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Super-woman takes to the slopes again!

Here I am with my boys on top of the world! Skiing in super-Chatel for three hours today, not much snow but enough, and sunshine! 139 more words


Jennifer Hamilton: My cancer journey

“The hardest part of this is my life completely changing for now. I went from having a busy full-time job, having I what I thought was a great supportive boyfriend and travelling the world to not having any of it.” 619 more words


A Protein that Regulates Fat Levels

…in worms.

Like a smart sensor that adjusts the lighting in each room and a home’s overall temperature, a protein that governs the making of other proteins in the cell also appears capable of controlling fat levels in the body.

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Rob Ford's tumour responding to chemotherapy

TORONTO – Rob Ford says he is happy to hear the “great news” that multiple rounds of chemotherapy have shrunk his abdominal tumour from 12 centimetres to approximately 6 centimetres. 220 more words


Gross and Microscopic Features for Differentiating Benign and Malignant Tumours

Gross features:

The species of the animals is a gross feature that must be accounted for when examining a tumour, as different tumours have different prevalence in different species. 496 more words


10.12.14 - The Beginning

On the 9th of December 2014, I was asked to visit Charles Clifford
Hospital following a bone biopsy that had taken place. The bone biopsy had to be done due to the bone disintegrating above my fourth tooth to the left, partly over the third and fifth. 926 more words