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Cleveland, Ohio – Volvo and Uber claim their jointly developed vehicles are ready for autonomous driving in the real world. Ford says he’s still working on the problem but is getting closer. Volvo and Uber have been collaborating on driverless cars since 2016, and the companies say the XC90 crossover …

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Lipomedix announces the launch of the phase 1b trial

Givat Ram High-Tech Village, Jerusalem, March 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Lipomedix, a clinical-stage oncology-focused pharmaceutical company involved in the development of an innovative, safe and effective cancer therapy based on a pegylated liposomal drug distribution platform, today announced the launch of a phase 1b multicenter trial (LIPORAD-2018) to identify …

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Epigenomics AG reports on new microsimulation study

– Adherence rates and screening intervals recognized as determinants of successful screening strategies – BERLIN, 02 Dec. 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Epigenomics AG (FSE: ECX, OTCQX: EPGNY; the “Company”), today reported on microsimulation model results indicating that Epi proColon®, an approved colorectal cancer (CRC) screening test for patients who do …

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Delayed adjuvant chemotherapy in older women with breast cancer may be associated with poorer survival

“These data should encourage providers to take appropriate steps to ensure early initiation of chemotherapy,” the authors wrote. Using the SEER-Medicare and Texas Cancer Registry-Medicare databases, researchers identified patients aged 66 or older who were diagnosed between 2001 and 2015 with localized or regional breast cancer. The time between surgery …

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India’s Military Operations Policy

India has witnessed the dirtiest politics in the current elections. Charges of theft and corruption are leveled against opponents regardless of the dignity of the office one occupies, whether in a political party or in government, up to the highest level. Worst of all is the evil skulduggery on military …

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United States has higher incidence and survival of rare cancers than Europe

The incidence of rare cancers is higher in the United States than in Europe, but so is the survival rate, according to a study published in Cancer Medicine. The incidence of rare cancers is higher in the United States than in Europe, but so is the survival rate, according to …

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Chris Habana and Cam4 team up for an immersive and subversive pop-up store – WWD

Chris Habana’s daring jewels dance dangerously close to danger’s profusely pierced lips. With Chrishabana XXX Cam4 bowing today, the designer hooks up to the adult cam site and adds another layer to his subversive work. A 2,000-square-foot Chrishabana XXX Cam4 pop-up store, tilting today at 151 Ludlow Street in Manhattan’s …

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Throat cancer: signs, symptoms and complications

Throat cancer is a type of head and neck cancer that occurs in the pharynx or larynx. The throat is important for many vital functions like eating, breathing, and speaking, so throat cancer symptoms can interfere with daily activities. When cancerous tumors develop in the larynx or voice box, it …

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New university gymnasium reopened | The Edinburgh Journalist

A state-of-the-art university gymnasium recently reopened after a £ 500,000 renovation. The renovated Cardio Gym was officially reopened at an event at the Pleasance Sports Center and Gym. The upgrade brings the total number of Precor exercise machines housed in the University’s Pleasance sports complex to 145 – the largest …

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Small benefit observed when adding newly identified risk factors in predicting the risk of febrile neutropenia

Although the researchers observed improvements upon incorporating several new comorbidities into the risk factors for chemotherapy-induced febrile neutropenia, the improvements were small and may not be clinically relevant. The incorporation of several new comorbidities into the established risk factors for febrile neutropenia is associated with a better prediction of the …

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