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Read preview"Fly Me to the Moon," Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum's new romantic comedy-drama about faking the moon landing, is fictional but draws on some true historical events. The White House eventually tasks Kelly with filming a fake moon landing in case the real one fails. Apollo 11 spaceship launch director Cole Davis (Tatum) opposes Kelly's plan, believing it will discredit NASA's efforts. This storyline leans into the conspiracy theory that NASA faked the US moon landing in 1969. But there's no evidence to suggests NASA or any network tried to fake the moon landing.
Persons: , Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum's, Kelly Jones, Johansson, Kelly, Cole Davis, Tatum, NASA's, Bill Kaysing, Greg Berlanti, Berlanti, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, Cole, Nick Dillenburg, Christian Zuber, Colin Woodell, Ed White, Roger Chaffee, Gus Grissom, Nikita Khrushchev, Yuri Gargarin, Henry Smalls, Ray Romano, Dan McFadden, Sony Pictures Kelly didn't, David Meerman Scott, Richard Jurek's, Armstrong's Organizations: Service, Business, NASA, Hollywood, Entertainment, Sony Pictures, Television, Sony Pictures NASA's Locations: USSR, Cape Kennedy, Florida, Christian, Vietnam
Less than weighty in the comedy part of its equation, the film largely works as a vehicle for Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum, even without completely sticking the landing. In classic fashion, they are of course instantly drawn to each other, creating the need to erect barriers in order to keep them apart. Scarlett Johansson plays a marketing expert recruited by NASA in "Fly Me to the Moon." Perhaps foremost, “Fly Me to the Moon” possesses appealing virtues consciously plucked from the past, then adorns them with modern baubles. “Fly Me to the Moon” premieres July 12 in US theaters.
Persons: Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Johansson, Woody Harrelson, Nixon, there’s, Cole Davis, Tatum, Johansson’s Kelly Jones, Dan McFadden, Neil Armstrong, Greg Berlanti, Rose Gilroy, Deadpool, Berlanti, “ Love, Simon ”, Faye Dunaway, it’s, Mike ” Organizations: CNN, NASA, Sony, Apple Locations: Lost
“Fly Me to the Moon” is the kind of movie that isn’t supposed to succeed in theaters anymore, at least if you listen to franchise-obsessed studio executives. And “Fly Me to the Moon” is part drama, part comedic caper, part romance, part fiction and part true story. Particularly in the summer, studios prefer to serve up mindless popcorn movies aimed at teenagers. “Fly Me to the Moon” is entertainment for thinking adults, the kind that Mike Nichols (“Working Girl”) and James L. Brooks (“Broadcast News”) made in the 1980s. So the question must be asked: How on earth did “Fly Me to the Moon” manage to score a wide release in theaters at the height of blockbuster season?
Persons: Woody Harrelson, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, , Mike Nichols, James L, Brooks Organizations: NASA Locations: United States, Canada
Wuhan is the largest operational region for Baidu's Apollo Go, one of the largest robotaxi operators in China. CNBC was unable to independently verify the document, which claimed the taxi company had to stop operating four of its 159-car fleet since April due to falling income. Ride-hailing drivers on the riseA surge of new companies and ride-hailing drivers have meanwhile prompted some local governments to restrict the industry. China had more than 7 million registered ride-hailing drivers as of the end of May, according to the Ministry of Transport. In comparison, the U.S. had nearly 400,000 taxi and ride-hailing drivers, shuttle drivers and chauffeurs in 2022, according to the latest available figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Persons: Baidu, robotaxis, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Baidu, Bloomberg, Getty, BEIJING, Weibo, CNBC, Ministry of Transport, Bureau of Labor Statistics Locations: Wuhan, San Francisco, Phoenix , Arizona, Beijing, Guangzhou, robotaxis, China, Wuhan city, Guyuan, Ningxia, Guiyang, That's, U.S
"We've had a tremendous amount of interest [from private equity firms], and we believe this could make sense for us in a limited fashion, probably no more than 10% of a team. The National Football League is considering allowing minority private equity ownership for its 32 teams of up to 10%, Commissioner Roger Goodell said in an exclusive CNBC interview Thursday. "I think it may be leading to some rethink into the consideration of letting private equity, as an example, or institutional investors into the NFL." Private equity incentives around reaching investment targets and exit thresholds could alter the motivations for ownership in ways that make the bigger sports leagues uncomfortable. Private equity firms, tasked with finding investment vehicles to make returns on their assets under management, may be better suited to minority ownership.
