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· miRagen Therapeutics' (MGEN) CEO Bill Marshall on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
We have also some discussions ongoing in the area of remlarsen in the area of both more local and topical administration, whether that would be dermal scarring or ocular fibrosis.
· Maryland will manage Purple Line construction if partnership falls through, state officials say →
“Instead of a scar through Montgomery and Prince George's counties, we could have a light-rail line,” Korman said.
· Hiroshima’s Enola Gay carried 12 men, hope and the world’s deadliest weapon →
The woman’s face bears heavy scars from the heat of the explosion.
The New York Times
· Hiroshima 75th Anniversary: Preserving Survivors’ Message of Peace →
Scarred physically and mentally by the tremendous power unleashed by the splitting of atoms over Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the hibakusha have become a rallying point for peace activists the world over, as well as the moral ballast of Japan’s postwar pacifism.
· The Guardian view on the Beirut blast: a tragedy within a crisis →
A vast crater at the site of the detonation scars the coastline, but deeper still are the wounds to a nation that was already reeling from economic crisis, debilitated by pandemic and weary from political chaos and corruption.
· Hogweed warning: Boy, 6, suffers severe burns from 'UK's most dangerous’ plant →
Giant Hogweed contains skin burning sap which can result in permanent scarring or even blindness if comes into contact with eyes.
· Heartbroken mother calls on drivers to drop 'she'll be right' attitude →
She has chipped teeth and 21 visible scars.
· Pregnant mum terrified she'll lose her baby as scar opens up inside her body →
A pregnant mother is terrified of losing her baby after the scar from her previous emergency c-section began to open up inside her body.
· How Tyrann Mathieu Found His Way Through the Chaos On and Off the Field →
He became a walking self-help book, its dust jacket covered in scars.
The New York Times
· ‘The Death of Vivek Oji,’ by Akwaeke Emezi: An Excerpt →
When Ahunna’s wound healed, it left a scar on the instep of her foot—a dark brown patch shaped like a limp starfish.