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Flynn has called Islam a cancer and, falsely claimed that Florida democrats voted to institute Sharia. He believes we are in a war with Islam. Inciting irrational fear of Muslims will both disempower US Muslims and empower ISIS and other extremist organizations. Although Trump's anti-Muslim bigotry appealed to many voters, those whom Trump does not represent in this vicious regard need to speak up. Compassion towards peaceful Muslims, not irrational fear, is in the interest of our national security . We should enthusiastically join hands with Trump and congressional Republicans wherever we can find common ground. But where we cannot--where bigotry and ignorance rear their ugly heads--we need to resist. Trump won the election but he does not represent. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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A man who has battled cancer said he has 'lost his freedom' after his £3,000 motorbike was stolen from outside City Hospital despite parking it near CCTV cameras.Tommy Kelly was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma last May his second time battling the rare disease after he was diagnosed with the same cancer 13 years ago. The 35-year-old was at the hospital's clinical haematology department, in South Road, Sherwood, just before Christmas. However, minutes after he had...
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The government gave hundreds of cancer victims distilled water instead of chemotherapy treatments in the latest scandal to rock the State of Veracruz. Hundreds of victims, including at least 32 children, died under the care of state-run facilities where the fake medicine was administered.
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The first national estimate suggests that nearly half of U.S. men have genital infections caused by a sexually transmitted virus and that 1 in 4 has strains linked with several cancers.
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A BREAST cancer sufferer who had a life-saving mastectomy will be left with differently shaped boobs - after the NHS refused to lift her other one to match.
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S. energy policy. Even as he maintains ties to oil and gas producers, a Perry-led Energy Department is likely to support renewable energy and the tax incentives that encourage its growth, Auerbach and other experts said. Perry, 66, left office in 2015 and then launched his second ill-fated bid for the GOP presidential nomination. He was a harsh critic of Trump, even calling the billionaire businessman a cancer on conservatism, but later endorsed the Republican nominee. Democrats and environmental groups have derided Perry's nomination, calling him a steep drop-off from the two renowned physicists who preceded him as energy chief, Steven Chu and Ernest Moniz. Perry earned a bachelor's degree in animal science from Texas A&M University, where he was also a member of the Corps of Cadets and a Yell Leader. Perry has received support from a surprising source: Moniz, who told reporters that Perry is very intent on doing a good job.
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In modern medicine, doctors dont usually talk about lifes deeper meaning; thats a job for the person in the white collar, not the white coat. However, theres a growing appreciation of the link between healthcare and spirituality: The number of medical schools that offer courses on the subject increased from 13 percent in 1994 to around 90 percent in 2010. Ive seen for myself how a patients beliefs can play a role in her treatment. One case involved 63-year-old S., who was sent to me for cardiac evaluation after a breast cancer diagnosis. Shed initially declined aggressive intervention, but then chose to have a mastectomy, chemo, and radiation. When I noticed the cross around her neck, I asked whether faith had influenced her decision. S. pointed upward. I am not alone on this journey, she said.
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A woman says constant and agonising back pain has driven her to the point of suicide. Samantha Arnold, who lives in the Wyndham Park area of the town, says she attempted to take her own life last week because the pain was getting too much. Her doctors surgery has said the first available appointment is not until the end of January and Ms Arnold said she can't be admitted to hospital without a referralRead more: Breast cancer survivors can 'no longer expect to have cosmetic surgery funded'...
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ET Canada has confirmed that Michael Bublé has cancelled his appearance at the awards show to focus on the well-being of his 3-year-old son Noah and his battle with cancer.
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What was your take on that one? When I played Ali in the quarters, that was his first big match since recovering from cancer, so that was a big one to get up for. The match against Ronnie O'Sullivan, semis at the Masters, he's never lost a semi-here before, so I really got myself up for that, played fantastically and beat him 6-1.
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Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry will appear before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on Thursday to make his case for why he should be the United States next Secretary of Energy. Perry initially ran against Trump in the early days of the contentious Republican primary, even calling his then-opponent a cancer on conservatism. But when Trump announced he was nominating Perry for his cabinet, the president-elect praised his record of producing jobs and lowering energy prices in Texas. However, the energy department also oversees the countrys nuclear arsenal, an area where Perry has far less experience. During Thursdays hearing, he is expected to face tough questions on this lack of experience in nuclear science, as well as about his statement in 2011 that he wanted to close the very department he now hopes to run. The hearing is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. Watch the live stream of the hearing above.
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More than 200 scientists have signed up to a tissue-sharing database designed to reduce the number of animals needed for biomedical research.
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And cataract waits in Wales were 107 days, compared to 58 in England. Cancer waits were broadly the same and there was a dramatic fall in the length of time patients wait for heart bypass surgery in Wales. It is frustrating this see things aren't that much better. But its's no surprise. You can see the pressures the hospitals are under when we're working there.