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As Lilly gears up for key 2022 launches, Trulicity, Taltz and more drive solid growth – FiercePharma

| October 30, 2021

While Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's disease hopeful donanemab stole most of the headlines for the drugmaker Tuesday, the company's stable of approved drugs continued on their growth path. The company posted a double-digit sales increase in the third quarter and is getting readyfor some highly anticipated launches. Lilly's diabetes medicine Trulicity, immunology blockbuster Taltz, breast cancer drug Verzenio and migraine prevention medicine Emgality each posted revenue gains of more than 30 percentage points versus the prior quarter, propelling the company to a $6.77 billion quarterly haul.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – Yahoo Finance

| October 30, 2021

23andMe Scientist and Customer Discuss How Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Health Tests Can Make an Impact on Health New York, New York --News Direct-- YourUpdateTV BRCA1 and BRCA2 are genes that have been found to impact a persons chances of developing certain cancers, including breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. Recently, 23andMe scientist, Ruth Tennen, and customer, Gina Burris, participated in a nationwide satellite media tour to discuss the first and only FDA-authorized, direct-to-consumer test that detects select BRCA1/BRCA2 variants*. A video accompanying this announcement is available at: https://youtu.be/ziqp10R_j_A 23andMe Scientist and Customer Discuss How Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Health Tests Can Make an Impact on Health The genes are called BRCA because the link between these genes and breast cancer was discovered first

The season of the Jewitch: Meet the occultists who blend witchcraft and Jewish folklore – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| October 30, 2021

(JTA) Occult practices and totems are a mainstay of Halloween season, and sage bundles, altars and crystals are an increasingly trendy way to dabble in divination and witchcraft.

Texas’ abortion law makes the journey harder for those with complications – The Texas Tribune

| October 30, 2021

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. At her sonogram appointment in late September, Kendra Joseph received ominous news. Signs pointed to an impending miscarriage, but she wasnt far enough along for the doctor to know for sure.

The Politics of "Jewface" – Jewish Currents

| October 26, 2021

Speaking on a recent episode of her podcast, comedian Sarah Silverman decried the casting of non-Jewish actors to play Jewish characters in TV and movies, warning that the practice can veer into something she termed Jewface. The comments immediately drew heat from some listeners due to her use of the controversial term, which references blackface minstrel performance. Silverman used examples like the announcement of Katherine Hahns casting as Joan Rivers in an upcoming Showtime limited series and Rachel Brosnahans starring role in The Marvelous Mrs

Question everything you think you know about the universe: Physicist Chanda Prescod-Weinstein – Forward

| October 26, 2021

The key to understanding the universe scientifically is questioning everything you think you know which also happens to be one of the fundamental tenets of Judaism. Thats the conclusion Chanda Prescod-Weinstein reaches with her book, The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred.

In the US and Israel, new urgency in battle against cyberattacks – Jewish Insider

| October 26, 2021

When an Israeli hospital was thrown offline last week, sending it back to the pre-digital age of pen and paper, the country was forced to grapple with what its National Cyber Directorate described as a major ransomware attack a challenge that many countries have had to tackle in recent years. At the same time as Israeli doctors were contending with the ramifications of the significant blow to their health system, the White House National Security Council was convening a virtual conference on the topic of countering ransomware.

VIDEO: Isaac Sutton Sings Hebrew Version of ‘Till I Hear You Sing’ – Broadway World

| October 26, 2021

In celebration of his upcoming return to the NYC stage with "Broadway Israel" on October 24 at The Green Room 42, after a long forced Covid break, Isaac Sutton has released a special Hebrew lyric video of "Till I Hear You Sing" from Phantom of the Opera's sequel "Love Never Dies".

One of the world’s most tight-knit Jewish communities, Venezuelans still mourn their Surfside victims. – Connecticut Jewish Ledger

| October 26, 2021

By Orge Castellano CARACAS, Venezuela (JTA) The Champlain Towers building collapse in Surfside, Florida, impacted a range of communities whose members lived in the diverse Miami-Dade area: immigrants from across Latin America, Jewish retirees from the Northeast, Jews from Puerto Rico. One of them still feeling the most pain months later is the Jewish community of Caracas, Venezuelas capital city

Passover comes to the ‘Great British Baking Show’ – Connecticut Jewish Ledger

| October 26, 2021

(JTA) Jrgen Krauss, the basically a Jewish dad on the latest season of The Great British Baking Show, lived up to his reputation during Desserts Week when he produced a Passover-inspired pavlova with a traditional charoset topping. Krauss, who is from the Black Forest region of Germany, is married to a British Jew


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