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UMich Student Programs Support Afghan Refugees in Ann Arbor

Two University of Michigan student organizations, End the Cycle and the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program (MRAP), are working together to create educational materials for Afghan refugees in Ann Arbor. The program combines the End the Cycle goals of improving education equity and the MRAP goal of supporting refugees by helping …

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Izere prepares a solo art exhibition in the United States | The new times

RWANDAN VISUAL ARTIST Antoine Izere is expected in the United States as he prepares for his first solo art exhibition scheduled for March 18 in Houston, Texas (USA). The exhibition dubbed “STRIDE” was curated by Mitochondria Gallery, an art gallery specializing in the works of emerging and established artists from …

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15 medical societies establish seven guiding principles for the perioperative treatment of acute pain

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and 14 major medical specialty organizations have established seven guiding principles to best address the perioperative management of acute pain in complex surgical patients. The principles were established at a historic Pain Summit, the second of its kind, hosted by the ASA. Every …

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Democrats aim to reset national legislative agenda after Biden speech

US President Joe Biden announces new measures requiring the government to buy more American-made products during remarks in the South Court auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, US, on March 4, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register …

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Opioid fentanyl kills record number of black Americans

Fentanyl, the powerful synthetic opioid that Mexican drug cartels now mix into many drugs sold in the United States, is having a devastating impact on the community, according to a new peer-reviewed study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. According to NPR, this research, based on drug-related deaths from 1999 to …

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president seeks to be globally centered with ‘peace’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Dr. Nyle Fort discussed many topics with SUNY Fredonia students during a Zoom conference last week. Photo submitted Students at the State University of New York at Fredonia and interested community members had the opportunity to learn about critical race theory, protests, democracy and other issues …

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How the Philadelphia pandemic of 1793 foreshadowed the social problems of the COVID-19 era

The last two years of the pandemic have laid bare a deep misunderstanding of public health among our compatriots. As evidenced by the widespread and conspiratorial resistance to vaccination – as well as the constant trickle of misinformation about the pandemic, from social media, pundits and podcasters – contemporary Americans …

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Doctor with sickle cell anemia tells new story of diagnosis and treatment

Growing up with sickle cell disease, Dr Titilope Fasipe met very few sufferers until she returned to Nigeria and met her teenage cousin. His cousin seemed vibrant, healthy and full of life, which made her death at 17 – from a sickle cell-related lung infection – even more shocking to …

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Funds for cleaner water flow to twelve more counties

KENTUCKY – More than $8 million in funding for water, sewer and other infrastructure improvements will soon be flowing to several counties in Kentucky as part of Gov. Andy Beshear’s Cleaner Water Program. What do you want to know Millions of dollars in additional funding was recently announced to improve …

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DaVita Clinical Research Study Reveals Effectiveness of Common COVID-19 Vaccines at Parity for Patients with Kidney Failure

DENVER, February 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dialysis patients who received an adenovirus vector-based COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) had similar rates of breakthrough infection, hospitalization and mortality as dialysis patients who received a mRNA-based vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech), according to a DaVita Clinical Research (DCR) study published online ahead of print by …

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LDH Appoints Melinda ‘Mendy’ Richard as Assistant Secretary of the Office of Aging and Adult Services

The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) today announced the appointment of Melinda “Mendy” Richard as the Associate Secretary of the Office of the Department of Aging and Adult Services (OAAS). Richard most recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Community Preparedness and Health Protection at the Office …

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Welcome to the City of Pittsburgh

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 15, 2022 City of Pittsburgh Stormwater Code Updates Receive Civil Engineering Merit Award from ASCE Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, PA – The City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) have received the 2021 Civil Engineering Merit Award from the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American …

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Indra Nooyi: the living embodiment of an American dream – News

The former CEO and Chairman of PepsiCo was one of the stars of the 14th Emirates Airline Festival of Literature Indra Nooyi. — Photo by Shihab Published: Sun 13 Feb 2022, 22:22 Last update: Mon 14 Feb 2022, 02:23 Many have chased and lived the “American Dream” – but how …

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TTU School of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes New Professor of Immunology | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — Here is a press release from Texas Tech University: Thousands of miles away in southern Brazil, Fernanda Trindade da Rosa grew up in a small, thriving farming community. Little did she know then that her education would lead to training, degrees and a career in …

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Teachers tackle Black History Month, under new restrictions

In rural New Hampshire, a Spanish teacher took down a “Black Lives Matter” sign in her classroom. In Lubbock, Texas, a social studies professor felt that frank political discussions with students became “a bit of a tightrope.” And in Oklahoma City, a history professor started thinking twice about using the …