Persons: Roger Goodell, Goodell, CNBC's Julia Boorstin, We've, Josh Harris, Harris, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Magic Johnson, Eric Schmidt, David Blitzer, They're, Ted Leonsis, You'll Organizations: National Football League, Allen & Company Sun Valley, National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, NFL, Allen & Co, Sun Valley Conference, CNBC, Apollo Global Management, Washington, Summit, Washington , D.C, NBA, Blackstone Group, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils, Women's Soccer League, Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics, ESPN Locations: Sun Valley , Idaho, Washington ,
Read previewDespite its French headquarters, Capital Fund Management has long been connected to the US. Advertisement"There's no way around the US" as a quant fund, he explained, which use a vast amount of data and historical trends to inform computer-driven investment strategies. Alternative managers have turned to the private wealth channel for capital increasingly in recent years, mostly driven by large private equity firms like Blackstone, Apollo, and KKR. Tiger cubs like Tiger Global and Coatue have had long-standing relationships with JPMorgan's private wealth unit. Quant funds operate in a similar fashion, he said, and the firm thinks this can be translated to a broader audience than just longtime hedge-fund allocators.
Persons: , Philippe Jordan, Jordan, Stifel, Blackstone, Bobby Jain's, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, there's Organizations: Service, Capital Fund Management, Business, CFM, Stratus, Apollo, KKR, Products, Abu, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, UBS, HSBC, Bloomberg Locations: New York, Chicago, London, America, Paris, Louis, Abu Dhabi
Read previewA former safety employee at OpenAI said the company is following in the footsteps of White Star Line, the company that built the Titanic. Was the path that OpenAI was on more like the Apollo program or more like the Titanic?" Apollo vs TitanicAs Saunders spent more time at OpenAI, he felt leaders were making decisions more akin to "building the Titanic, prioritizing getting out newer, shinier products." OpenAI did not immediately respond to a request for comment sent outside regular business hours by Business Insider. Meanwhile, OpenAI cofounder and former chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, who led the firm's superalignment division, resigned later that month.
Persons: , OpenAI, William Saunders, OpenAI's, Alex Kantrowitz's, Saunders, Ilya Sutskever, JACK GUEZ, Kantrowitz, he's, Saunders — Organizations: Service, White Star Line, Business, Artificial, Intelligence, White Star, Apollo, NASA, BI, OpenAI, Getty, Tech, Apple, Google, Superintelligence Inc Locations: OpenAI, Russia, AFP
In terms of revenue, LegalZoom now expects between $675 million and $685 million for the full year. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing — The chip stock advanced 3% following the company's revenue results . Though the company's reported T$207.87 billion for the month of June was a 9.5% decrease from last month, it was a 32.9% increase from the year-ago period. For January through June this year, the company reported T$1.27 trillion, which is a 28% increase from the same period last year. Carvana — Shares of the online car seller added 5% after Needham upgraded the stock to buy from hold.
Persons: LegalZoom.com, Dan Wernikoff, Jeffrey Stibel, LegalZoom, Carvana, Needham, robotaxi, , Alex Harring, Fred Imbert, Samantha Subin, Pia Singh, Michelle Fox, Darla Mercado Organizations: Intuit —, Intuit, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Baidu, Street Journal, Shanghai, Mastercard, Visa, Bank of America, Manchester United, BioSciences, Analysts, Illumina, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, Argus, UBS, Science, AMD, Silo Locations: China, Shanghai, Hoka, Europe
Commercial real estate values have been on the decline in the US. Related storiesBanks, meanwhile, are quietly shedding exposure to commercial real estate debt. AdvertisementInvestors have been watching the commercial real estate industry since the pandemic when the work-from-home trend cleared offices of workers. Some real estate veterans are calling for a major correction in the industry. The commercial property sector, in particular, could see a wave of bankruptcies and properties with forced sales, according to Kiran Raichura, the deputy chief property economist at Capital Economics.
