www.deanclifford.info … [More] CTV recently interviewed Dean twice in one week. Expect to hear a commentary on this within the next couple of days to correct some things said.
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“Cancer is not just one disease, and therefore there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treatment and aftercare. “The NHS needs to get much better at using robust data to understand the complex needs of people with different cancers so that services can be planned accordingly. It’s no good papering over the cracks any longer, we need a complete system overhaul.” Dr Penny Woods, chief executive of the British Lung Foundation, said the report made an important call for improvements in early diagnosis. “Late presentation and diagnosis is one of the main reasons lung cancer survival rates in this country lag so far behind rates in Europe and the US, as well as rates for other cancers. As such, the report’s revelation that over half of lung cancer patients die within just six months of diagnosis is sadly very telling.” Dr Woods said evidence suggested that public awareness campaigns were starting to increase early diagnosis rates.
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Another Fort Hood Shooting In A Gun-Free Zone With Unarmed Soldiers - Investors.com
It is, however, a grim echo of its predecessor, which was an act of terrorism called “workplace violence.” And to this day, the commander in chief calls Maj. Nidal Hasan’s Nov. 5, 2009, rampage in which 13 were murdered and 32 wounded “workplace violence.” In that tragedy, Hasan, a self-proclaimed “Soldier of Allah,” shouted “Allahu Akhbar” and opened fire on dozens of U.S. civilians and soldiers who were unarmed and unable to fire back. Then, as now and in the Sept.
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