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Casting Society of America changes name and unveils new logo – Deadline

The Casting Society of America thinks globally. The group celebrates its 40th anniversary with a name change that reflects the expansion of its ranks to include casting professionals living and working around the world. Meet the Casting Society and check out their new logo above. “By removing America from our …

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Carl Hoffman Obituary (2022) – Allentown, PA

Carl A. Hoffman, 93 of Allentown, died February 2, 2022 at Complete Care-Lehigh, Macungie, PA. Carl was born in Lykens, Pennsylvania to the late Joseph and Christine Hoffman. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Rosari R. Hoffman, to whom he was married for nearly 55 years. He graduated from …

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This Bronze Dog Statue By The Famous French Sculptor Could Be Worth Thousands

Our collectibles this month come from France, Denmark, China and the American West, and show a wonderful depth of artistry and skill. An animated bronze statue of a dog and a turtle, an intricately hand-embroidered family textile, a delicate fountain pen and a few charming ceramic pieces each evoke the …

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Food Scientist Threlfall Named ASHS Researcher Emeritus for Southern Region

Photo submitted Renee Threlfall’s research and extension focus on post-harvest processing and storage of specialty crops (wine grapes, muscat grapes, table grapes, blackberries, strawberries, peaches, hops, etc.) and value processing added horticultural crops. Renee Threlfall, a research scientist in wine and viticulture at the U of A, …

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What Pittsburgh’s Fern Hollow Bridge Collapse Can Tell Us About Bridges in Pennsylvania

January 31, 2022 | 10:26 Nearly 20% of Pennsylvania bridges were in poor condition in a 2018 review by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. (Pittsburgh) – Friday’s collapse of the city-owned Fern Hollow Bridge sparked concerns about thousands of bridges across the state of …

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Global Consequences of American Polarization

Another fierce battle unfolded in the US Congress – and came to nothing. U.S. Republicans have once again used the filibuster to thwart legislation aimed at countering new nationwide voting restrictions, and the Democrats have failed to change the filibuster rules to do so. adopt. The saga illustrates the turmoil, …

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United States Artists Announces Class of 2022 Fellows

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Artists from the United States (USA) today announced their class of 2022 Fellows. Last year the class was the largest it has ever been, and this year the cohort is even larger . …

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Getting America Quietly Back on Track | Opinion

Larry French After struggling on January 6 to listen to President Biden and Vice President Harris, and their exaggerated and absurd historical comparisons, and what their administration and the mainstream media like to call an insurrection, I came away with a simple conclusion. Perhaps it is time for our declining …

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George Mavros Obituary (1957 – 2022) – Inverness, FL

George Mavros (PhD), 64, Homosassa, Florida, died at home on Thursday, January 20, 2022. George was born in Adelaide, Australia on October 14, 1957 to the late Sotirios and Angela (Korogiannis) Mavros. George came to Citrus County in 1979 from Clearwater and before that Greece, which he considers his home. …

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Collagen imaging – a new therapy technique

image: Rat heart N-glycans detected by imaging mass spectrometry. Left) Fixed tissue section of the rat heart. Ao- aorta; AV-aortic valve; MV-mitral valve; LV-left ventricle. Right) Three N-glycans with a single spatial location aligned to the aorta (blue), aortic valve (pink), or ventricles (green). see Following Credit: This image was …

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Sydney Poitier: class, spirit and dignity

By Elwood Watson The incomparable Sidney Poitier left this Earth this month, and it’s virtually impossible to detail the impact he had on both the world of cinema and society at large. When Poitier received an honorary Oscar at the 2002 annual Oscars for his monumental contributions to the motion …

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MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST – ADVANCED STAFF Job in Fort Harrison, Montana – Department of Veterans Affairs

The United States government is a massive employer and is always looking for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of open positions in locations across the country. Below is a summary of qualifications for an active and open Department of Veterans Affairs job listing. The opening is for a …

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Fonseca on First-Line and Second-Line Daratumumab Outcomes for Transplant-Ineligible Myeloma

At 63rd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Society of Hematology, CancerNetwork® sat down with Rafael Fonseca, MD, Director of Innovation and Transformational Relationships at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, to talk about an abstract he presented on the use of daratumumab-containing regimens in patients with transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma. …

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ASTRO provides new guidance on the use of external beam radiation therapy for primary liver cancers

A new guideline from the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) provides guidance on the use of radiation therapy to treat adult patients with primary liver cancer using external beam radiation therapy (EBRT). The evidence-based recommendations describe the indications and optimal dosage of EBRT, techniques and treatment planning for patients …

