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Life-Saving Airman, Leukemia Patient Meet for First Time

...or their help in saving the young woman's life. Ms. Pak's visit to the base ended as it began, with bows and hugs. But also with a new friendship blossoming between one young Korean woman and one young American Airman. Though it was his first time giving blood, Airman Pope had the chance to see what m...

Remarks by President Bush and President Kikwete of Tanzania in an Exchange of Toasts

...le of the United Republic of Tanzania, to propose a toast: To your good health, and the good health of Madame Laura Bush, to the friends cementing and blossoming of the friendship between the United States of America and the United Republic of Tanzania. (A toast is offered.) PRESIDENT BUSH: Mr. Presiden...

China's biotech industry: An Asian dragon is growing

...eter A. Singer, MD, of the McLaughlin-Rotman Centre for Global Health (University Health Network and University of Toronto). However, for all its blossoming as an industrial and economic superpower, China still has one foot in the closed society of the past. For the sake of both national and global health...

It takes a community to address cancer disparities among underserved minority populations

...y larger Hispanic populations, Hull said. Our survey, and the participatory methods we use, could help inform these new growth communities about their blossoming Hispanic populations. Statistics on the health of Hispanic immigrants in Tennessee practically do not exist, which is especially worrisome given the l...

Research Can Help Close Cancer 'Race Gap'

...larger Hispanic populations," Hull said. "Our survey, and the participatory methods we use, could help inform these new growth communities about their blossoming Hispanic populations." In general, Hispanics have lower cancer rates than whites, but have higher rates for certain types of cancers, such as cervi...
Blossoming in Biological Technology

Protect Maryland's Bioscience Industry

...tates seek 21st century economic engines we Marylanders can take heart and pride in one of our state's economic drivers, the bioscience industry. This blossoming industry has expanded over the years with previous start-ups becoming national business leaders and new start-ups appearing on the scene regularly. ...

Digital Lifestyle: I'm linked in, now what?

... the market conditions are fundamentally different from any we've seen in the 20-plus years of personal computing. This time, the digital lifestyle is blossoming by its own accord, driven (as it should be) by consumer behavior and not by technologists' wild ideas. What's different today? Some 100 million...
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