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Investigative Journalists Who Exposed Deadly NIH HIV Clinical Trials On Black & Poor Children, Dies - mastimirchi.com Investigative Journalists Who Exposed Deadly NIH HIV Clinical Trials On Black & Poor Children, Dies

What struck me about Liam was his grasp of the vital contemporary issues in his field. His field was a restricted but growing one, that of the variance between the ‘official stories’ and the ‘truth’ which is investigated, observed and recorded by ‘the people’. In the contemporary world we must all play our part in […] Read More >>

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Cleveland Clinic Is First in U.S. to Offer Clinical Trial of Uterus Transplant Cleveland Clinic Is First in U.S. to Offer Clinical Trial of Uterus Transplant
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Air pollution stunting children's lungs, study finds  - Telegraph Air pollution stunting children's lungs, study finds - Telegraph
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Reducing sugar intake improves children's health in 10 days : News : University Herald Reducing sugar intake improves children's health in 10 days : News : University Herald
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Brinksmanship on Obama Medicaid expansion for poor     | Politics | The Seattle Times Brinksmanship on Obama Medicaid expansion for poor | Politics | The Seattle Times
It's health care brinksmanship, with hundreds of billions of dollars and the well-being of millions of people at stake. Read More >>

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World Health Summit highlights needs for healthcare innovation World Health Summit highlights needs for healthcare innovation
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How to Know if Your Children Do Drugs How to Know if Your Children Do Drugs
Parents are usually the last to know, which is why you have to act swiftly if your child’s life is in danger by abusing......... Read More >>

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May 22, 2013

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EPA approves use of virus for liver cancer treatment trial | PressReleasePoint EPA approves use of virus for liver cancer treatment trial | PressReleasePoint
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UNICEF:More than two million children got affected by violence in Syria | NewsTop24 UNICEF:More than two million children got affected by violence in Syria | NewsTop24
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March 13, 2013

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Poor health literacy a public health issue - Story Poor health literacy a public health issue - Story
America’s poor record on health literacy is a public health issue, but one that can be fixed – not by logging onto the internet but by increased interaction with your fellow human beings, a Michigan State University researcher argues. Read More >>

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