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Manipulating 3D Printed Organoid Microenvironments – News-Medical.Net

Organoids are 3-dimensional (3D) clusters of stem cells that come together and emulate the microenvironment within individual organs, whether that be liver, kidney, heart, gut or other specific organs.

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Joe Biden mocks Donald Trump with fake ‘COVID plan’ website – NEWS.com.au

Joe Biden mocks Donald Trump with fake ‘COVID plan’ website

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Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden has mocked US President Donald Trumps strategy for managing the coronavirus crisis in the US releasing a fake Trump COVID Plan website.The number of coronavirus cases in the US has continued to surge, with 85,000 new cases reported on Friday alone.
“After eight months of this pandemic, we finally found President Trump’s plan to beat COVID-19,” Mr Biden tweeted on Saturday, with a link to trumpcovidplan.com.
The landing page of the website shows a “Not Found”…

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NSW reports one locally acquired COVID-19 case after three-day run of no community infections – ABC News

NSW breaks its three-day streak of no locally transmitted COVID-19 cases, with one new local infection reported today.

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NSW has broken its three-day streak of no locally transmitted COVID-19 cases, with one new local infection reported today.
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  • It is the first locally acquired case in NSW since last Thursday
  • NSW has done nearly 3 million tests since the beginning of the pandemic
  • The state has seen a total of 4,197 confirmed COVID-19 cases

The new case today is a household contact of a previously reported case linked to the Oran Park community cluster in south-west Sydney.
That cluster is now at 23 cases.

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Two vaccine doses expected for coronavirus – The Young Witness

Australians are expected to need two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be protected against the disease. But Health Department secretary Brendan Murphy has re……

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Australians are expected to need two doses of a coronavirus vaccine to be protected against the disease.
But Health Department secretary Brendan Murphy has reiterated that it’s unknown if an effective vaccine against the virus will be found.
“Our confidence about the success of vaccines is growing progressively as we see the early trials coming out,” he told a Senate estimates hearing on Monday.
“It is unknown but we have to work on the best available evidence.”
The Morrison government has put about…

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