With his usual transparency in all his press interviews, President Bashar Al-Assad stressed that the situation of Syrian society is “much better, as we have learned many lessons from this war,” expressing his belief that “the future of Syria is promising, because it is natural that we emerge from this war more powerful ».And the […]

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The General Company for Cable Industry in Damascus provides the needs of the Ministry of Electricity and Communications institutions and public sector companies and the need of the local market of copper, aluminum, bare steel, plastic insulated cables, kauchuk, control cables and electrical conductors for household wiring, as well as cable TV and telephone cables, […]

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The 2011 US attack on Libya to “save the people” from Gadaffi was an entirely manufactured narrative with Hillary Clinton’s weaponized State Department, a chief author of the lies. Libya’s population continues to suffer endless war and terrorism from a US intervention that only benefited al-Qaeda and gun runners to Syria and beyond. Get your […]

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Doctors in St. Petersburg have tested a new type of immunotherapy used to fight cancer. Doctors called the new technology “adaptive cell therapy”, where they hope the new treatment will help patients with cancer. The essence of the new treatment is to isolate T lymphocytes from a patient’s malignant tumor in laboratory conditions. The number […]

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Researchers at the Swiss University of Geneva (UNIGE) have developed a method that reproduces the structure of colorectal cancer tumors, enabling doctors to test several drugs at different stages of tumor development. Doctors in this new method need only 5 days to determine the most effective treatment for a particular condition of colon or rectal […]

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Severe sepsis is an infectious disease that causes at least as many deaths as smoking, killing 50 percent of people infected with it, according to the World Health Organization. According to the newspaper “Irish Independent” that doctors of the College of Irish Surgeons have developed a drug able to curb the development of septicemia. The […]

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