Breast Cancer And Family Relations – Large and Small Family and History of the Disease

Breast Cancer And Family Relations – Large and Small Family and History of the Disease

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(Best Syndication) Researchers say that current models used to predict a woman's risk of breast cancer may be flawed. They found that the probability of the breast cancer gene mutation BRCA among women with a history of breast cancer is greater when the number of older, female relatives in the family is smaller.

Jeffrey N. Weitzel, M.D., of the City of Hope, Duarte, Calif., and colleagues conducted the research. They wanted to determine if genetic risk models underestimate the BRCA gene mutation prevalence for “single-case indicators,” that is women with a limited family structure (less than two females who lived to age 45 or older in each lineage) who have early onset breast cancer and no family history of breast or ovarian cancers.

Hillary Clinton Ad gets noticed for its witty spin on popular “Sopranos” TV Show

Hillary Clinton Ad gets noticed for its witty spin on popular “Sopranos” TV Show

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[Best Syndication] Senator Hillary Clinton who is a Democratic presidential candidate got noticed for the online ad for her campaign for presidency.

Hillary Clinton has been picking a theme song for her campaign, which she has now chosen and is on her website www.hillaryclinton.com . There you can also watch the complete ad. You can also become a "Hillraiser."

The ad is set at a local diner, where she orders her husband a plate of carrot sticks. He was hoping for onion rings. All of the settings including the music in the background reflect the season finale episode of “The Sopranos” television show.

This is a smart move for their campaign, and has gained a softer more likeable personality for Hillary, which critics say that she was lacking previously.

President Vetoes Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill – Adult and Umbilical Cord Cells Investigations Still Funded

President Vetoes Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill – Adult and Umbilical Cord Cells Investigations Still Funded

Bush Wednesday

(Best Syndication) On Wednesday President Bush vetoed the second embryonic stem cell research bill that passed Congress while he has been in office. The only spending bill the President vetoed while the Republicans controlled the congress was the other previous embryonic stem cell research bill.

Many Democrats and some Republicans in congress promised voters they would support the legislation if elected. It is very unlikely the House of Representatives or Senate can muster the votes for an override.

To help squash some of the criticism, the President issued an executive order to encourage scientists to work on ways to derive stem cells without harming the embryo. Whitehouse spokesman Tony Snow said "This is, certainly not an attempt to muzzle science. It is an attempt, I think, to respect people's conscience on such an issue."

Friday’s Bank Of America Robbery Suspects Arrested By Victorville Police – Teenage Runaway Apprehended At Stoneridge Residence

Friday’s Bank Of America Robbery Suspects Arrested By Victorville Police – Teenage Runaway Apprehended At Residence On Stoneridge

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(Best Syndication) Police apprehended three suspects in the Friday bank robbery in Victorville. Surveillance video picked up the images of two suspects in the Bank of America robbery located at the corner of Bear Valley and Hesperia Rd. Police used these images to notify the news media.

On Monday, June 18th, 2007, at approximately 6:00 p.m., Detective John Walsh of the Victorville Police Department said that suspects had been identified. The Victorville police served a warrant on the residence in the 13000 block of Stoneridge, in the city of Victorville.

‘America’s Got Talent’ – Well at least some of them do

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'America's Got Talent - Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, David Hasselhoff - NBC

[Best Syndication] Last night we got a full two hours of auditions from Chicago on NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent.’ It was cheesy, tasteless, and reminds me of the old ‘Gong Show’ without the gong.

So without much on television this summer, we tuned in to watch ‘America’s Got Talent.’ I guess we have succumbed to mediocrity along with the other 10.7 million viewers for the first hour of the show to a whopping 14.1 million viewers for the second hour. We enjoyed a couple of truly talented auditions and had to muddle our way through the rest of them.

I guess what bothered me the most was when Boy Shakira got put through, it wasn’t talent! The act was more of a gross out. He was dressed in drag and had a big belly as he giggled it around in trying to do a belly dance. Sorry, but David Hasselhoff was right to get peeved about this one. He got up and took a break after this one. Then he couldn’t believe that they put through Boy Shakira and wouldn’t put through an act with a bunch of kids dressed up like clowns.

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