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Want to know more about breast cancer and genetics? This Q&A will have all the answers – HerCanberra

| September 19, 2022

Posted on 20 September, 2022October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and with breast cancer still being the most diagnosed cancer in women, we wouldnt blame you if you had a few questions. So to answer everything youve ever wondered about genetic breast cancer, Breast Cancer Trials (Australias largest oncology research group) is hosting an expert Q&A. Hosted by Australian political journalist, commentator, and television host Annabel Crabb, some of the countrys top genetic breast cancer experts along with breast cancer survivor Karen Alexander will talk about genetics, how it relates to breast cancer as well as current research

They have their secret. Now I have a secret too: The story behind SumiLicious, the only Scarborough restaurant to receive a Michelin award – Toronto…

| September 19, 2022

They have their secret. Now I have a secret too: The story behind SumiLicious, the only Scarborough restaurant to receive a Michelin award As the international spotlight (finally) shone down on Torontos food scene during a glitzy Michelin Guide reveal last Tuesday night at Evergreen Brick Works, one award recipient stood out from the rest. SumiLicious, a deli housed in a Scarborough strip mall, was the only one of the 30 acknowledged restaurants located outside of the citys core.

Trip notebook: Papal critics, an ambassador for Italian and sitting on the same level – Crux Now

| September 19, 2022

ROME Pope Francis returned last night from a three-day trip to Kazakhstan to attend a Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, which, at the big-picture level, produced few real surprises. The pope traveled to a country located cheek by jowl with both Ukraine and Russia and, while he firmly denounced war and urged religious leaders to avoid the rhetoric that justifies it, he didnt specifically call out either Russian President Vladimir Putin or the Russian Orthodox power structure supporting the invasion. (He did, however, acknowledge Ukraines right to self-defense, calling it an expression of love for the homeland, in his inflight news conference on the way back to Rome.) Chinese Premier Xi Jinping was in the Kazakh capital at the same time as the pope Wednesday, but the two men never met despite a Vatican request

Netanyahu poised to lead most rightwing government in Israeli history – Mondoweiss

| September 19, 2022

September 15 was a deadline for the submission of parties for the Israeli elections, set for November 1. At this point it appears likely that Israel will be seeing one of its most extreme right-wing governments in history

Recap: Recent Advances in the Treatment of Metastatic Castration-Sensitive Prostate Cancer – Cancer Network

| September 19, 2022

AGARWAL: How did decide on the treatment path you did? Chowdhury: I have been involved in the TITAN study [NCT02489318] as one of the clinical chairs, so I have [vast] experience with apalutamide.1 We know that a significant subgroup in the TITAN study [benefited from therapy] and we know that that subgroup continued to show a benefit.

$55 million gift to Penn is aimed at stopping breast cancer before it starts – The Philadelphia Inquirer

| September 16, 2022

Nearly 30 years ago, scientists discovered a pair of mutations that sharply increase the risk of breast and ovarian cancers. Yet so far, surgery to remove those organs is the only preventive option for people with either of these mutations, which occur in genes called BRCA1 and BRCA2.

The Pope Addresses The Heart Of The Belt & Road Initiative In Kazakhstan – Silk Road Briefing

| September 16, 2022

By Chris Devonshire-Ellis One of the more unusual state visits was made this week as Pope Francis, the Head of State of Vatican City, turned up in Kazakhstan to meet with President Tokayev and attend the 7th Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions being held in Astana. The two-day meeting, which takes place every three years, brought together religious leaders from around the world to focus this time on how religious leaders can foster the spiritual and social development in the post-pandemic world. Over 100 delegations from 50 countries attended the Congress, made up of religious, cultural, civil, governmental, and non-governmental representatives.

Who will / should win the Ophirs? – Blog – The Film Experience

| September 16, 2022

A special guest report from Israel about the upcoming Israeli film awards - Editor Top contenders for the Israeli Oscar by Johnathan Tsuria The 2022 Ophir awards will take place at September the 18th, and the film which wins the top prize will represent Israel at the Oscars. For most Israelis, that is the only point of interest about these awards, as they are plagued by countless decisions that prevent moviegoers here from caring. The major problem is that there is zero connection between the films released so far in cinemas and the films which end up competing for the awards

Lox block: UWS congregation takes beloved salmon off the menu, citing environmental concerns – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| September 11, 2022

(New York Jewish Week) A synagogue on the Upper West Side has announced that it will no longer serve lox otherwise known as cured salmon during its weekly kiddush lunches that follow Saturday morning Shabbat services.

Meet the Rabbi Who Ended 1300 Years of Ritual Humiliation – aish.com – Aish.com

| September 11, 2022

Why were European Jews who appeared in court subjugated to humiliating acts like standing bare-chested and bare-headed on a bloody pigskin?


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