Persons: , Banks, Goldman Sachs, Torsten Slok, Moody's, Kiran Raichura, Raichura Organizations: Service, Bloomberg, Business, Deutsche Bank, New York Times, Capital Economics Locations: North America, American
Helen of Troy — The housewares stock plummeted nearly 28%, hitting a new 52-week low during the session. The company posted an earnings miss for its first quarter of fiscal 2025 before the bell, earning 99 cents per share, excluding items. Lucid — The electric vehicle company's stock added nearly 1% after rallying about 8% in the previous session. Lucid jumped after the firm said it delivered 2,394 vehicles in the second quarter, marking a 70% year-over-year increase. Tesla — Shares of the electric vehicle company popped more than 4%.
Persons: Blackwell, Helen of Troy —, FactSet, UiPath, Lucid, Eli Lilly's Mounjaro, Eli Lilly, Morgan Stanley, Corning, Yun Li, Pia Singh, Sarah Min, Darla Mercado Organizations: Nvidia, UBS, BP — U.S, Novo Nordisk, Novo Nordisk's Ozempic, Sony, Paramount, National Amusements, Skydance Media, Apollo, CNBC Locations: Novo
The Avro Arrow, also known as the CF-105, had a lot resting on its wings. To this day, 65 years later, the Avro Arrow remains one of Canada’s biggest collective regrets and still fuels public discourse, as recently unveiled documents have shed some light on exactly what happened to the doomed project. As a result, thousands of jobs were lost and Avro Canada eventually collapsed entirely. Another says Canadian intelligence analysts deliberately misconstrued information to support a decision that the government had essentially made, providing an excuse for it. “They decided they wanted a big new fancy plane, so they came up with all the operational requirements largely in isolation, without really paying attention to what the reports were saying.”By the late 1950s, he adds, the Arrow arrow was getting very expensive and quite delayed.
Persons: , Richard Mayne, ” Mayne, , Mayne, didn’t, John Diefenbaker, Alan Barnes, Barnes, Keith Beaty, Dan Aykroyd, Crawford Gordon, Arrow, John Burzynski, ” Burzynski, Burzynski Organizations: CNN, Avro, Royal Canadian Air Force, Arrows, Soviet Union, DND, ” Aircraft, , Sputnik, , CF, NASA, Ottawa’s Carleton University, Soviets, Chiefs, Staff Committee, Canadian Air and Space Museum, Toronto Star, CBC, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Reynolds, Springbank Airport, Canada Aviation, Space Museum, Canadian Aviation and Space Museum, Arrow Locations: Canada, Soviet, Soviet Union, North America, Avro Canada, American, United, United States, Canadian, Wetaskiwin , Alberta, Muskoka , Ontario, Calgary –, Ottawa, Lake Ontario
CNN —Paramount Global—the sprawling media empire behind CBS, MTV, and one of Hollywood’s most storied movie studios—has agreed to merge with technology scion David Ellison’s Skydance Media, ending years of speculation over the company’s fate. The complicated transaction will see Skydance first buy National Amusements, then merge with Paramount, valuing Skydance at $4.75 billion. The combined company will be helmed by Ellison as chief executive and former NBCUniversal chief Jeff Shell as president. The deal caps a tumultuous and protracted saga that began in December, with the two companies entering into exclusive negotiations in April, resulting in the ouster of longtime Paramount chief executive Bob Bakish. In the meantime, the company has been run by a triumvirate of leaders: Brian Robbins, chief executive of Paramount Pictures; Chris McCarthy, chief executive of Showtime and MTV Entertainment Studios; and George Cheeks, chief executive of CBS.
