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BioMed Central and SpringerOpen sign the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment: http://bit.ly/2ovhCJi

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Challenge your perception of malaria

Take our #WorldMalariaDay quiz - can you get 14/14? http://bit.ly/2q20uYB

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*Hemophilia: More than a male only disorder *

Read this blog written for World Hemophilia Day on the importance of supporting to women and girls who are affected by bleeding disorders: http://bit.ly/2pYr5Zp

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A potentially useful biomarker for immunotherapy

Tumor Mutational Burden may be able to help predict immunotherapy response: http://bit.ly/2pGJAhZ

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Rediscovering the African wolf

The African wolf was first described almost 200 years ago, but only recently has it been confirmed as a true species, 'clarifying two centuries of wonder and confusion'. The authors of this study write here: http://bit.ly/2osOgGw

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How Might Food Crops be Protected in the Face of Climate Change?

Focusing on drought and how it affects food crops ahead of #EarthDay: http://bit.ly/2oJrsEf

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2017 marks the 20th anniversary of the journal Critical Care, editor-in-chief Jean-Louis Vincent talks about the future of the field in this podcast: http://bit.ly/2otbnnH

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Today is World Health Day! This year’s topic is Depression: Let’s Talk. Nature Research has put together a list of articles on the topic, which can be accessed here: http://go.nature.com/2ogFjDJ Join the conversation online using the hashtag #LetsTalk

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A Q&A with the author of a new study on a potential new male contraceptive

Does it hurt? This and other questions, answered here: http://bit.ly/2nNJfsy

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BioMed Central is supporting #WorldAllergyWeek! Visit our Allergy and Immunology page for open access articles on this year’s theme – chronic urticaria – and more high-impact allergy research from our journals http://bit.ly/2nJ9kJr
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