Day: July 26, 2020

Lynk Pharmaceuticals enters exclusive licensing agreements with Kobe University and with RIKEN Research Institute to develop RAS inhibitors with a novel MOA

HANGZHOU, China, July 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Lynk Pharmaceuticals (Hangzhou, China) is pleased to announce exclusive licensing agreements with Kobe University (Kobe, Japan) and with RIKEN Research Institute (Saitama, Japan) to develop RAS inhibitors with a novel MOA. The agreement with Kobe University also includes a joint collaboration which will continue to provide screening and […]

2 execs tied to PhilHealth ‘cash-slapping bonanza’

INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE Protest actions decrying irregularities in PhilHealth, like in this photo taken on June 19, 2019, in the aftermath of the “ghost dialysis’’ scam reported by the Inquirer, may be expected following fresh allegations of corruption in the state-run health insurance corporation. —INQUIRER FILE PHOTO MANILA, Philippines — Resident auditors of Philippine Health […]

Serenading the stranded: PNP defends music treat

LONG WAIT Stranded travelers aiming to return to their home provinces crowd Rizal Memorial Stadium on Sunday night. —RICHARD A. REYES MANILA, Philippines — Drawing sneers from netizens, the Philippine National Police on Sunday sent a music band to supposedly entertain the thousands of stranded people whom the government sheltered over the weekend at Rizal […]

Ka Fidel: A brutally frank peace negotiator

On the eve of the second round of formal talks in Norway in October 2016, the National Democratic Front (NDF) called for a press conference for an important announcement. Longtime peace panel chair Luis Jalandoni has retired from the role and Fidel Agcaoili, his vice chair, would be taking over as chief negotiator. ADVERTISEMENT “Let […]

German cruise firm hires 217 Pinoy seafarers

As thousands of Filipino seafarers face uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 217 newly hired Filipino seafarers returned to Germany last week to resume work in cruise ships. The 217 Filipino seafarers were hired by the German line AIDA Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corp., for its three ships that will resume operations in August […]

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