Saturday, September 22, 2018 by: RJ Jhonson Tags: alternative method, biopsy, blood test, cancer diagnosis, cancer screening, cancer tumors, goodcancer, goodhealth, goodmedicine, goodscience, low-cost, medical technology, multiple myeloma, non-invasive medical procedure, painless, research (Natural News) As if the pain of having and living through cancer wasn’t bad enough, diagnosing the disease is, in itself, an ordeal. But invasive biopsies may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a low-cost, chip-based blood test developed by researchers at the University of Kansas (KU), according to a study published in Integrative Biology. Cancer is not like most diseases. In most cases, doctors are able to make a diagnosis after confirming symptoms or performing a test or two. In cancer, physicians have to conduct a biopsy which, in certain types of cancer, can be very invasive and painful. In blood cancers, for example, a biopsy means extracting a bone marrow sample by … [Read more...] about Low-cost, chip-based blood test for multiple myeloma may be safer and less painful alternative to bone biopsy
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Company plans to fly A321s out of Switzerland Chris McGinnis Updated 4:45 pm PDT, Monday, September 17, 2018 The Airbus A321neo has a range of up to 4,600 miles. (Image: Airbus) The Airbus A321neo has a range of up to 4,600 miles. (Image: Airbus) Photo: Airbus Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport is near the French-German-Swiss border. (Image: Google Maps) Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport is near the French-German-Swiss border. (Image: Google Maps) Photo: Google Maps The Skyview Lounge at Basel’s airport is open to all passengers. (Image: Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport) The Skyview Lounge at Basel’s airport is open to all passengers. (Image: Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport) Photo: Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport window._taboola = window._taboola || … [Read more...] about Another low-cost European airline targets the U.S.
By Rachel Swan Updated 11:07 am PDT, Monday, September 17, 2018 The Schmidgall family, (center) a party of seven visiting from Florida, purchased 6 adult fares, only one child was under 5 years old, to ride the world famous cable cars along the Powell st. line in San Francisco, Calif. on Mon. Mar. 26, 2018. less The Schmidgall family, (center) a party of seven visiting from Florida, purchased 6 adult fares, only one child was under 5 years old, to ride the world famous cable cars along the Powell st. line in San ... more Photo: Michael Macor, The Chronicle Buy photo San Francisco cable car photos from the archives San Francisco cable car photos from the archives Photo: San Francisco Chronicle Hollywood bound - A California Street cable car is hoisted aboard a truck for its first out-of-town visit. It will be used at authentic background in … [Read more...] about Missed cable-car fares cost San Francisco nearly $18 per ride, audit finds
Comcast said today is has connected more than 6 million low-income Americans to the internet through its Internet Essentials program, including 19,200 persons in the Chattanooga area, and is expanding the program to offer low-cost web connections for low-income veterans. The cable TV giant announced its 11th expansion of its low-cost internet service since it launched Internet Essentials in 2011 with the offering for military veterans who lack internet service. Nearly 1 million veterans who live within the Comcast footprint, including 20,000 in Tennessee, are eligible for the expanded Internet Essentials. Comcast said less than 70 percent of low-income veterans have internet access, and only about 60 percent own a computer. Internet Essentials provides 15 megabytes-per-second internet service, along with in-home WiFi, for $9.95 a month, plus tax. Users also have the option to buy an internet-ready computer for under $150. According to the U.S. Bureau of Census, 81 percent of all … [Read more...] about Comcast expands low-cost internet options to reach nearly 20,000 Chattanoogans
(Natural News) Could it be that most of your pet’s health problems are due to vaccines? Let’s examine the consequences of over-vaccinating your pet, and the pragmatics of this type of healthcare as it affects the pet and your bank account in ways you never imagined possible. Little did you know that pet vaccines create more problems than they solve. Every single vaccine can potentially start the clock for debilitating chronic diseases, allergies and disorders for your pet.Though most veterinarians will tell you that adverse reactions to vaccines by your pet are much less likely than with humans, that’s simply not true. It’s not uncommon for pets to experience severe health reactions shortly after being vaccinated, and these can continue onward for weeks, months, and even years, including oral ulcers, lethargy, hair loss, immunosuppression, behavioral changes, respiratory disease, facial edema, weight loss, sarcomas, anaphylaxis, autoimmune hemolytic anemia, … [Read more...] about Pet vaccines are costly, toxic and dangerous – no WONDER pets die earlier now