Persons: , David Ellison’s Skydance, Ellison, Shari Redstone’s, Sumner Redstone, Jeff Shell, Bob Bakish, Brian Robbins, Chris McCarthy, George Cheeks, Robbins, , ” Robbins, David Ellison, Larry Ellison, ” Redstone, Paramount’s Organizations: CNN, Paramount, CBS, MTV, David Ellison’s Skydance Media, Amusements, National, Paramount Pictures, Showtime, MTV Entertainment Studios, Comedy Central, Netflix, BET, Sony Pictures, Apollo Global Management, Sony, Apollo, Redstone, Skydance Media
CNN —The grasslands, glaciers and snow-tipped peaks of the Tibetan Plateau are breathtaking, but the vast expanse in Central Asia is also one of Earth’s harshest environments. Archaeologists long believed the Tibetan Plateau — more than 13,000 feet (about 4,000 meters) above sea level — was one of the last places on the planet to be settled. We are familyBaishiya Karst Cave is seen at the edge of Ganjia Basin on the Tibetan Plateau. Now, Baishiya Karst Cave, on the northeastern edge of the Tibetan Plateau, is helping answer many questions about who the Denisovans were. The analysis is shedding light on how the extinct humans thrived in the ice age environment for more than 100,000 years.
Persons: Bill Nelson, BRIN, Gerard Talavera, nestmates, Ashley Strickland, Katie Hunt Organizations: CNN, Lanzhou University Researchers, China National Space Administration, NASA, Apollo, FBI, BRIN Google, Scientists, Botanical Institute of Barcelona, CNN Space, Science Locations: Central Asia, Ganjia, Siberia, Tibetan, China, what’s, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, Delta, Guiana, Talavera, Spain, , Massachusetts
CNN —As the game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” suggests, actor Kevin Bacon is pretty famous, and has been for a long time. “I went to a special effects makeup artist, had consultations, and asked him to make me a prosthetic disguise,” Bacon told the outlet. He told Vanity Fair that as an actor, he’s never hesitated to play the darker roles, since to him, “this is what an actor is. “If you go to a movie like ‘MaXXXine’ or ‘Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F,’ and I die and you stand up and cheer, I’m like, ‘Great. “Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F” is streaming now on Netflix.
Persons: Kevin Bacon ”, Kevin Bacon, – who’s, Axel F ”, ” –, , ” Bacon, , , he’s, I’m, , Axel F Organizations: CNN, Beverly Hills, Netflix Locations: Beverly, Los Angeles
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email'No reason for Fed to cut rates at this moment', says Apollo Global's Torsten SlokTorsten Slok, Apollo Global Management chief economist, joins 'Closing Bell Overtime' to talk the economy's trajectory for the second half of the year and if a rate cut is imminent or off the table.
Persons: Apollo Global's Torsten Slok Torsten Slok Organizations: Apollo Global Management
It's time for the Fed to cut rates at the end of July. Add to that the moderation in the consumer price index , the producer price index and the personal consumption expenditures price index – the Fed's preferred inflation gauge – and the need to wait for further signs of improvement seems like overkill. Also, if the Fed dials back policy later – rather than sooner – there will be claims of political interference if it cut rates immediately before the presidential election. The central bank has been dealing with an economy-crashing pandemic, a surge in prices and uncertainty over how its policies would affect the broad economy, inflation and consumer behavior over time. This is a factor that will likely drive inflation rates lower.
Persons: Adrian –, , Mickey, Dow Jones, Joe Biden, Adrian . Go, Ron Insana Organizations: Federal Reserve, Fed, Dow, New York Federal, Atlanta, CNBC
Getty Images; Shutterstock; BIThe traditional path to private equity starts with an investment banking job out of college. In 2023, private equity firms started reaching out in July before junior investment bankers finished their summer training. But at its core, private equity is in the business of making money by buying and running companies. Samantha Lee/InsiderA small group of headhunters and other advisors hold power over the private equity recruitment process. More on private equity pay and hiring:Have private equity's 'Hunger Games' recruiting tactics gone too far?
