A new old therapy

The fight against drug-resistant pathogens remains an intense one. While the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) 2019 “biggest threats” report reveals an overall decrease in drug-resistant microbe-related deaths as compared to its previous report (2013) the agency also cautions that new forms of drug-resistant pathogens are still emerging. Meanwhile, the options for treating infections by…

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Participants in environmental health studies vulnerable to re-identification

Newton, Mass. (January 13, 2020) — Before sharing human research data, scientists routinely strip it of personal information such as name, address, and birthdate in order to protect the privacy of their study participants. However, reporting in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, researchers at Silent Spring Institute and their colleagues show that for environmental health…

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Patek Philippe Commands the Future

GENEVA — Thierry Stern looked pleased when, in an interview in early December, he said 2019 would be a record year for Patek Philippe. “I’m not running after records every year, though,” Mr. Stern, the chief executive, said, declining to detail the company’s turnover. “This is the beauty. We don’t have any shareholders. We don’t…

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Caroline Mencio, Sean Sutton

Caroline Julia Mencio and Dr. Sean Anthony Sutton were married Jan. 11 at Epiphany Catholic Church in Miami. Msgr. Jude O’Doherty performed the ceremony. The couple met at the University of Michigan, from which each graduated. Mrs. Sutton, 27, is pursuing a doctorate of nursing practice, family nurse practitioner at Columbia. Until July, she worked…

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Eric Tsytsylin, Rony Rothken

Eric Tsytsylin and Rony Rothken were married Jan. 11 at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, an events space in Manhattan. Neil Timiraos, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. Mr. Tsytsylin (left), 31, is the head of brand at the Farmer’s Dog, a fresh pet food company…

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