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What does it mean to be human? Philosophers, theologians, sociologists and psychologists have attempted to understand the nature of mankind for ages. Their conclusions often contradict each other which lead to confusion rather than clarification. Clearly Man is a very complicated social being. The Bible tells us that man is “fearfully and wonderfully made.”
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One of the last instructions given by Jesus to the Church was, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel.” (Mark 16:15)

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Merck beats Street 3Q forecasts, hikes 2016 profit forecast

‎Today, ‎October ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎14 minutes agoGo to full article
FILE - In this Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, file photo, a person walks through a Merck company building, in Kenilworth, N.J. Merck reports financial results Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File)Restrained spending and higher sales of vaccines and prescription medicines for cancer and other diseases helped Merck & Co. post a 20 percent jump in third-quarter profit, easily beating Wall Street expectations.

Merck wins early U.S. approval for Keytruda in untreated lung cancer

‎Today, ‎October ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎2 hours agoGo to full article
Merck & Co has won U.S. approval to market its immunotherapy Keytruda for use in previously untreated lung cancer patients two months ahead of schedule, making it the only such drug cleared for first-line treatment. The green light from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), announced by the U.S. drugmaker late on Monday, confirms Merck's leading position in the hot area of medicines that fight tumors by harnessing the body's immune system. Keytruda's latest approval is for treating first-line metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in patients with high-levels of a protein called PD-L1, which makes them more receptive to immunotherapy.

John Oliver tackles America’s opioid problem on ‘Last Week Tonight’

‎Today, ‎October ‎25, ‎2016, ‏‎11 hours agoGo to full article
One of the reasons why HBO's Last Week Tonight is so compelling is because it has a unique knack for taking a topic that most people don't know much about and subsequently doing a great job of informing while also keeping the laughs coming. During the most recent episode of Last Week Tonight , John Oliver and his writers set their sights on America's opioid problem. From heroin overdoses to an increase in prescription pain killer related deaths, America's ongoing struggle with opioids is a serious topic that doesn't typically attract the level of attention it deserves. Thankfully, Oliver was in top form this weekend as he provided viewers with no shortage of interesting data about this growing epidemic. DON'T MISS:  Report claims iPhone 8 will feature a revolutionary new design that no one saw coming "As of 2015," Oliver said towards the beginning of the segment, "an estimated 2.6 million Americans were addicted to [opioids] and they're now involved in almost 30,000 overdose deaths a year in the U.S." Another interesting data point tis that approximately 75% of all heroin users started off with prescription painkillers like OcyContin and Vicodin. Getting to one of the root causes of the problem, Oliver explains: And look, a nuanced discussion between the medical community about the complexities of pain treatment is clearly important. The problem is that discussion became dominated by the pharmaceutical industry who started amplifying the message that opioids should not just be used for acute pain like that from cancer or surgery, but for all sorts of pain like arthritis and backaches. Which makes sense as a motive coming from the pharma industry. The full video is embedded below, and per usual, it's as educational as it is laugh out loud funny. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pdPrQFjo2o

Changes in depression symptoms tied to lung cancer survival

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎11:09:30 PMGo to full article
A man smokes a cigarette as he sits in a hutong, Chinese for small alley, in central Beijing(In paragraph 6, clarifies that 14 percent of 745 people not depressed at baseline, 105 people, became depressed.) By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Worsening depression symptoms are associated with shorter survival for lung cancer patients, particularly those in the early stages of disease, according to a new U.S. study. Conversely, when depression symptoms lift, survival tends to improve, researchers found. “Surprisingly, depression remission was associated with a mortality benefit as they had the same mortality as never-depressed patients,” said lead author Donald R. Sullivan of Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.

Burden of cancer deaths from smoking heaviest in U.S. south

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎11:03:29 PMGo to full article
By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Of all cancer deaths in the U.S., the share that’s related to smoking varies considerably by region, with southern states bearing the heaviest burden, according to a new study. With up to 40 percent of cancer deaths attributable to smoking in some areas and just 8 percent in others, the disparities may come down largely to how aggressively states pursue tobacco control, researchers write in JAMA Internal Medicine, October 24th. “Declines in smoking prevalence have accelerated over the past seven to eight years,” lead author Joannie Lortet-Tieulent of Surveillance and Health Services Research at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta, told Reuters Health by email.

One-fourth of US cancer deaths linked with 1 thing: smoking

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎8:57:40 PMGo to full article
FILE - In this Tuesday, April 21, 2015 file photo, a patron smokes a cigarette inside a bar in New Orleans hours before a smoking ban takes effect in bars, gambling halls and many other public places such as hotels, workplaces, private clubs and stores. A study released by the American Cancer society on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016 shows cigarettes contribute to more than one in four cancer deaths nationwide and the rate is highest _ nearly 40 percent _ among men in southern states where smoking and relatively lax tobacco control policies are more common. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)CHICAGO (AP) — Cigarettes contribute to more than 1 in 4 cancer deaths in the U.S. The rate is highest among men in Southern states where smoking is more common and the rules against it are not as strict.

