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Cutting-Edge: Five Hospitals in UK Go On a Resizing Rampage

The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead will embark on a major cost-cutting exercise, marked by job-cuts, that purports to save £25 million//, in the upcoming year. Nearly 480 positions in the Hospital will be under the axe following orders to avoid loss of seven per cent in annual turnover. The...

British Woman Who Has inherited Breast Cancer Wants to Spread Awareness

... the car and up to bed, where she remained until she died of breast cancer, 14 days later. Treatment she had received in London had failed to halt the rampage of the disease. "Death was accepted far more in the Caribbean than it is here. I was told that my mother had come home from England and that ...

Global Warming: Lessons of History Help the Future

..., the agro-ecosystems were fragile. Ireland's potato growers each had tiny strips of land in vast, open fields, making it easy for a blight to rampage through their single crop. In India, forests which could have preserved moisture when water was scarce were massively cut down by the British to make ...

Australian Devises Online Game Based on Virginia Tech Shootout

...i. Screams can be heard on the soundtrack as shots are fired at the other characters. 21-year-old Ryan Lambourn, an Australian, who uploaded the rampage game online, much to the consternation of many, remains unfazed. Sydney Morning Heral quoted Lambourn as saying that he made the game "because i...

Virginia Tech Shooters Mental Health Records No More Secret

...ican history. Cho killed himself on April 16, shortly after a shooting rampage in which he killed two students at a dormitory and then 30 other students a...nd doors, ceilings, and floors replaced, leaving no visible evidence of the rampage or its victims. Said professor Bryan Cloyd, whose daughter, Austin, w...
Rampage in Biological News

Major scientific push to tackle agricultural productivity and food security in developing world

...new initiative are available in a media briefing at http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/media/briefings/080221_sarid.pdf Examples include: Halting armyworm rampage with biological pesticide - the African armyworm is a major migratory insect pest, which feeds voraciously on cereal crops. Using a radical new soluti...

APS lecturer shows rare video of 'teacher-student' immune cell interactions in live animal

...wn as effector cells. In addition, von Andrian addressed how these T cells kill those cells they identified as harboring a pathogen without going on a rampage and annihilating everything in sight. "There must be a control mechanism that can keep these cytotoxic cells in check," von Andrian noted. The immu...
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