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Hens could help with drugs production

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Description

Chickens could soon offer a costeffective way of producing high quality drugs to use on patients, new research has suggested.

Period24 Jan 2019 → 7 Mar 2019

Chickens could soon offer a costeffective way of producing high quality drugs to use on patients, new research has suggested.

References

TitleDown on the farmacy
Media name/outletThe Metro
Date of coverage7/03/19
TitleHuman medicines? From a chicken? Now that's clever
Media name/outletDaily Express
Date of coverage29/01/19
TitleGenetically modified hens 'lay cancer-killing eggs'
Media name/outletThe Independent
Date of coverage29/01/19
TitleMedicine hope in egg research
Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage29/01/19
TitleChicken link to drugs findings
Media name/outletGlasgow Evening Times
Date of coverage29/01/19
TitleHens could help with drugs production
Media name/outletCourier & Advertiser
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleChickens help drug research
Media name/outletThe National
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleChicken eggs 'could help produce drugs'
Media name/outletMetro
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleChickens 'could produce drugs'
Media name/outletYorkshire Post
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleScientists hatch plan to make drugs from eggs
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleVaccines 'cheap as chickens'
Media name/outletThe Sun
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleChickens could help drug production
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleDrugs for humans laid in chicken eggs
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleCure is so fowl
Media name/outletDaily Star
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleChickens could help produce quality drugs
Media name/outletDaily Telegraph
Date of coverage28/01/19
TitleDrug test: chickens come first
Media name/outletPress & Journal
Date of coverage24/01/19

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