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June 4, 2018 Cover

Volume 96, Issue 23

With so many ingredients on hand, can the oncology community figure out how to sensibly and efficiently combine checkpoint inhibitors with other drugs?

Cover image:A drawing of pill capsules inside of a blender.

Credit: Chris Gash

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Quote of the Week

“We need something people can take right when they get bitten.”

Claire Komives, antivenom researcher, San Jose State University

  • How an opossum protein may lead to a broad-spectrum snakebite treatment

    San Jose State’s Claire Komives is testing an antivenom inspired by opossum biochemistry against various snake species to prevent deaths in the developing world

  • U.S. industries ask Trump administration to endorse global hydrofluorocarbon deal

    With EPA regulation overturned in court, companies seek political backing for reducing HFC use domestically

  • Career Ladder: Kabrena Rodda

    This chemist and military academy grad found a varied career in national security

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Europe to ban some single-use plastics

New obligations for industry as the region and other areas target the causes of marine litter