Embryo Fish Face, Cow Dung & Beetle Feet Win Small World Photo Contest

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎5:49:00 PMGo to full article
Embryo Fish Face, Cow Dung & Beetle Feet Win Small World Photo ContestIn your face! A 4-day-old zebrafish embryo's dour mug nabbed the top prize in the annual Nikon Small World photo competition, which showcases often-unseen wonders of the natural world that can be viewed only through a microscope. Nikon Small World revealed the first-place photo today (Oct. 19) on Instagram — a first for the contest — at @NikonInstruments. Captured by senior research scientist Oscar Ruiz, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the image reveals incredible detail in the embryo's face.

Washington State's smartphone spectrometer detects cancer with 99 percent accuracy

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎2:01:45 PMGo to full article
Washington State's smartphone spectrometer detects cancer with 99 percent accuracyLed by assistant professor Lei Li, a research team from Washington State University developed a smartphone spectrometer that can measure up to eight samples at once. This looks to drastically improve cancer detection.

Genetic Tests That Make a Difference After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎12:00:00 PMGo to full article
Breast cancer was once thought to be one disease. Genetic testing can provide this valuable information. For women diagnosed with breast cancer, two types of genetic tests that can be especially important are genetic testing of the person for BRCA 1/2 mutations and genomic testing of the cancer, such as the Oncotype DX test.

Swimming - Horton on way back after cancer scare

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎5:42:32 AMGo to full article
Swimming - Horton on way back after cancer scare- Olympic gold medallist Mack Horton has had a suspect mole removed from his chest after being alerted to the potential skin cancer by a fan who saw it on television and emailed the Australian team swim doctor. Horton, who won the men's 400 metres freestyle at the Rio Olympics, posted a picture of himself on social media Friday with a bandage covering the area of his chest where he had the mole cut out, thanking the anonymous fan for their "very good call". The swimmer, who became the target of online trolls this year after calling Chinese swimmer Sun Yang a "drug cheat", said he had 10 stitches but planned to be back training on Tuesday.

Mack Horton on way back to swimming pool after cancer scare

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎2:55:58 AMGo to full article
Australia's Mack Horton won the 400m freestyle swimming event at the 2016 Rio OlympicsOlympic gold medallist Mack Horton expects to be back in the pool training this week after having a suspect mole removed from his chest. Horton, who won the men's 400 metres freestyle at the Rio Olympics, was alerted to the potential skin cancer by a fan who saw it on television and emailed the Australian team swim doctor. The swimmer, who became the target of online trolls this year after calling Chinese swimmer Sun Yang a "drug cheat", said he had 10 stitches but planned to be back training on Tuesday.

Facebook has re-approved a breast cancer awareness ad after initially blocking it for its content

‎Yesterday, ‎October ‎24, ‎2016, ‏‎12:24:17 AMGo to full article
Facebook has re-approved a breast cancer awareness ad after initially blocking it for its contentA few days after Swedish cancer charity Cancerfonden posted an informational ad titled “Get to know your breasts” which featured pink cartoon circles to symbolize breasts, the social network removed the post.

Cecilia Hart, Actress and Wife of James Earl Jones, Dies at 68

‎Saturday, ‎October ‎22, ‎2016, ‏‎9:39:45 PMGo to full article
Cecilia Hart, Actress and Wife of James Earl Jones, Dies at 68Cecilia Hart, an actress of stage and screen and the wife of actor James Earl Jones, died Sunday after a one-year battle with ovarian cancer. The two met on the 1979-80 Steven Bochco series Paris, in which Jones played Los Angeles Police Captain Woody Paris and Hart portrayed a young detective, Sgt. Stacey Erickson.

First woman to conquer Everest dies aged 77: reports

‎Saturday, ‎October ‎22, ‎2016, ‏‎4:04:12 PMGo to full article
Junko Tabei was the first woman to conquer Mount Everest, reaching its peak in 1975The first woman to conquer Mount Everest, Junko Tabei of Japan, has died aged 77, media reported Saturday. Tabei died of peritoneal cancer on Thursday at a hospital in Saitama, north of Tokyo, Japan's public broadcaster NHK and Kyodo News said, quoting her family.

Merck's Keytruda succeeds in key bladder cancer trial

‎Friday, ‎October ‎21, ‎2016, ‏‎1:48:16 PMGo to full article
(Reuters) - Merck & Co Inc said its immunotherapy, Keytruda, helped previously treated patients with advanced bladder cancer live longer in a late-stage study, prompting an independent monitoring panel to recommend stopping the trial early. The blockbuster drug's benefit in patients with urothelial cancer, the most common form of bladder cancer, surpassed that of chemotherapy, meeting the main study goal of overall survival. Bladder cancer occurs when cells in the urinary bladder start to grow uncontrollably.

