Quiffy wrote:Found out tonight that one of my best mates from school is dead from this horrible disease. He was a bit of a genius in my eyes. RIP Jimmy.
Blackwhite wrote:He'll have appreciated it mate, send him a message tomorrow and keep in regular touch. A lot of people IMO seem to just appreciate the normality despite it all. Have no idea how I'd react in the circumstances, but stoicism is amazing to witness in the wild.
I hope he's been given a shot with pembrolizumab or nivolumab.
Proud to be Leeds wrote:This seems like a good idea.
Blackwhite wrote:Proud to be Leeds wrote:This seems like a good idea.
When the PS3 came out, it had a great architecture of GPUs, that Fold@Home made GREAT use of in doing protein structure predictions.
Sign up for these whenever you see them, please!
eric olthwaite wrote:This War In The Blood thing on BBC2 is pretty amazing.
OWETB wrote:New 'Trojan Horse' Anti-Cancer Drug Disguises Chemo As Fat, Tricking Cancer Cells
What do you reckon BW?