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Here is why abortion boosts breast cancer risk

Angela E. Lanfranchi, MD has recently published an article in Issues in Law and Medicine to explain from the viewpoint of breast physiology why induced

Help! FAN versus the ADA on Capitol Hill

SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 Dear XXX:  We need your help urgently. The American Dental Association has just put out a message to their membership urging them to contact their ...
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APEC News - 09-06-14

  High quality employment critical to development cycle: Dung  Issued by the 6th Human Resource Development Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 6 September 2014 – Viet Nam Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on ...
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United Fresh Welcomes Sen. Pat Roberts to The Washington Conference

News Release   For Immediate Release, September 5, 2014 Contact: Ray Gilmer rgilmer@unitedfresh.org 202-303-3425                                     ...
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Register Now: Women Leading Green, Oct 1 @ eTown Hall, Boulder

Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 5:00 - 7:30 pm eTown Hall 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO   Inspiring stories can lead to informed action – and it is with this ...
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Heavy use of cell phones linked to brain tumors - new study

Friday Sep 5, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- A case-control study in France confirms the possibility that using cell phones increases the risk of  primary central nervous ...
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A message from APEC Secretariat Executive Director Alan Bollard

   APEC Bulletin  5 September 2014 If you are unable to view the Bulletin or have images disabled, please click here. APEC propelling SME development to ...
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APEC Human Resources Development Ministers to meet in Ha Noi

  APEC Human Resources Development Ministers to meet in Ha Noi Issued by the 6th Human Resource Development Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 5 September 2014 –  APEC Human Resources Development ...
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FDA approves Keytruda for advanced melanoma - drug news

FDA approves Keytruda for advanced melanoma, First PD-1 blocking drug to receive agency approval For Immediate Release September 4, 2014 Release The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today granted ...
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Bacterial infections linked to Alzheimer's disease

Thursday Sep 4, 2014 (foodconsumer.org) -- Drs. P. Maheshwari and G.D. Eslick at The University of Sydney/Nepean Hospital in Penrith, NSW, Australia published a report ...
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