Persons: , Blackstone, Apollo isn't, Goldman Sachs, it's, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Wharton, Graham Weaver, you've, Samantha Lee, We've, Jon Gray, Drew Angerer, Skye Gould, Steve Schwarzman, Jonathan Gray, Gray, Thoma Bravo, Atlantic's, Carlyle, Warburg Pincus, Wharton's, Axel Springer Organizations: Service, Apollo, KKR, Business, Getty, CPA, BI, Alpine Partners, Alpine's, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Alpine, of Foreign Labor, Bain Capital, Blackstone, Harvard, Games, Wall, Citadel, headhunters, dealmakers, Private, PJT Partners, Centerbridge, of Michigan Locations: San Francisco, UPenn, Carlyle, Blackstone, Axel
CNBC's Investing in Space newsletter offers a view into the business of space exploration and privatization, delivered straight to your inbox. The first orbital rockets, satellites, and even the Apollo architecture were born of the military and its aerospace contractors. Historically, the biggest defense contractors have long been the winners of the largest space contracts – and that's still true today. The top pure-play space companies get a significant, if not majority, amount of revenue from military work under contracts from the U.S. and its allies. And the importance of military contracts is also going further upstream, as venture capital looks more explicitly toward startups that are winning and delivering on early military deals.
Persons: CNBC's Michael Sheetz, I'm, Peter Beck, Beck Organizations: Pentagon, U.S . Space Force, NASA, SpaceX, Space Force, NRO Locations: U.S, Ukraine, China, Taiwan
New York CNN —Inflation rates in Canada, the EU and Australia have popped higher in recent months. But that disconnect appears to be fading as inflation rates in the US continue to ease. The US also had a recent scare as inflation rates ticked higher. But after a year of the Fed holding interest rates steady at a 23-year high, inflation rates in the United States are once again declining. High inflation readings around the globe are concerning investors, José Torres, senior economist at Interactive Brokers, told CNN.
Persons: , Brent Schutte, Schutte, José Torres, Torres, payrolls, Chewy, Keith Gill, Krystal Hur, Gill, Ryan Cohen, Jordan Valinsky, CSSE Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, EU, Federal, Federal Reserve, Bank of Canada, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management, Interactive Brokers, CNN, Investors, Bank for International, BIS, Securities, Exchange, GameStop, Soul Entertainment, BBC, Sony Pictures, Walmart, Walgreens, Apollo Global Management, Sony, Netflix Locations: New York, Canada, Australia, United States, Europe, Redbox
New York CNN —The parent company of Redbox, those distinctive, red-colored kiosks at grocery stores that sell or rent DVDs, has filed for bankruptcy after enduring months of financial struggle. Filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy could help the company fix those issues if its plans are approved by a court in Delaware. The company’s publishing arm, which produces those ubiquitous self-help books that were once a worldwide phenomenon, isn’t affected by the bankruptcy filing of its entertainment unit. The number of Redbox kiosks has grown to about 34,000 across the US, largely located at grocery and drug stores. Since its 2002 launch, Redbox has rented its 1 billion discs at prices cheaper than cable, according to its website.
Persons: CSSE didn’t, Redbox Organizations: New, New York CNN, Soul Entertainment, BBC, Sony Pictures, Walmart, Walgreens, Apollo Global Management, Sony, Netflix Locations: New York, Redbox, Delaware
CNN —The government of China now possesses something that no other humans have ever encountered — rocks and soil from the far side of the moon. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson told CNN he’s “pleased to hear CNSA intends to share” the materials collected by the Chang’e-6 lunar probe last month. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, shown here during a pre-launch news conference on Boeing's first crewed spacecraft, the Boeing Starliner, on May 3, said he's "pleased" China intends to share the lunar far side samples. China opened those samples to international scientists for the first time last August, and Nelson has given NASA-funded researchers the green light to apply for access. TheUS government has not landed a robotic spacecraft on the moon since 1968, but NASA is currently funding the development of lunar landers by private companies through its Commercial Lunar Payload Services, or CLPS program.