Facebook apologises for removing cancer video

‎Friday, ‎October ‎21, ‎2016, ‏‎10:33:52 AMGo to full article
Facebook has a ban on posts that contain nudityFacebook has apologised for taking down a breast cancer awareness video because the images were flagged as offensive, saying the move was "an error". Swedish cancer charity Cancerfonden said Thursday that its video explaining to women how to check for suspicious lumps, featuring animated figures of women with circle-shaped breasts, had been removed from the US social networking site. "We find it incomprehensible and strange how one can perceive medical information as offensive," Cancerfonden communications director Lena Biornstad told AFP.

Official: Bridge case witness a 'cancer' on transit agency

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎11:57:11 PMGo to full article
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — A New York official on the bistate agency that runs the George Washington Bridge on Thursday called the government's key witness in a politically motivated lane closing case a "dangerous character" at the agency.

Kids 11-12 need just two doses of cancer vaccine

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎10:58:30 PMGo to full article
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said two doses of HPV vaccine in "younger adolescents produced an immune response similar or higher than the response in young adults who received three doses," which could encourage more vaccinationsKids aged 11-12 should get only two doses of a vaccine to prevent cancers caused by human papillomavirus, instead of the previously recommended three shots, US health authorities said Thursday. The updated recommendation from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is based on research that shows younger adolescents can get similar protection that way, and may be more likely to get vaccinated if fewer shots are required. HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection that can cause cancers of the head, neck, cervix, penis and anus.

Woman gets chemo treatment, promptly slays joyful choreography

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎7:38:35 PMGo to full article
Woman gets chemo treatment, promptly slays joyful choreographyThis woman knows how to take advantage of every cloud's silver lining. Ana-Alecia Ayala, who is currently fighting rhabdomyosarcoma, shared a video on Instagram of herself and a buddy absolutely slaying some dance moves while Ayala was at a chemo treatment. SEE ALSO: A breast cancer survivor is using stunning body art to reclaim her body Please enjoy their impressive choreography and the sounds of "Juju on That Beat," a song that people often film themselves dancing to and post online. Who says cancer and chemo have to get get you down? We'll have the last laugh!! Having an awesome chemo buddy like @danilax21 who is ALWAYS down for a dance party helps too!! We want to show the world that dancing and laughter is the BEST medicine. We are #AnaStrong !! #JujuOnThatBeat #ICantDance #JustForFun #ChemoSucks #NoHairDontCare #CancerAwareness #Chemo #JujuOnThatChemo #dancing #DanceTherapy @theellenshow @lovely.mimi_ @teaalert @spiritualword @cody_sattler @thefitnessmarshall @su2c @ihadcancer @americancancersociety @stupidcancer @prettygirlswithcancer A video posted by Ana-Alecia (Fernandez) Ayala (@anaaleciaayala) on Oct 18, 2016 at 11:34am PDT "Who says cancer and chemo have to get get you down? We'll have the last laugh!!" Ayala wrote on Instagram. "Having an awesome chemo buddy like @danilax21 who is ALWAYS down for a dance party helps too! We want to show the world that dancing and laughter is the BEST medicine." If you are feeling inspired by Ayala's positivity, she has a GoFundMe to help raise money to cover her treatment costs. Mashable has reached out to Ana-Alecia Ayala for comment and will update this story if she responds.

Doctors think you don’t use enough sunscreen

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎7:11:03 PMGo to full article
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Even though most dermatologists recommend sunscreen to prevent skin cancer and premature aging of the skin, nearly all of them believe patients aren’t getting the message, a small U.S. study suggests. “There is an understandably long list of reasons most people do not use or apply enough sunscreen: the lotion is uncomfortable, inconvenient to apply, not always readily available, expensive and the list goes on,” said lead study author Dr. Aaron Farberg of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. “However, we know that solar UV causes skin cancer, so as dermatologists we want to encourage our patients to continually improve their sun protection,” Farberg added by email.

Roche bid for Avastin follow-on suffers blow with trial failure

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎4:57:03 PMGo to full article
The logo of Swiss pharmaceutical company Roche is seen outside their headquarters in BaselSwiss drugmaker Roche's bid to follow its blockbuster cancer drug Avastin with a newer, better drug took a hit when it announced on Thursday that an investigational therapy had failed in a study against metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). Roche had been hoping vanucizumab would win approval as a stand-alone follow-up drug for Avastin, once its U.S. patent protections expire come 2019 and biosimilar copies emerge. "We set the bar very high and it did not achieve that bar," O'Day said, adding Roche would press on with additional trials of vanucizumab.

Roche bets on new cancer drugs to offset patent expiries

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎4:53:25 PMGo to full article
Roche tablets are seen in this photo illustration shot in ZenicaBy John Miller ZURICH (Reuters) - Roche said on Thursday strong sales of new medicines like cancer immunotherapy drug Tecentriq would help to sustain the company's growth as patents on older drugs start to expire. Chief Executive Severin Schwan is betting he can stay ahead of the sales erosion with new medicines that include five launched in 2016 alone. "That is an unprecedented number of launches of new medicines in a short period of time," Schwan said on a conference call after Roche reported third-quarter sales figures.

