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Chemotherapy – the invaluable treatment that has saved countless lives of cancer patients through blocking different functions in cell growth and replication – stemmed from the discovery, during World War II, that exposure to mustard gas in conflict significantly reduced soldiers’ white blood cell count, sometimes fatally. The compound nitrogen mustard was studied further by researchers and found to halt the growth of rapidly dividing cells such as cancer cells. This is just one example of humankind adapting a negative discovery into a positive one.

Leaders go last in today’s world

Leaders are leaders, not because they declare it, but because they live it. They never wear it as a badge, but bear it daily as a great responsibility.

An ode to the ordinary

In today’s fast-paced world full of shiny new technology, there seems to be little for the mundane. How do we make the ordinary extraordinary?

Why it’s better to be in beta

‘Beta mode’ often means never actually getting anything made, but always building up a better solution than the first ones can sometimes turn out great.

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