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Mustang Bio announces targeted CAR T data for the MB-106 CD20

WORCESTER, Mass., Jan. 7, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mustang Bio, Inc. (“Mustang”) (NASDAQ: MBIO), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on translating today’s medical breakthroughs into therapies cells and genes in potential cures for hematologic cancers, solid tumors and rare genetic diseases, today announced that interim phase 1/2 data on MB-106, …

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What should a principled conservative do about Trump? (with Mona Charen)

For decades, Mona Charen has been one of the foremost right-wing political writers and commentators. A speechwriter for Republican luminaries such as Nancy Reagan and Jack Kemp, she has worked at the Reagan White House and has been writing a national column since 1987. Believes Donald Trump has “totally discredited” …

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How Racism Early in Life Can Affect Long-Term Health

The scientific evidence is crystal clear: Early experiences literally shape the architecture of the developing brain. This widespread understanding is leading to increased public support for universal kindergarten to improve school readiness for all children and level the playing field for children facing adversity. But here is something less known …

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The art of being a happy pessimist

There is a cult of “positivity” that rules the world. Through countless self-help books, banal social media slogans, and WhatsApp hello messages, this cult will have you believing “Think Positive” is the magic pill for mental health. Pop one to instantly make that glass half empty half full and all …

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From salvaged food routes to joyful murals, the must-see black history tales of 2021

Too many history stories Black communities in the United States and across Europe remain hidden today. This year Dark atlas went in search of some of those overlooked stories of endurance, persistence, ingenuity, inspiration, glamor, joy, and home runs. Here are some of our favorites. There are countless more stories …

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Spin Control: farewell to 2021 and some of its ups and downs

The year started with such high hopes. After all, 2020 was so bad, its replacement had to be better, right? It was better in some ways but worse in others, that’s about how the years go. But looking back from the perspective of the past 51 weeks, here is Spin …

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Writer Joan Didion, columnist of contemporary American society, dies at 87

Musician Wynton Marsalis (left) applauds as author Joan Didion (right) receives an honorary doctorate of letters at the 358th Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts on June 4, 2009. (Reuters / Brian Snyder / File Photo) Author Jeanne Didion, whose essays, memoirs, novels and screenplays recounted contemporary American society, as well …

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Maryland delegation announces nearly $ 800 million in bipartisan infrastructure law funding for state

December 21, 2021 Today, US Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes, Kweisi Mfume, Anthony G. Brown, Jamie Raskin and David Trone (all D-Md.) Have announced federal funding of $ 796,122,349 for fiscal year 22. of the bipartisan infrastructure act to …

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What happens if you test positive for Covid while traveling?

Either way, for better or for worse, these are just recommendations. Some employers, educational institutions, states and counties have additional isolation policies, but few places actively enforce quarantine. Depending on where you tested positive, you might receive a call from a contact tracer. Or maybe not. So what if you …

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The difference between Japan, Korea and the United States

RECENTLY, a Korean journalist stationed in Tokyo wrote a funny article comparing Japan, South Korea and the United States. He recounted his experience in each of the three countries when he tried to change the delivery date of a TV he had purchased. In Japan, the customer service agent was …

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Smith unveils the secrets of nature’s catalysts

When Janet Smith was a student at Indiana University in Pennsylvania, she attended a seminar on the structure, sequence and phylogeny of cytochrome c. “I thought the protein was just wonderful,” she said. “I was fascinated by the structural details and how the conservation of cytochrome c sequences matched the …

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Celebrate the Holidays Safely with Pets

Animals of all shapes, sizes and species celebrate the winter season with us. Whether you’re warming up by the fireside or wrapping gifts, chances are they’re not far behind, ready to lend a helping hand. However, long-standing holiday traditions and activities often present unexpected risks to our beloved pets. Molly …

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New data from SLN124 study on healthy volunteers strengthen

New Data from SLN124 Study in Healthy Volunteers Strengthen Broad Therapeutic Potential in Hematologic Diseases Data presented at 2021 ASH annual Encounter showed dsustained reductions in serum iron and transferrin saturation, strong security profile and long duration of action Datassupport ongoing studies in patients with thalassemia and myelodysplastic syndrome and …

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How Christmas Became a Holiday Tradition | News

Each season the celebration of Christmas has religious leaders and conservatives publicly complaining about the commercialization of the holiday and the growing lack of Christian sentiment. Many people seem to believe that there was once a way to celebrate the birth of Christ in a more spiritual way. Such perceptions …

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Global Breast Reconstruction Market (2021-2028)

DUBLIN, December 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The report “Breast Reconstruction Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis by Technology, Type; placement, procedure and geography ”has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets logo Breast reconstruction has been evaluated at US $ 593.61 million in …

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How Christmas Became an American Holiday Tradition, With Santa Claus, Presents, and a Tree |

As a specialist in transnational and world history, I have studied the emergence of Christmas celebrations in German cities around 1800 and the global spread of this holiday ritual. While Europeans have participated in religious services and religious ceremonies to celebrate the birth of Jesus for centuries, they have not …

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Reviews | What kind of power should the names of New York City have?