Outcry as Facebook removes Swedish breast cancer video

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎4:47:21 PMGo to full article
Facebook has a ban on posts that contain nudityFacebook has removed a video on breast cancer awareness posted in Sweden because it deemed the images "offensive", the Swedish Cancer Society said Thursday. The video, displaying animated figures of women with circle-shaped breasts, aimed to explain to women how to check for suspicious lumps. Sweden's Cancerfonden said it has tried to contact Facebook without any response and has decided to appeal the decision to remove the video.

Biden outlines progress in "moonshot" for cancer cure

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎1:36:54 AMGo to full article
FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2106, file photo, Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting of the Cancer Moonshot Task Force in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington. Biden will speak Wednesday, Oct. 19, about the so-called "Cancer Moonshot" initiative at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate in Boston. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)BOSTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the White House's "moonshot" to find a cure for cancer has been making real progress in the past year, but more needs to be done as the nation prepares to elect a new president.

Preteens need only 2 HPV shots _ not 3, CDC says

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎1:26:29 AMGo to full article
This image made available by Merck in October 2016 shows a vial and package for their GARDASIL 9 human papillomavirus vaccine. On Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016, a government panel said preteens need only get two doses of HPV vaccine instead of three _ a move some hope will raise languishing HPV vaccination rates. Health officials say fewer than a third of 13-year-old U.S. boys and girls get all the necessary shots to protect them against human papillomaviruses (Merck via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — It's now easier for preteens to get the cervical cancer vaccine.

Pre-teens need only two HPV shots, not three, CDC recommends

‎Thursday, ‎October ‎20, ‎2016, ‏‎12:23:08 AMGo to full article
An illustration picture shows a Gardasil anti-cervical cancer vaccine box displayed at a pharmacy in Strasbourg(Reuters) - Two doses of a vaccine that protects against cervical and several other types of cancer are enough for 11-to 12-year-olds, rather than the previous three-shot regimen, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Wednesday. Vaccines against the human papillomavirus, or HPV, Merck & Co Inc's Gardasil and GlaxoSmithKline Plc's Cervarix, have been available for years, but acceptance by the public has been slow. "Safe, effective, and long-lasting protection against HPV cancers with two visits instead of three means more Americans will be protected from cancer," CDC Director Tom Frieden said in a statement.

FDA grants accelerated approval to Lilly's soft tissue sarcoma drug

‎Wednesday, ‎October ‎19, ‎2016, ‏‎9:21:03 PMGo to full article
A view shows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration headquarters in Silver Spring(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday granted accelerated approval to Eli Lilly and Co's drug for treating adults with advanced soft tissue sarcoma (STS). Lilly's drug, Lartruvo, is approved for use with FDA-approved chemotherapy doxorubicin in STS patients who cannot be cured with radiation or surgery or who have a type of STS for which chemotherapeutic agent anthracycline is an appropriate treatment. The National Cancer Institute estimates that 12,310 new cases of STS and nearly 5,000 related deaths are likely to occur in 2016.

Medicare subsidies may help more women stick with breast cancer drugs

‎Wednesday, ‎October ‎19, ‎2016, ‏‎9:17:32 PMGo to full article
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Women on Medicare who get subsidies to help defray the cost of drugs may be less likely to stop taking hormone therapy for breast cancer than those who don’t get financial assistance, a U.S. study suggests. Overall, 27 percent of these women received subsidies through a Medicare program for low-income patients that eliminates or substantially reduces out-of-pocket costs for premiums, co-payments, deductibles and medications. “We found that women with the subsidy (which also means they have fewer financial resources) are more likely to take their medications and continue treatment,” said lead study author Dr. Alana Biggers of the University of Illinois- Chicago College of Medicine.

