Daily Mail - Australia
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Collective Evolution
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I’d found the holy grail: freedom and doing something valuable for the world. We moved, again. I left academia (disenchantment with the politics) and I trained as a yoga teacher, then a yoga educator (using yoga and meditation with teachers and children with special needs). My theme continued: freedom — my choice — who, when, what to teach! Then my two-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer. I officially lost control. Lumbar punctures, surgery to insert a medi-port into his jugular for the chemotherapy, hair loss (“mama there are spiders in my mouthclumps of hair would fall out when he slept), screaming with the pain of urinating chemotherapy drugs, sores, rages brought on by the steroids. Managing his scared four-year old brother’s reactions. Cancer isnt pretty. Pediatric cancer is another whole level of nasty. He survived (now a thriving 11-year-old), but the stress from it did not dissipate.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Politico
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I have heard nothing, I swear to God I've heard nothing,” said one top Obama fundraiser who is close to Biden, and would be open to seeing him jump in. “It's not real until they start calling the major bundlers. Right now, they're just going around having fun being in demand. Biden spent his first few months out of office getting his centers running at the University of Delaware and the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on his cancer moonshot initiative, spending time at his grandchildren’s soccer and lacrosse games. He’s written a little of the book that he’s signed to do, though he keeps agreeing to more events for time that’s supposed to be blocked out for him to work on it. People who’ve been in conversation with Biden say he’s been waiting to let loose to push his vision of attention to the middle class — a mission that isnt, in his mind, in conflict with paying attention to civil rights.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Plymouth Herald
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We've all seen them in our Facebook timelines. Copy and paste this if you dare. Copy and paste if you really care. Copy and paste, don't share.As Cornwall Live reports, they're usually prefaced with 'A study says only 5% of people read a Facebook status right to the end. Copy and paste if you've read right to the end.'They often get you with an emotional hook. For all my friends who've been badly affected by cancerOr they're asking you to discover your porn star name or soap star name or...
Sky News
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is letting the public drive its vehicles. It is asking residents in Phoenix to be part of its early programme to give feedback on technology. Researchers in Australia working on ingestible smart pills to help diagnose gut disorders and colon cancer say they have completed successful trials on humans
ITV
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That's why NIVEA Sun has teamed up with Cancer Research UK to say: ..and: Trust the UK's No.1 suncare brand
Lincolnshire Echo
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A widow who lost her husband to skin cancer is completing the Colour Dash for the charity that looked after him.Julie Swift, 50, is raising money for St. Barnabas Hospice, who provided care for her husband at home in his last months.Chris, a firefighter from Wragby where he was affectionately known as 'Swifty', was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer in 2010. READ MORE: Can you do 35 things to celebrate 35 years of St Barnabas Hospice?He died just seven months later at the age of 45...
Informed Comment
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A level of 410 ppm is consistent with massive warming and seas that are dozens of meters higher than now, which would submerge Florida, Louisiana, the Egyptian Delta, and most of Bangladesh, among other catastrophes. This warming and those disasters will happen over time rather than immediately, since the seas, for instance are cold and slow-moving and will take time to warm up consistent with the current greenhouse effect. In order to muddy the waters and help Exxon-Mobil and the Koch Brothers, the New York Times sold out and hired climate denialist Brett Stephens, who abruptly tossed a set of old bromides about the uncertainty of climate change onto the editorial page. Make no mistake about it. Brett Stephens is a shameless liar, who is deliberately and skillfully deploying the techniques the cigarette companies used to deflect the science on lung cancer.
The Guardian - Network Front
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Lincolnshire Echo
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A widow who lost her husband to skin cancer is completing the Colour Dash for the charity that looked after him.Julie Swift, 50, is raising money for St. Barnabas Hospice, who provided care for her husband at home in his last months.Chris, a firefighter from Wragby where he was affectionately known as 'Swifty', was diagnosed with an aggressive form of skin cancer in 2010. READ MORE: Can you do 35 things to celebrate 35 years of St Barnabas Hospice?He died just seven months later at the age of 45...
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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A COMMUNITY has raised thousands of pounds in memory of a woman who died from cancer last year.
Voice Of America
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Cervical cancer is preventable, yet it remains the most common type of cancer in Africa, the World Health Organization says. WHO data show that Senegal currently has one of the world's highest rates of the disease, with over 1,400 new cases diagnosed each year. The country's health officials have stepped up efforts against the disease with a nationwide campaign to vaccinate girls against the virus that causes cancer. On a recent day at the Philippe Maguilen Senghor health center on the outskirts of Dakar, women lined up for free breast and cervical cancer screenings. The event was run by young Senegalese volunteers from Junior Chamber International (JCI), a nonprofit organization. Sassy Ndiaye waited patiently for her turn. At age 60, this was only the second time she had been tested for the disease. "Before we didn't know about this," she said.
Daily Mail - Australia
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After 18 months of intense treatment on the Gold Coast, Courtney's body was clear of cancer. But she and her husband Mark received devastating news just a few days before Christmas.
Leicester Mercury
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A brilliant new social media keepie uppie challenge is being launched to raise vital funds to stop men dying of prostate cancer the most common male cancer in the UK. It's a chance to show of your skills to your mates on Facebook and Twitter, and help save lives at the same time. The Keepie Uppie Challenge will sweep the nation, with everyone from schoolkids to top football players and celebrities taking part. To join in, simply film yourself (or ask a pal to hold the phone!) doing...
Daily Express - Travel
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Kent Online
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A 13-year-old rising rugby star has died just a week after being diagnosed with cancer.
Daily Express - Health
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A PROMISING tennis player claims a vaccine she was given at 13 to help protect girls against cervical cancer has left her bedridden and in pain for nearly a decade.
Variety
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James Corden presented many laughs along with an award at UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundations 22nd Annual Taste for a Cure event, which honored Yael and Scooter Braun, at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills. They do to cancer what united does to its passengers, they grab it by the scruff of the neck and say get out,” joked... Read more »
Daily Mail - Health
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NewsMax
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Daily Mail - Event
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The loss of comedy partner Rik Mayall. His wife Jennifer Saundersbreast cancer. The suicide of two close friends... no wonder Adrian Edmondson says that turning 60 is tough.
Daily Mail - Health
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