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Congo to begin vaccinating against Ebola on Monday
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Congo will begin administering an experimental Ebola vaccine Monday in Mbandaka, the northwestern city of 1.2 million where the deadly disease has infected some residents, Congo's health minister announced. "The vaccination campaign begins tomorrow ...
Congo to begin Ebola vaccinations on MondayReuters
DRCongo prepares for first Ebola vaccinationsMedical Xpress
Ebola deaths rise to 26, says Congo health ministryBoston Herald
Newsweek -Bustle -Voice of America -BuzzFeed News
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The Independent
Artificial intelligence can be weapon in cancer fight, PM to say
BBC News
The diagnosis of cancer and other diseases in the UK can be transformed by using artificial intelligence, Theresa May is to say. The NHS and technology companies should use AI as a "new weapon" in research, the PM will urge in a speech later. Experts ...
May calls on health, tech sectors to work on cancerReuters
Cancer death rate to be cut by 22000 using artificial intelligence – PMITV News
Tens of thousands of cancer sufferers would be diagnosed before they even have symptoms under new government
The Times -iNews -The Sun -GOV.UK
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Study: No One Is Having Sex on Tinder
If you've been holding off on joining Tinder because it carries the stigma of being an app for hookups, have no fear: a new study published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences found no one on Tinder is actually having sex. Researchers ...
Tinder: Know why most of men and women use it forTheHealthSite

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FDA approves preventive migraine treatment
Migraine sufferers across the United States have their eyes on a newly approved drug that's offering hope for reducing the frequency of monthly migraine attacks. On Thursday, the US Food and Drug Administration approved Aimovig for the preventive ...
FDA approves first drug to prevent migrainesAOL
New drug that claims to prevent chronic migraines wins US approvalWDBJ7
New drug brings hope to migraine sufferersFOX31 Denver
The Inquisitr -National Pain Report -KFDA
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Porn Industry Group Schools Trump On The Difference Between HPV And HIV
The top trade association for the adult entertainment industry wants to teach President Donald Trump a thing or two about sexual health. The Free Speech Coalition penned a blistering open letter to the president on Friday after footage emerged of ...
Adult entertainment industry group trolls Trump with letter explaining difference between HIV and HPVThe Hill
Why Trump should be intimately acquainted with both HIV and HPVQuartz
Bill Gates: Trump did not know difference between HIV and HPVBrinkwire (press release)
Gay Times Magazine
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The Inquisitr
Synthetic Weed Likely The Reason 25 People Were Sent To The Hospital In New York
The Inquisitr
Synthetic weed, also known as K2, is likely the cause of 25 people being rushed to the emergency room in Brooklyn, New York. Over the course of several hours Saturday night, patients began arriving at the hospital after having an adverse reaction to ...
Over 2 dozen people rushed to hospital after taking synthetic weedWPLG Local 10

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BBC News
Pepe's story: How I survived Spanish flu
BBC News
José Ameal remembers his aunt and uncle would keep the curtains by his bed drawn "so I wouldn't see the funeral processions". But like any four year old, Mr Ameal - Pepe to his friends and family - was curious enough to peer outside on to the streets ...
Pepe's story: The Way I survived Spanish fluIndependent Recorder

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URI expert: Be 'tick smart' amid 'exploding' prevalence
The question surfaces around every spring. Will this be a bad year for ticks? “When you live where ticks do, every year is a bad year,” says Thomas D. Mather, director of University of Rhode Island's Center for Vector-Borne Disease and its ...
Experts: Number of ticks not the real concernCape Cod Times
NY Has New Plan to Control Tick PopulationU.S. News & World Report
Warmer Weather Means Ticks are ComingWSAU
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Crain's Detroit Business
UM uses $30 million in gifts to establish Chad Carr Pediatric Brain Tumor Center
Crain's Detroit Business
With $30 million in donations, the University of Michigan has established the Chad Carr Pediatric Brain Tumor Center to advance research and treatment for children with brain cancer. Chad Carr was the grandson of former UM football coach Lloyd Carr.

Washington Post
Watching but not treating cancer can be hard. Sometimes it's the right approach.
Washington Post
My sister just finished 18 weeks of chemotherapy for ovarian cancer, a slog that started six months ago when she underwent an eight-hour procedure to remove all visible signs and cells of her malignancy. From the moment her primary-care doctor ...

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