A comprehensive look at all of Donald Trump’s positions on technology issues

‎Wednesday, ‎October ‎19, ‎2016, ‏‎4:53:44 PMGo to full article
Later tonight, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will square off once again when the third and final presidential debate kicks off at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. If the first two debates are any indication, tonight's event will be long on personal attacks and short on substance. While the debates thus far have straddled the bizarre line of being both entertaining and embarrassing, the end result is that neither debate has presented either candidate with a real opportunity to address important issues in great detail. One such area is the realm of technology. With that said, we figured it was high time to go back and take a look at everything Donald Trump has had to say about issues pertinent to the tech world. DON'T MISS:  These custom wallpapers unlock a hidden glitch in the iPhone’s interface Trump wants to force Apple to build computers in the United States By and large, the vast majority of Apple products are manufactured overseas. As part of his concerted effort to "make America great again," Trump all but said that, if elected, he will do everything in his power to turn Apple's manufacturing process upside down. During a January 2016 speech at Liberty University, Trump said that if he becomes President, he will make sure that Apple "builds their damn computers in this country." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB6_5Bs-QEk “We have such amazing people in this country: smart, sharp, energetic, they’re amazing," Trump said.  "I was saying ‘make America great again’, and I actually think we can say now, and I really believe this, we’re gonna get things coming. We’re gonna get Apple to start building their damn computers and things in this country, instead of in other countries.” That sure makes for a great soundbite, but Trump's remarks here only serve to illustrate his lack of understanding regarding the fundamental  economic realities that govern the mass production of consumer electronics. Trump wanted to boycott Apple after the San Bernardino shooting In the wake of the San Bernardino terrorist shooting that left 14 people dead and many more injured, Apple engaged in a public battle with the FBI over encryption. In short, the FBI wanted Apple engineers to create a custom version of iOS that would have enabled them to bypass the lock screen on Syed Farook's iPhone 5c. Apple vehemently refused, with Tim Cook going so far as to say that the FBI wanted Apple to create the software equivalent of cancer. Speak out on the matter this past March, Trump called on supporters to "boycott Apple" until the company acquiesced to the FBI's demands. “To think that Apple won’t allow us to get into her cellphone?" fired up Trump asked during an episode of Fox and Friends . "Who do they think they are? No, we have to open it. I agree 100% with the courts. In that case, we should open it up. I think security overall — we have to open it up. And we have to use our heads. We have to use common sense. Somebody the other day called me a ‘common-sense conservative.’ We have to use common sense. Our country has so many problems.” https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/700795170023825408 Incidentally, Trump in the days following his proclamation was still tweeting away from his iPhone. Trump was against the U.S. relinquishing control of ICANN Earlier this month, the United States ceded control of ICANN, the organization responsible for overseeing and maintaining the distribution of domain names and IP addresses. In the days preceding the transfer of power to a consortium of international stakeholders, Trump's National Policy Director Stephen Miller explained why the move was worrisome in a note published on Trump's official website. Donald J. Trump is committed to preserving Internet freedom for the American people and citizens all over the world. The U.S. should not turn control of the Internet over to the United Nations and the international community. President Obama intends to do so on his own authority – just 10 days from now, on October 1st, unless Congress acts quickly to stop him. The Republicans in Congress are admirably leading a fight to save the Internet this week, and need all the help the American people can give them to be successful. Hillary Clinton’s Democrats are refusing to protect the American people by not protecting the Internet. The U.S. created, developed and expanded the Internet across the globe. U.S. oversight has kept the Internet free and open without government censorship – a fundamental American value rooted in our Constitution’s Free Speech clause. Internet freedom is now at risk with the President’s intent to cede control to international interests, including countries like China and Russia, which have a long track record of trying to impose online censorship. Congress needs to act, or Internet freedom will be lost for good, since there will be no way to make it great again once it is lost. Trump is against Net Neutrality Trump is not a big cheerleader of net neutrality, as evidenced via the tweet below. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/532608358508167168 The Fairness Doctrine was eliminated in 1987 but you can read more about it over here . Suffice it to say, it has nothing to do with net neutrality in the slightest. Trump thinks T-Mobile has horrible service To be fair, Trump's view of T-Mobile is colored by his heated relationship with T-Mobile CEO John Legere. Still, these tweets are hilarious. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/587043292405202945 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/666057546466111488 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/666060858691346434 Trump wants to close up parts of the Internet to battle ISIS In one of Trump's more peculiar statements about technology, the Presidential candidate late last year blamed, in part, the Internet for the rise of ISIS. While ISIS has undoubtedly used the Internet for recruitment and propaganda purposes, Trump's tech solution in this regard reads as follows: We’re losing a lot of people because of the Internet. We have to see Bill Gates and a lot of different people who really understand what’s happening and maybe, in some ways, closing that Internet up in some ways. Somebody will say, ‘Oh, freedom of speech, freedom of speech.’ These are foolish people, we have a lot of foolish people. We’ve got to maybe do something with the Internet because they’re recruiting by the thousands, they’re leaving our country, and then when they come back, we take them back. Now as for what Trump has in mind when he says that he wants to close off parts of the Internet, well, that's anybody's guess. Driving the point home, here's Trumps remarks on the topic as stated during a 2015 Republican debate. Trump : ISIS is recruiting through the Internet. ISIS is using the Internet better than we are using the Internet, and it was our idea. I want to get our brilliant people from Silicon Valley and other places and figure out a way that ISIS cannot do what they're doing. You talk freedom of speech. I don't want them using our Internet to take our young, impressionable youth. We should be using our most brilliant minds to figure a way that ISIS cannot use the Internet. And then we should be able to penetrate the Internet and find out exactly where ISIS is and everything about ISIS. And we can do that if we use our good people. Q : So, are you open to closing parts of the Internet? Trump : I would certainly be open to closing areas where we are at war with somebody. I don't want to let people that want to kill us \use our Internet. Trump is an advocate of surveillance to combat terror In the interest of thwarting terror attacks, Trump has stated on a few occasions that surveillance is an effective technique law enforcement authorities should rely on. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/458703994479599617 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/667777348029292544 Trump believes the NSA should be given as much leeway as possible When asked about the NSA during a 2015 interview, Trump said the following: To the extent that the agency can accomplish its mission without violating the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, it should be given as much leeway as possible. However, American citizens are guaranteed certain protections. There must be a balance between those Constitutional protections and the role of the government in protecting its citizens. Congress should continue to be the arbiter of that balance. Trump views cyber warfare efforts from China as a significant threat From Trump's 2011 book, Time to Get Tough : What China is doing on the cyber warfare front is equally alarming. Cyber spying can isolate network weaknesses and allow the Chinese to steal valuable intelligence. China presents three big threats to the United States in its outrageous currency manipulation, its systematic attempt to destroy our manufacturing base, and its industrial espionage and cyber warfare against America. The Chinese have been running roughshod over us for years. Obama claims we can't do what's in our interests because it might spark a "trade war"--as if we're not in one now. Trump's doesn't have a concrete plan to defend against cyber attacks During the first Presidential debate, Trump opined: As far as the cyber, I agree to parts of what Secretary Clinton said. We should be better than anybody else, and perhaps we're not. I don't think anybody knows it was Russia that broke into the DNC. She's saying Russia, Russia, Russia, but I don't — maybe it was. I mean, it could be Russia, but it could also be China. It could also be lots of other people. It also could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, okay? You don't know who broke in to DNC. ... Now, whether that was Russia, whether that was China, whether it was another country, we don't know, because the truth is, under President Obama we've lost control of things that we used to have control over. We came in with the Internet, we came up with the Internet, and I think Secretary Clinton and myself would agree very much, when you look at what [ISIS] is doing with the Internet, they're beating us at our own game. ISIS. So we have to get very, very tough on cyber and cyber warfare. It is — it is a huge problem. I have a son. He's 10 years old. He has computers. He is so good with these computers, it's unbelievable. The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough. And maybe it's hardly doable. Trump wants to protect U.S. tech intellectual property Take this for what you will, but Trump said the following last year on innovation and the U.S. position in the tech space. I am a big believer in technology and will be a strong supporter of expanding tech capabilities in the United States. As President, my goal would be to ensure that the intellectual property produced in America remains the property of those who produce it. Letting other countries steal our property will not happen on my watch. Trump is not a fan of Edward Snowden https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/457314934473633792 Trump is a big fan of Twitter During the first Presidential debate, Trump was curiously asked about his tweeting habits. He responded: Tweeting happens to be a modern-day form of communication. I mean, you can like it or not like it. I have, between Facebook and Twitter, I have almost 25 million people. It’s a very effective way of communication. So you can put it down, but it is a very effective form of communication. I’m not unproud of it, to be honest with you. Trump's position on H-1B visas is unclear, sort of With respect to H-1B visas, a visa which many U.S. companies take advantage of to bring in and hire skilled workers from overseas (often in the tech sector), it's hard to get a read on Trump's position because he's changed his tune on more than a few occassions. In some interviews, Trump has lauded H-1B visas for playing an important role in attracting the best brains in the world to the United States. They come from another country, and they’re immediately sent out. I am all in favor of keeping these talented people here so they can go to work in Silicon Valley.” More recently, though, Trump has criticized the program for putting Americans out of work. To wit, the following statement was published on Trump's website a few months ago. The H-1B program is neither high-skilled nor immigration: these are temporary foreign workers, imported from abroad, for the explicit purpose of substituting for American workers at lower pay. I remain totally committed to eliminating rampant, widespread H-1B abuse and ending outrageous practices such as those that occurred at Disney in Florida when Americans were forced to train their foreign replacements. I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first for every visa and immigration program. No exceptions. Trump didn't know how to turn a computer on in 1997 Okay, maybe we're being too harsh here because, truth be told, many people who were Trump's age when the Internet burst onto the scene in the mid-90s weren't exactly computer savvy. Still, we just couldn't pass up excerpt from Trump's 1997 book The Art of the Comeback: Today the computer and technology industries are hot, but that doesn't mean that they won't cool off quickly. It just seems to me that they are overheated, and competition is strong. When I read about all of the different companies producing new computers by the thousands, it seems like a very tough business to me. But then, I don't even know how to turn on a computer. Therefore, I'm not a natural investor in technology. If you are drawn to this sector, at least approach it with an advisor.

