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A $1,000 Cancer Test | MIT Technology Review

The Hong Kong scientist who invented a simple blood test to show pregnant women if their babies have Down syndrome is now testing a similar technology for cancer.

Yuk Ming “Dennis” Lo says screening for signs of cancer from a simple blood draw could cost as little as $1,000. The test works by stu

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The question of "recovery" really boils down to this: how much longer can the top 10% prop up the expansion?

A flurry of recent media stories have addressed housing unaffordability , for example  Why Middle-Class Americans Can't Afford to Live in Liberal Cities .

The topic of housing unaffordability crosses party lines:  Housing...
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A Filing Means What It Says

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Almost two weeks ago now, the Delaware Supreme Court handed down its decision over J.P. Morgan's mistaken termination statement in the General Motors bankruptcy. (Note to Google Chrome users like me -- the link may not work; try a different web browser.)  I think they got it right, but to understand why, one obviously needs to know the f

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WASHINGTON (RNS) The Nashville conference was remarkable for two notable shifts: a change in tone -- call it a kinder, gentler opposition to homosexuality -- and a pragmatic concession that the fight over gay marriage is largely lost....

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Introduction Level 3 Communications (NYSE:LVLT) is a global communications provider headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, that provides communications services to enterprise, government and carrier customers in more than 60 countries around the world. Level 3 operates one of the world’s largest …...
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OCL Completes 27th Annual Meeting at St. Vladimir’s Seminary - OCL...
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Stem-cell research: Having the stomach for it
JUST over a year ago, a group of researchers in Austria announced with much fanfare that they had pulled off a spectacular feat of stem-cell science. They had taken induced pluripotent stem cells (which behave similarly to embryonic stem cells, but are made from skin cells and thus do not require the destruction of human embryos) and coaxed them...
Thursday, 30 October 2014 |

Genes and behaviour: Next candidate

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ONE of the scientific subjects best guaranteed to get people hot under the collar is genetic determinism, especially if what is allegedly being determined is behavioural. Studies of adopted children (and particularly of twins adopted at birth by different sets of parents) suggest some behavioural traits are indeed heritable. Geneticists, though,...

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The need for enhanced cooperation between the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the ACT Alliance – a partner organization of the WCC, especially in addressing the threat of climate change and a human rights-based approach to development – was stressed at the 2nd General Assembly of the ACT Alliance in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic.

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Forming a Moral Foundation is Vital in Educating Children | OrthodoxNet.com Blog...

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