Americans have place names on their brains. Amid a widespread push to remove Confederate and Christopher Columbus monuments from our public squares, many began to demand the removal as well of more subtle reminders of systemic racism inscribed in the names of places – streets and towns, bridges and schools …

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Humility and community during the holiday season

Through Kara Sorbel Updated: 42 minutes ago Posted: 1 hour ago Downtown Anchorage, pictured Friday March 26, 2021 (Loren Holmes / ADN) The holidays are upon us, and for many, they will be close to “normal” this year. Our family is still in near isolation until we are all eligible …

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GBT supports the sickle cell disease program of the ASH Research Collaborative Data Hub

WASHINGTON and SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, California, December 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The ASH Research Collaborative (ASH RC), a nonprofit organization established in 2018 by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) and Global Blood Therapeutics, Inc. (GBT) (NASDAQ: GBT) has announced today that GBT will provide a grant of …

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Anthony Broadwater breaks down in tears as Alice Sebold apologizes for false conviction in “Lucky” rape

Eight days after Syracuse man Anthony Broadwater was cleared of Alice Sebold’s rape in 1981, the best-selling author apologized and called the Syracuse resident an “innocent man”. Before issuing his apology to the public on Tuesday afternoon, Sebold’s representatives sent a copy to Broadwater so he could be the first …

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How to help your overmedicated parent

Dear wise elder, My 75-year-old mom is currently taking 16 different prescription and over-the-counter medications, and I’m worried she’s taking too many medications. Can you suggest any resources that can help us?Worried girl Dear worried,Sadly, millions of older Americans take far too many medications today, increasing their risk for dangerous …

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7 science stories to spice up the holidays

Whatever your feelings about the holiday season, it’s here and it doesn’t stop. If you don’t look forward to the reliable traditions that can accompany the celebration, spice things up with science news as a way to break boredom. With these charming and compelling stories, you will impart new wisdom …

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PJTSAU will host the 5th International Congress of Agronomy from today

The five-day congress will define new strategies to address emerging challenges through agricultural research. The Fifth International Congress of Agronomy (IAC), jointly organized by the Indian Society of Agronomy New Delhi and Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU), will be inaugurated on Tuesday. The five-day congress, whose theme will …

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Dysfunction is at the heart of the basic functioning of American society

Compared to most other advanced capitalist countries, the United States is a mess. Our archaic 18th century constitution guarantees legislative deadlock and allows small minorities to block democratic will. Our health care system leaves tens of thousands of people dying every year because they cannot afford treatment, while millions more …

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The Sixth Plenum and the Rise of Traditional Chinese Culture in Socialist Ideology – The Diplomat

Advertising After much expectation from Chinese observers, the sixth plenum of the 19th Party Congress was held in Beijing in the second week of November. During the plenum, the CPC adopted the resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China on the main achievements and historical experience …

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Names in the News: People Shaping the Future of Lake District Businesses – American Press

Fastabend appointed to the board Dr Carl Fastabend, FACC, founder and medical director of the Vein Center of Southwest Louisiana, has been appointed to the board of directors of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine. The organization’s objective is to promote the training of doctors practicing venous medicine …

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No US peaks of animals returned to shelters in 2021

Adopting an animal early in the COVID-19 pandemic was very popular, as stay-at-home orders left people isolated. More than 23 million U.S. households have acquired a pet since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). As …

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Veterans Day – reflection and renewal

Arthur I Cyr Veterans Day, celebrated on November 11, is a cause for contemplation and celebration. Parades featuring people in uniform – those who currently serve, those who have served and others who protect us – should always be welcome. Military uniforms remind us of the role of war in …

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Harwood Named Senior CLASS Women’s Soccer Finalist

History links OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Manhattan College Sydney harwood (Monroe, NY) was selected as one of 10 NCAA® women’s football finalists for the prestigious 2021 Senior CLASS award ®. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable …

