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  1. Hitchhiking not for everyoneRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | MassLive.com

    On my maiden voyage west with my brother, we picked up lots of hitchhinkers. The first load comprised two hippie chicks, a baby and a guy with no legs.

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  2. Two Sault natives to receive Order of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | SooToday

    Noted cognitive neurologist Dr. Sandra Black, and Morley Torgov, the Canadian novelist famous for his short story collection A Good Place to Come From are among the 2015 recipients named this week to be named to the Order of Canada. The following is a release from Governor General David Johnston, who grew up in the Sault, and the full list of this year's appointments: His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced today 100 new appointments to the Order of Canada.

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  3. Third Circuit Greenlights Thalidomide Client InterviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Law.com

    The Third Circuit has refused Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro's request to stop court interviews of 31 firm clients inquiring whether they are willingly dismissing their thalidomide claims against GlaxoSmithKline and others.

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  4. Addressing the Science?Read the original story

    Mar 7, 2015 | Scoop

    This week two new publications add to the rising mountain of studies showing that the toxic chemical and genetically engineered cocktails in our foods are causing a health crisis. The first, a new comprehensive study published in scientific journal Carcinogenesis has found that low dose exposure to cocktails of chemicals that have been deemed 'safe' by regulatory authorities, may be triggering cancer [1].

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  5. What I'd Do Differently: We Interview, Um, Ourselves on Our 60th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Car & Driver

    Car and Driver has been a magazine for 60 years - and a website for 18. It still delivers the best damn automotive journalism on earth, too. We think.

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  6. Study reveals how lenalidomide fights cancer and treats blood syndromeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    A team of researchers with member affiliations to institutions in the U.S. and Germany has uncovered the mechanism by which a cancer fighting drug reduces cancer cells and also helps patients with a blood disorder. They have published the details of their research efforts in the journal Nature .

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  7. Revisionist HistoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Slate Magazine

    Wendy Silvers addresses a rally of parents and teachers who oppose efforts to end the personal belief-exemption on vaccinations, in Los Angeles on April 14, 2015. In a monumental victory for public health , California will no longer allow parents to forgo school vaccinations for their kids because of "personal belief."

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  8. Governor General Announces 100 New Appointments to the Order of CanadaRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Digital Post Production

    These appointments were made on the recommendation of the Advisory Council for the Order of centennial year, to recognize outstanding achievement, dedication to the community and service to the nation. Over the last 45 years, more than 6000people from all sectors of society have been invested into the Order.

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  9. Ruxolitinib Is useful for long-term treatment of polycythemia veraRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Medical News Today

    Patients with polycythemia vera who continue treatment with ruxolitinib for up to 80 weeks appear to have durable hematocrit control and reductions in spleen volume, investigators announced at the 20th Congress of the European Hematology Association. "Our data support ruxolitinib as an effective long-term treatment option for patients with [polycythemia vera ] who have had an inadequate response to or who are unable to tolerate conventional hydroxyurea treatment," Jean-Dr. Jacques Kiladjian, professor of clinical pharmacology at Paris Diderot University in Paris, France, said.

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  10. Doctor who opposed thalidomide in U.S. named to Order of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Globe and Mail

    Dr. Frances O. Kelsey, pictured here in the 1960s, spent most of her career at FDA overseeing scientific investigations of drugs. Dr. Frances O. Kelsey, pictured here in the 1960s, spent most of her career at FDA overseeing scientific investigations of drugs.

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  11. Harvard doc warns against lifting restrictions on marketing drugs for off-label useRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Medical News Today

    "The summer of 2015 could mark the beginning of a step back to the pre-1960s era for prescription drugs," warns Jerry Avorn M.D., Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Division of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics at Brigham and Women's Hospital, referencing the thalidomide tragedy of that era that prompted Congress to give the FDA new authority over regulating prescription drugs. This summer, the FDA will hold a public meeting to discuss whether its restrictions on what drug manufacturers can claim about their products improperly infringes the freedom of those companies.

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  12. Don Vincent: Stopping the Nicola Valley from becoming B.C.'s toiletRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Georgia Straight

    It came as quite a shock to the First Nations of the Nicola Valley. Big-city sewer sludge had been dumped in their traditional, ancestral lands for over a decade.

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  13. How Institutional Conflicts of Interest Exacerbate the Anechoic...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | Health Care Renewal

    As we recently discussed , in May, 2015, the New England Journal of Medicine, arguably the world's foremost medical journal, published an editorial and a three-part commentary arguing that current concerns about the effects of financial conflicts of interest on health care are overblown . On June 1, the Wall Street Journal published a report on the 2015 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology that provided a vivid example of why these concerns should not be dismissed.

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  14. Plaintiffs, GSK Disagree Over Thalidomide Client InterviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Law.com

    While GlaxoSmithKline and the plaintiffs firm leading dozens of thalidomide injury suits against the company have largely agreed on the dismissal of 31 of those claims against GSK, the pharmaceutical company is now diverging from the law firm on an attorney-client privilege issue before the Third Circuit.

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  15. Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia: prognosis and managementRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | CiteULike

    Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia is a B-cell lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma characterized by monoclonal immunoglobulin M protein in the serum and infiltration of bone marrow with lymphoplasmacytic cells. Asymptomatic patients can be observed without therapy.

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  16. New method could help identify 'handedness' of different molecules in mixtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Medical News

    Scientists have demonstrated for the first time the ability to rapidly, reliably and simultaneously identify the 'handedness' of different molecules in a mixture. The research, led by chemists at The University of Nottingham and the VU University Amsterdam, and published in the academic journal Nature Communications , could offer a new technique to easily distinguish whether a molecule is present in a left- or right-handed form.

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  17. New technique to accurately detect the 'handedness' of molecules in a mixtureRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 24 | Medical News Today

    Scientists have demonstrated for the first time the ability to rapidly, reliably and simultaneously identify the 'handedness' of different molecules in a mixture. The research, led by chemists at The University of Nottingham and the VU University Amsterdam, and published in the academic journal Nature Communications , could offer a new technique to easily distinguish whether a molecule is present in a left- or right-handed form.

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  18. 'Scrap water fluoridation plans in Hull' a " Red Labour councillor Gill KennettRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 23 | This is Hull

    Gill Kennett, the only Hull Red Labour councillor at the Guildhall, says the safety of water fluoridation cannot be guaranteed because of a wealth of conflicting evidence. Cllr Kennett, a member of Hull's Health Scrutiny Commission, said: "There is scientific evidence for it and against it.

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  19. Medicinal promise of cannabis needs exhaustive testingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 21 | The Age

    When I was in school, a classmate suffered severe, treatment-resistant epilepsy. It would often strike during the day and with little warning but it was especially bad at night.

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  20. Globe and Mail wins Michener Award for thalidomide coverageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | CBC News

    Thalidomide survivor Mercedes Benegbi celebrates outside the House of Commons after MPs voted to compensate survivors on December 1, 2014. The Globe and Mail has won the 2014 Michener Award for its coverage of the legacy of the drug thalidomide and the experience of the survivors.

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