Other Regions
North America
•  Looking Younger is in the Genes
•  Study Links Sugary Soft Drinks to Pancreas Cancer

Feature
•  Artificial Cells Containing Stem Cells for Liver Failure
•  Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine
•  Towards a Universal Platform for Autologous Stem Cell Gene Therapy: the Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Breakthrough

Industry Watch
•  Mesoblast Limited Key Bone Repair Patent Granted In The United States
•  Lilly to Acquire Global License to AXIRON Testosterone Solution from Acrux Tools
•  China Cord Blood Corporation Acquires Stake in Shandong Cord Blood Bank
•  AutekBio to Build Largest Biologic CMO in Asia
•  3SBio, Ascentage Pharma to Jointly Develop Cancer Therapeutics
•  SIRO Clinpharm Forms Alliance with Korean CRO DreamCIS
•  Ceragenix Enters into Agreement with Korea's BexPharm
•  SRL Launches Sports Gene Test for the First Time in India
•  Fortis Acquires Stake in Singapore's Parkway Holdings
•  Sony Enters the Flow Cytometry Business in Life Science Field by Acquiring iCyt
•  AMPAC Fine Chemicals Partners With Inabata & Co., Ltd. of Japan
•  Astellas Entered into Global Partnership with Basilea for an Azole Antifungal Agent Isavuconazole
•  Medicago, NITT to Develop Vaccine in Japan
•  Millipore Launches New Water Purification System for Ion Chromatography

Research and Findings
•  Scientists make Groundbreaking Discovery of Genes that Increase the Likelihood of causing a form of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
•  Breakthrough by Singapore Scientists to Pave the Way for Greener, Highly Efficient Production of Nanocrystals for Biomedical and Life Science Sectors
•  Scientists Discover Gene that Improves the Quality of Reprogrammed Stem Cells
•  The Proteins That Help Plants Keep Time

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NEWS CRUNCH  
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news How blockchain can save the food industry millions from recalls
news China Healthcare and Pharma Digital Innovation Summit
news BIO-PHARM2019 — The Most Influential Forum in China's Biopharm Industry
PR NEWSWIRE  
Asia Pacific Biotech News
EDITORS' CHOICE  
SPOTLIGHT  
LIFE OF A SCIENTIST  

APBN Editorial Calendar 2019
January:
Taiwan Medical tourism
February:
Marijuana as medicine — Legal marijuana will open up scientific research
March:
Driven by curiosity
April:
Career developments for researchers
May:
What's cracking — Antibodies in ostrich eggs
June:
Clinical trials — What's in a name?
July:
Traditional Chinese medicine in modern healthcare — Integrating both worlds
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