Nintedanib slows ILD progression in SSc

Nature Reviews Rheumatology, Published online: 03 June 2019; doi:10.1038/s41584-019-0247-1Nintedanib slows ILD progression in SSc
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In conclusion, this study elucidated that combination of cisplatin and XAV-939 exerted cytotoxic and genotoxic effect to abrogate CSC mediated chemoresistance in HNSCC in synergistic manner.
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Publication date: December 2019Source: Safety Science, Volume 120Author(s): Weilan Suo, Jin Zhang, Xiaolei SunAbstractCritical infrastructures (CIs) play a vital role in providing public necessities and services; however, they are also accompanied by potential risk factors and consequent risk events. CI risk assessment is important for capturing the overall risk profile and risk sources. However, a complex interdependent scenario induced by inherent features of CIs makes risk assessment more challenging. The purpose of this study is to develop a decision support approach for CI risk assessment in a complex interdependent s...
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Publication date: December 2019Source: Safety Science, Volume 120Author(s): Jens Andreas Terum, Frode SvartdalAbstractThe focus of this article is risky behavior in traffic. What do people learn from accidents and near-accidents? Experience with accidents may demand increased caution. However, near-accidents are inherently ambiguous: On the one hand, they signal that margins were good enough, inspiring increased risk-taking; on the other hand, they signal danger that could induce increased caution. To explore these issues, participants (N = 614) answered 47 questions related to safe traffic behavior as well as reported...
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