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US military orders review as anthrax mishap widens - Reuters

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US military orders review as anthrax mishap widens
Reuters
WASHINGTON The U.S. military said on Friday it discovered even more suspected shipments of live anthrax than previously thought, both in the United States and abroad, and ordered a sweeping review of practices meant to inactivate the bacteria.
Anthrax inquiry widens to 24 labs in 11 states, two foreign countriesLos Angeles Times
Anthrax was sent to Australia, says USSydney Morning Herald
Top Pentagon official orders probe into anthrax mishapFox News
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Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone' - BBC News

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Lung cancer therapy is 'milestone'
BBC News
A lung cancer therapy can more than double life expectancy in some patients, a "milestone" trial shows. Nivolumab stops cancerous cells hiding from the body's own defences, leaving the cancer vulnerable to attack. The results from 582 people, presented at ...
Bristol's Shares Take Hit From Cancer-Drug ResultsWall Street Journal
Nivolumab in Lung Cancer Shows 'Unprecedented' SurvivalMedscape
UPDATE 1-Bristol's Opdivo cuts risk of lung cancer death for someReuters
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Kansas hospital monitoring patient for possible Ebola infection - Reuters

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Kansas hospital monitoring patient for possible Ebola infection
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The University of Kansas Hospital said on Friday it was monitoring a patient for a possible Ebola infection after he returned from the West African nation of Sierra Leone and developed a fever. "The patient is extremely low risk. It's just the fever that tipped the ...
Patient at KU Hospital considered 'very low risk' for EbolaKansas City Star
Doctors say man with fever at KU Hospital has a low risk for Ebola, but are ...fox4kc.com

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'This outbreak is not over': Meningitis case in UO dad - KATU

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'This outbreak is not over': Meningitis case in UO dad
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EUGENE, Ore. -- A man may have contracted meningitis while visiting his daughter on the University of Oregon campus earlier in May, Oregon Public Health said. The 52-year-old man is the seventh person with meningococcal disease since a campus ...
University of Oregon meningitis outbreak grows; student's father diagnosedReuters
'This outbreak is not over': Meningitis case in UO dad - KATUGazette Herald
Seventh case of meningococcal disease linked to University of OregonOregonLive.com
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Cuomo Announces Effort to Protect Nail-Salon Workers - Wall Street Journal

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Cuomo Announces Effort to Protect Nail-Salon Workers
Wall Street Journal
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has little familiarity with the practice of manicures and pedicures, as he admitted on Friday. Aside from having paid for many of his three daughters' salon treatments, “I have no great amount of personal interaction with nail ...
New York Nail Salons Now Required to Post Workers' Bill of RightsNew York Times
Consumers can help nail bad salons: GovNew York Daily News
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Daughter of Bengals' Devon Still has complication in cancer recovery - ABC News

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Daughter of Bengals' Devon Still has complication in cancer recovery
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Leah Still has had a setback on the road to recovery from Stage 4 pediatric cancer, her father, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, said Friday. Leah was recently diagnosed with a serious disease that is the result of a complication from stem cell ...
Devon Still's Daughter Leah Encounters Complication from Stem Cell TransplantBleacher Report
Devon Still's daughter has 'serious complications' after procedureCBSSports.com
Devon Still asks for prayers for Leah in cancer fightWXIX

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A Hooters Waitress Donates Her Kidney to a Customer, Instantly Restores Faith ... - E! Online

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A Hooters Waitress Donates Her Kidney to a Customer, Instantly Restores Faith ...
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Now here's some valid proof that there are real-life superheroes among us. A Hooters waitress at the Roswell, Ga., location by the name of Mariana Villarreal began making headlines after her extremely selfless deed hit the Internet—the young server donated ...
With her workmates ... Mariana Villarreal (right) with Brittany and Amy at Hooters ...NEWS.com.au
Georgia Hooters waitress gives kidney to ailing regular customer she barely knowsNew York Daily News
Hooters Waitress Donates Kidney to CustomerTIME

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Green Tea May Help Prevent Prostate Cancer - University Herald

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Green Tea May Help Prevent Prostate Cancer
University Herald
Green Tea (Photo : Flickr) Green tea may reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a recent study. Green tea may reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a recent study. Researchers led by Nagi B. Kumar of the Moffitt ...
Green Tea May Help Prevent Prostate Cancer - University HeraldGazette Herald
Radiation therapy not much effective in heavy men: StudyUncover Michigan
(add)ventures and Holyfield Team up to Raise Awareness for Prostate CancerGoLocalProv
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Man Who Received Face Transplant Meets With Md. Family That Made It Possible - CBS Local

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Man Who Received Face Transplant Meets With Md. Family That Made It Possible
CBS Local
WHITE HALL, Md. (WJZ) — The man who received the world's most complex face transplant ever meets with the Maryland family that donated it. Those emotional moments — on camera for the first time. Rick Ritter with the newest chapter in that amazing ...
Woman meets man with her brother's transplanted faceThe Straits Times
VIDEO: Sister meets face transplant recipientIrish Examiner
Face transplant patient meets donor's sisterGazette Herald
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Mice with 'amnesia' have memories restored by light - Washington Post

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Mice with 'amnesia' have memories restored by light
Washington Post
New research shows that "lost" memories lurk in the brain waiting to be found again -- in mice, anyway. In a study published Thursday in Science, researchers were able to reactivate memories they'd suppressed, indicating that retrograde amnesia -- where ...
'Lost' memories restored in miceFox News
Scientists Restore Lost Memory in Mice, Shedding Light on AmnesiaYahoo Health
Researchers finds way to retrieve 'lost' memoriesTimes of India
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