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Using UNC's expertise to fight emerging diseases


Gilead Sciences, Inc., and Carolina are teaming up to save lives. The biopharmaceutical company sought the University's resources and talents in the development of treatments to control disease outbreaks. Imagine: One drug with the potential to treat MERS, SARS, Ebola, and the common cold. At Carolina, researchers are imagining — and enabling — just that. (UNC.edu)

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