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@Knuckles yes I got sonic mania on digital on PS4 and have only just bought sonic mania plus on switch as a physical cart. I'm sure origins will sell a million copies fairly easily and a deluxe version with all the content on a physical cart will be released later on

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I'm a little confused at what they are going to be delisting. On steam, the versions of sonic 1,2, and 3&K are a part of the "Sega Genesis Classics Collection" which is also available on other platforms, but on Steam you can pick and choose which games you want to buy. So, will they delist those versions but leave spinal and 3D Blast? Will there be a situation where the sonic games are included on console but not on Steam? Very confusing, I wish they were more specific

Of two new FDA-approved therapies for acute myeloid leukemia (AML), hematologists expect that the FLT3/AXL inhibitor gilteritinib will likely become an integral part of treatment. However, they think glasdegib, which targets the Sonic hedgehog pathway, may have limited utility, because it must be prescribed alongside cytarabine, an uncommon AML treatment option in the United States.

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