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Ozempic keeps wowing: trial data show benefits for kidney disease

Semaglutide, the same compound in obesity drug Wegovy, slashes risk of kidney failure and death for people with diabetes


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Sex and gender in science

Fraught societal debates, particularly surrounding gender identity, are raising new questions about how to best take account of sex and gender in research, both in human health and elsewhere – even as scientists are increasingly recognizing that they must move beyond paradigms based on extrapolating findings from men or male animals.


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