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Drugs That Work In Mice Often Fail When Tried In People

Most potential new drugs don't work when tested in people. It's a major disappointment and it drives up the cost of developing new drugs. One big reason is the use of animals in medical research.

Egyptian Theatre manager Dennis Bartok says this Technicolor nitrate print of the movie Black Narcissus is "a spiritual experience for people who love cinema." Rialto Pictures hide caption

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What's The Issue With Nitrate Film Stock? It's Combustible

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