Cryoablation: Freezing Away Breast Cancers

‎Wednesday, ‎October ‎19, ‎2016, ‏‎3:37:54 PMGo to full article
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction: Instead of having a surgical lumpectomy to remove a breast cancer tumor, a thin needle-like device is inserted into the mass and a blast of extreme coldness destroys the cancerous cells. This non-surgical, non-invasive deep-freezing technique, called cryoablation, was found to be a viable alternative to traditional surgery for many early-stage breast cancers, according to a recent clinical trial involving 86 patients at 19 medical centers across the country. "It's a huge advance for women -- I think this could be the wave of the future," says study lead author Dr. Rache Simmons, chief of breast surgery at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center.

How Obesity Can Affect Your Heart

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If you're above your ideal body weight and worried about your health, you aren't alone. In 2010, there were more than 78 million adults in the U.S. alone with obesity. Obesity is associated with a variety of health problems, such as arthritis, gallbladder disease, lung disease, cancer and several forms of heart disease.

Style Notes: Chelsea Handler Fronts Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign; 'InStyle' UK to Shutter Print Edition

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Tasmanian devil fights back against face cancer: study

‎Wednesday, ‎October ‎19, ‎2016, ‏‎1:31:48 AMGo to full article
A Tasmanian Devil named Conrad inside its enclosure at the San Diego Zoo, California on January 13, 2015Scientists reported Wednesday the first evidence that the immune systems of wild Tasmanian devils can fight back against the contagious face cancer that has pushed the species to the brink of extinction. In the study, a team led by Ruth Pye of the University of Tasmania collected blood samples from 52 closely monitored wild animals from 2008 through 2014. The scientists checked for the presence of cancer cells, and antibodies that might attack them.

Roche's lung cancer drug wins U.S. approval

‎Tuesday, ‎October ‎18, ‎2016, ‏‎11:40:32 PMGo to full article
Swiss drugmaker Roche Holding AG's new immunotherapy, Tecentriq, won approval on Tuesday from U.S. health regulators as a second-line lung cancer treatment, a decision seen likely to erode Bristol-Myers Squibb's position in this hotly contested market. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Tecentriq to be used in non-small cell lung cancer patients previously treated with chemotherapy, regardless of whether their tumors express a protein called PD-L1. People with high PD-L1 levels are generally more receptive to immunotherapy.

White House report outlines push to bolster cancer research

‎Monday, ‎October ‎17, ‎2016, ‏‎11:55:45 PMGo to full article
Biden and Obama discuss the Cancer Moonshot Report release in WashingtonU.S. Vice President Joseph Biden's Cancer Moonshot initiative to speed the develop of cancer treatments has made some important strides such as increased information sharing among researchers but still faces challenges in many areas, according to a report on Monday. The White House is still seeking about $700 million from Congress for the project. With Democratic President Barack Obama leaving office in January, it is also unclear how much of the initiative will continue under a new administration.

Frankfurt's captain Russ targets 2017 return after cancer

‎Monday, ‎October ‎17, ‎2016, ‏‎7:21:33 PMGo to full article
Marco Russ, pictured in 2015, says his goal is to rejoin his Bundesliga team-mates for their winter training camp in Abu Dhabi in early January 2017Eintracht Frankfurt's captain Marco Russ is hoping to get the green light from doctors on Wednesday to resume training after battling testicular cancer and hopes to play again in 2017. The 31-year-old defender says his goal is to rejoin his Bundesliga team-mates for their winter training camp in Abu Dhabi in early January and is keeping his fingers crossed for good news on Wednesday. "They're going to examine my whole body, and if the doctors give me the green light, I'll start working with our two fitness coaches again," said Russ.

Adrenal Cancer: When Your Diagnosis Is One in a Million

‎Monday, ‎October ‎17, ‎2016, ‏‎6:37:45 PMGo to full article
Adrenocortical carcinoma, also called adrenal cortical cancer, ACC or simply adrenal cancer, is a cancerous tumor that forms in the outer layer of the adrenal gland. "Most doctors have never seen a case, and even if they had, they wouldn't know what to do," says Dr. Gary Hammer, director of the Endocrine Oncology Program at the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center, who wound up treating Gannon.