Persons: , Liu Yunfeng, Bill Nelson, CNN he’s “, CNSA, ” Nelson, he's, Miguel J, Rodriguez Carrillo, Bian Zhigang, Nelson, Artemis, Joel Kowsky, Artemis III, Odie Organizations: CNN, NASA, China National Space Administration, Boeing, AFP, Getty, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Apollo, Soviet, Soviet Union —, , Beijing, Orion, Kennedy Space Center, NASA NASA, SpaceX, Payload Services, Astrobotic Technologies Locations: China, United States, Beijing, Soviet Union, Nelson, Florida
Hotshot Wall Street lawyers are now so in demand that bidding wars between firms for their services can resemble the frenzy among teams to sign star athletes. In recent years, highly profitable private equity giants like Apollo, Blackstone and KKR have moved beyond company buyouts into real estate, private lending, insurance and other businesses, amassing trillions of dollars in assets. As their demand for legal services has skyrocketed, they have become big revenue drivers for law firms. This is pushing up lawyers’ pay across the industry, including at some of Wall Street’s most prestigious firms, such as Kirkland & Ellis; Simpson Thacher & Bartlett; Davis Polk; Latham & Watkins; and Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. Lawyers with close ties to private equity increasingly enjoy pay and prestige similar to those of star lawyers who represent America’s blue-chip companies and advise them on high-profile mergers, takeover battles and litigation.
Persons: Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, Paul, Weiss Organizations: Blackstone, KKR, Kirkland, Ellis, Bartlett, Latham, Watkins, Garrison, Lawyers Locations: Rifkind, Wharton
The on-cycle recruiting process is not easy on these young bankers, who are often already working 80+ hour weeks in their new investment-banking jobs. The conventional wisdom on Wall Street has always been that the most hawkish PE firms walk away with the most impressive candidates. Odyssey doesn't participate in on-cycle recruiting because it prefers to fill positions in what is known as "off-cycle," or the months that follow the initial recruiting process. It all leaves me thinking about the PE recruiting cycles of the future. To be overly cautious, I've already penciled in a calendar reminder for 2025: "Monitor for PE recruiting cycle kickoff."
Persons: Thoma, Goldman Sachs, haven't, Emmalyse Brownstein, Anthony Keizner, They're, Keizner, spokespeople, , I've, I'm Organizations: Service, Wall, Business, Apollo, KKR, Thoma Bravo, JPMorgan, Search, Rice, BI, TPG, Bain Capital Locations: freaked, New York City, New York, Clayton, Dubilier, Thailand
Paris CNN —True to his theatrical form, Thom Browne’s fall 2024 couture show opened with spectacle. The collection featured couture made from muslin "toiles" as well as intricate embroidery and needlework in gold, silver and bronze. Thom Browne (which has, since 2018, been part of Zegna group who own a 90% stake) is also a ready-to-wear business currently offered in over 300 department-stores and boutiques across 40 countries, as well as in 110 Thom Browne retail stores. “I like to entertain and to ground it in beautifully made clothes.”"The work in progress becomes the final work... Couture," wrote Thom Browne in their show notes, of the decision to use toile in the collection. Kristy Sparow/Getty ImagesPerhaps surprisingly for a couture collection, it was muslin — the simple, lightweight cotton used to create initial mock-ups of clothes (called “toiles”) at ateliers — that comprised much of Browne’s finished pieces.
Persons: Thom Browne’s, riffed, weightlifters —, Francois Durand, Browne, Thom Browne, ” Browne, , , Kristy Sparow, Browne’s, … Couture, Laurel, , David Fisher, Jared Ellner, Emma Chamberlain, Molly Gordon, Sabrina Carpenter, Sabrina, Emma Organizations: CNN, Paris Fashion, Couture, Paris CNN, Getty, Apollo Locations: Paris, France, New
Making matters worse, kidneys from Black donors in the U.S. are more likely to be thrown away as a result of a flawed system that erroneously considers all Black donor kidneys as more likely to stop working after a transplant than kidneys from donors of other races. Research on previous transplants shows that some kidneys donated by Black people are more likely to stop working sooner after transplantation than kidneys donated by people from other races. This could explain the data on Black donor kidney failure rate. And since Black kidney recipients are more likely to receive kidneys from Black donors, this approach could perpetuate transplant disparities. One way researchers are working to identify higher risk kidneys is using the APOLLO study, which assesses the impact of key variants on donated kidneys.
Organizations: CNN, Black, American, Research, Americans Locations: U.S, Africa, West, Saharan Africa
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