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Gene Therapy: A Revolutionary Cancer Treatment

Genes are the blueprint for life, as they are essentially a set of instructions for our body to form proteins vital for our survival. The average human being has anywhere from 20,000 to 25,000 genes; however, one error in the sequence of a gene may result in a mutation. 700 more words

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"Music Monday" Little Rock David Hodges writes another hit for Carrie Underwood

On June 28, 2013 Underwood was back on top with a song that Little Rock native David Hodges who graduated at Arkansas Baptist High School help write. 1,347 more words

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Prizefighter Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter Dies at 76

Rubin “Hurricane” Carter never surrendered hope of regaining his freedom, not even after he was convicted of a triple murder, then convicted again and abandoned by many prominent supporters. 1,165 more words

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Expect the government to create a violent conflict!

I believe we can expect the government to try and create a situation to force the hand of some patriots, into a violent confrontation in which the government can Utilize it for propaganda. 296 more words

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Expect the Government to create a Violent Conflict

I believe we can expect the government to try and create a situation to force the hand of some patriots, into a violent confrontation in which the government can Utilize it for propaganda. 296 more words

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The latest conservative outrage: Too many people are getting health care

The nerve of these people, I tell ya. I mean, can you imagine the audacity of millions of previously uninsured Americans now become eligible for health care thanks to the Affordable Care Act — and actually following through?! 468 more words

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umadyet news: Week in review 04/20/2014

Welcome to umadyet’s Week in review 04/20/2014

One thing I have started to notice since starting this section is how many of the stories relate to schools.   1,141 more words

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