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Insitu Biologics INSB200 ™ Poster Voted “Best Meeting” at American Society of Regional Anesthesia Pain Meeting | Business

WOODBURY, Minnesota – (BUSINESS WIRE) – October 28, 2021– The American Society of Regional Anesthesia has selected the INSB200 â„¢ poster from InSitu Biologics as its The best of the meeting presentation in Emerging Technologies for their 20 th Annual Pain Meeting in November 2021. The “Best of Meeting” award …

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Americans celebrate October as Hindu Heritage Month

Americans across the country observe October as Hindu Heritage Month, with more than 20 of the 50 states and more than 40 cities issuing proclamations on it, community leaders said Monday. The first-ever initiative by Hindu groups in the country was hailed by elected officials who issued proclamations and notifications …

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What is possible with the blood test?

October 25, 2021 – Once valued at over $ 9 billion, it looked like Theranos would change the world of routine blood testing. Their claim was revolutionary: using blood from a finger prick, they could perform over 200 different tests. By going to a local pharmacy, someone could get tested …

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Veteran determined to help allies flee Afghanistan

MILWAUKEE— A Wisconsin veteran helps those who helped him on his tour of Afghanistan. Zac Lois is a former Green Beret and US Army Special Forces Captain. His family still lives in the cabin where he grew up spending his summers in Burlington. “I didn’t expect to be sitting here …

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I was a proud banana | Chroniclers

Amber Chia For clarity, I’m referring to the fruit metaphor that classifies individuals of Asian descent as whitewashed. Although they may appear Asian on the outside, their actions resemble those who have assimilated into American culture, hence “white” on the inside. During a snack break in elementary school, I huddled …

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For Dr Tony Radcliffe, volunteering is an art

For a doctor, meeting a patient for the first time can be like the moment an artist first looks at a blank canvas. Dr Tony Radcliffe knows both experiences firsthand. “Medicine is all about solving problems with skills and scientific knowledge,” he said. “Art is solving problems through design, color …

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“Considerable” risk of deformity of the skull in inf

20 October 2021 – Infants conceived by in vitro fertilization (IVF) may present an increased risk of a type of deformity of the skull called craniosynostosis, suggests a study in The Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, edited by editor-in-chief Mutaz Habal, MD, and published in the Lippincott portfolio by Wolters Kluwer. …

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XORTX announces results of COVID-19 from Mount Sinai

CALGARY, Alberta, October 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – XORTX Therapeutics Inc. (“XORTX“or the”Society“) (CSE: XRX | NASDAQ: XRTX), a therapeutic pharmaceutical company focused on developing innovative therapies to treat progressive renal failure, is pleased to announce and share the results of a summary of the American Society of Nephrology Kidney …

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Biden is the first president to mark Indigenous Peoples Day

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden issued the first-ever presidential proclamation of Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday, providing the most significant impetus to date in efforts to refocus the federal holiday celebrating Christopher Columbus towards a peoples appreciation indigenous. Biden also issued a Columbus Day proclamation on Monday, October 11, …

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ABIONYX Pharma announces positive preclinical results in a uveitis model and launches the strategic development of the first class of biomedicines in ophthalmology based on its bio-HDL

TOULOUSE, France & LAKELAND, Michigan, October 07, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Regulatory news: ABIONYX Pharma (Paris: ABNX) (FR0012616852 – ABNX – PEA PME eligible), a new generation biotechnology company dedicated to the discovery and development of innovative therapies, announces today, after having already obtained an orphan drug designation for CER-001 …

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Isatuximab-irfc (Sarclisa) for relapsed / refractory multiple myeloma

Isatuximab-irfc (Sarclisa; sanofi-aventis) offers patients another treatment option and significantly reduces the risk of disease progression or death. Isatuximab-irfc (Sarclisa; sanofi-aventis US LLC) is a targeted monoclonal antibody approved for patients with relapsed and refractory multiple myeloma, the second most common cancer of the blood.1.2 More than 130,000 Americans are …

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Parents: Capital region needs more inclusive playgrounds

An international company that tests the accessibility and safety of surface materials under playgrounds is expected to issue new guidelines this week. The measures proposed by the American Society for Testing and Materials are then benchmarked by the Access Board, which in turn sets the standards for compliance with the …

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Amolyt Pharma Announces Positive Data from AZP-3601 Phase 1 Trial at 2021 American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Annual Meeting

– The company will host a webinar on key thought leaders today, October 1 at 10:00 a.m.ET – LYON, France and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Amolyt Pharma, a global company specializing in the development of therapeutic peptides for rare and related endocrine diseases, today announced the …

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