Greenland calls on Denmark to clean up toxic waste buried in melting ice sheet

‎Monday, ‎October ‎17, ‎2016, ‏‎5:02:11 PMGo to full article
Greenland calls on Denmark to clean up toxic waste buried in melting ice sheetA vast pit of toxic waste buried in the Greenland ice sheet is threatening indigenous peoples' rights to a clean and safe environment, Greenlandic officials claim. The decades-old waste is part of a long-simmering dispute between Denmark, Greenland and the United States over Cold War-era military bases established around the country (some of which are still operating). The waste buried at Camp Century is becoming more of a threat now that the Greenland ice sheet is melting due to global warming. Greenland, which is home to about 56,500 people, is a semi-autonomous territory within Denmark. SEE ALSO: Melting Greenland ice sheet will soon unearth waste from long-forgotten Cold War-era military base Last week, officials with Greenland's government accused the Danish government of violating an agreement to protect indigenous peoples on the world's largest island, saying the Danes have failed to address the legacy of U.S. military pollution. U.S. soldiers at Camp Century during its time in operation. Image: PICTORIAL PARADE/ARCHIVE PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES Officials cited a recent study that found global warming could eventually unearth millions of liters of sewage, chemicals and nuclear waste stored deep below the Greenland Ice Sheet at Camp Century. "So far, nobody has been held responsible for their activities in Greenland," Vittus Qujaukitsoq, Greenland's foreign affairs minister, wrote in an Oct. 13 op-ed in the Danish newspaper Berlingske . Denmark, which had full authority over Greenland until 1979, allowed the U.S. to build at least 30 military installations on Greenland during World War II and the Cold War. Camp Century was one of these facilities, and it was used to test the feasibility of basing nuclear missiles within the ice sheet to help deter the then-Soviet Union. When the U.S. decommissioned Camp Century in 1967, both Denmark and the U.S. assumed the hazardous waste would remain permanently entombed in the ice. Men place a truss to the permanent camp at Camp Century, Greenland. Image: PICTORIAL PARADE/ARCHIVE PHOTOS/GETTY IMAGES However, in an Aug. 4 study, climate scientists warned that if nations keep emitting greenhouse gases at today's pace, Greenland's ice sheet would melt to the point where the waste at Camp Century would surface as early as 2090, and potentially spread into the ocean. More monitoring needed The Danish government said it takes the issue of potential climate effects in Greenland very seriously, including the possible problems with Camp Century. However, Denmark's Minister for Foreign Affairs Kristian Jensen told Mashable that the potential effects of climate change "do not pose an urgent environmental problem" for Greenland and its residents. "Rather, it is a long-term challenge that we have time to examine in cooperation with the relevant Danish authorities and in close dialogue with Greenland," Jensen said in an emailed statement. Greenland's Minister Qujaukitsoq said in his op-ed that Denmark is directly responsible for cleaning up the Cold War-era waste at Camp Century, an underground dump that spans 136 acres.  The site includes abandoned infrastructure, radioactive coolant water from a portable nuclear reactor, and significant volumes of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, which can built up in plants and animals and potentially cause cancer in humans. "The people of Greenland have the right to conservation and protection of the environment of our lands, territories and resources," the foreign affairs minister wrote in Berlingske . Vittus Qujaukitsoq, Greenland's minister for industry, labour, trade and foreign affairs. Image: Greenland Department of Foreign Affairs "This right may be put to the test unless the question about the responsibility for clearing up after the American military camps and bases is resolved very soon," he said, adding: "The polluter, or in this case those who have accepted and approved the pollution, must and will have to clean up the pollution." Denmark's Jensen said his government "will look into the possibility of expanding existing climate monitoring to the area surrounding Camp Century." Denmark will also "examine the possibilities for a subsequent environmental examination of possible contamination. This will happen in close collaboration with Greenland," he said. The Pentagon says it has not evaluated the study showing the danger of global warming unearthing Camp Century's waste, but that it plans to work with Denmark and Greenland to address the issue if needed.  "The United States continues to appreciate our friendship with the Kingdom of Denmark," the Defense Department said in a statement to Mashable . "We value our close cooperation in Greenland and will continue to work with Danish Authorities and Greenland Home Rule Authorities to address mutual security concerns." The authors of the Aug. 4 study have similarly called for a watch-and-wait approach at Camp Century, rather than a swift clean-up. Liam and Jeff Colgan told Mashable that while they respect Greenland's political decisions and push for urgent action, they agreed the pollution doesn't pose an immediate environmental risk to Greenland's residents. "Likely the pollution will stay buried in the ice for several decades, at least," said Jeff Colgan, a co-author of the study and a political science professor at Brown University's Watson Institute. "Right now, what's needed is monitoring and research to assess if and when clean-up actions are necessary," he said. Liam Colgan, the study's lead author and Jeff's cousin, said there is a possibility the pollution will stay trapped in the Greenland Ice Sheet — so long as countries swiftly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and limit global temperature rise. "Perhaps this is one of the reasons we should get off the business-as-usual [emissions] scenario, and maybe if we do get off it, we can avoid [melting ice sheets]," Liam Colgan, a climate scientist at York University in Toronto, told Mashable. But he acknowledged that the threat of Camp Century's leaking pollution shows how climate change could eventually undermine diplomatic agreements around the world, including Denmark's 1951 military treaty with the U.S.  "The climate has eroded some of the climate-related assumptions that were implicit in the treaty, like that you can dispose of things in the ice sheet, leaving them to get snowed on forever," Colgan said. "There's now a lot of ambiguity in that original treaty."

Biden to speak about ambitious push to find cancer cure

‎Sunday, ‎October ‎16, ‎2016, ‏‎10:16:41 PMGo to full article
BOSTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden is speaking in Boston about the White House's ambitious push to find a cure for cancer.

Finish high school with bachelor's degree? At 1 school, yes

‎Sunday, ‎October ‎16, ‎2016, ‏‎3:38:09 PMGo to full article
In this photo taken Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016, Aya Tal-mason gestures as she talks to a reporter, at Florida Atlantic University High School, in Boca Raton, Fla. Tal-mason described her research on cancer-fighting drugs. At tuition-free Florida Atlantic University High School, all students can simultaneously earn their high school diploma and bachelor’s degree. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Aya Tal-mason's excitement as she describes her research on cancer-fighting drugs rivals her schoolmate Paige Fries' audible enthusiasm about her recently published science-fiction novel. Fellow student Hannah Herbst recently visited President Barack Obama to explain the inexpensive generator she designed that uses plastic spoons and the hydropower of streams to charge cellphones, giving remote villagers a link to the outside world.



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