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The cancer drug that almost wasn't (Science)

August 22, 2014

After years in drug development limbo, a compound that interrupts cell division has revitalized a troubled area of cancer research.

Progress in cancer treatment can be frustratingly incremental. 2,244 more words


Kate Frye's Diary: The Lead-Up To War: 9 July 1914

On 7 August 2014 ITV will publish an e-book, Kate Parry Frye: The Long Life of an Edwardian Actress and Suffragette.  Based on her prodigious diary, this is my account of Kate Frye’s life and is a tie-in with the forthcoming ITV series  587 more words

Kate Frye's Diary

Some things never really change

Salon recently posted a history of cocaine. Has PHARMA changed at all?

For serious cocaine consumers, other products were also available in the late nineteenth century.

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Ernest Nichols

Ernest Nichols seemed destined for stardom.  He was the subject of a bidding war before he ever pitched in a professional game.  The San Francisco Chronicle… 383 more words


I have a child with allergies. Can you help me with this problem? 526 more words


Was 1912 Thorpe's 2,000-Yard Season?

It may be that the reporter was trying to determine if Jim Thorpe was the first to rush 2,000 yards in a single season rather than in his career at Carlisle. 487 more words

Carlisle Indian School