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Less than 10 percent of people receive effective treatment in the two countries, a report has found, and the burden of disability is higher than in all Western countries combined.
The drug, Tecentriq from Roche, works by using the body’s immune system against tumors, and is the first drug of its type approved for bladder cancer.
The climate expert, John Church, confirmed that he was one of 275 scientists that an Australian science agency said would be dismissed.
Neuroscientists find that when we navigate a train network, our brains split the task into a hierarchy of different jobs - a strategy that AI developers want to mimic.
A new report says that global agricultural emissions must be slashed to prevent the planet warming by more than 2C over the next century.
An assessment identified three areas — in Georgia, Russia and on the Portuguese island of Madeira — that are most vulnerable to a breakout.
The Zika virus could spread to Europe this summer, although the likelihood of an outbreak is low to moderate according to the World Health Organization.
The EU's new Sentinel-2a satellite builds a cloud-free view of Africa as it moves towards full capacity mapping.
A meeting in Tucson brought together an eclectic mix of searchers for that spark that scientists have yet to adequately explain.
For all the heated debate about bathroom access, a central fact remains unclear: how many children in the United States identify as transgender.
Plains All American Pipeline was responsible for a spill of more than 140,000 gallons near Santa Barbara. It denies any criminal wrongdoing.
Life was already organising itself into large communities of cells more than a billion years ago, new evidence from China suggests.
A bright fireball lit up the sky across several states in the US early on Tuesday - and was captured on a police officer's dashcam.
Beautiful places threatened by mass tourism
Britain's first astronaut says the UK risks becoming a "backward nation" if the government does not pay to send more people into space.
Park officials defended the decision on Facebook after a public outcry.
UK universities could find it harder to recruit international students if the UK leaves the EU, suggests a survey.
Smallpox has inflicted untold suffering and death. So why are we keeping it around?
A 'bird whistle' thought to have been used for sound effects in 16th century performances of Romeo and Juliet is discovered at the site of one of Shakespeare's theatres.
In a major genetic study, scientists trace the historic global spread of a cancer transmitted between mating dogs.