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health.yahoo.net — “Thyroid cancer for sure. Leukemia, probably. Too much radiation can raise the risk of developing cancer years down the road, scientists agree, and the young are most vulnerable. But just how much or how long an exposure is risky is not clear.” View full resource at health.yahoo.net
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blogs.nature.com — “The road to a protective HIV vaccine has not been easy thus far. The failed STEP trial, halted in 2007, was just one major trip-up among several, and two years later the massive RV144 trial from Thailand spurred controversy about efficacy rates. Part of the problem is that researchers have long struggled over the best target for the HIV vaccine. Read more” View full resource at blogs.nature.com
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sltrib.com — “House and Senate leaders were deadlocked Monday over whether to create a program insuring children with autism, how much to spend on roads and how much money to save. Republican leaders huddled in closed-door meetings for long stretches, trying to hammer out the remaining, thorny issues. House leadership has been clear that the autism pilot program is among the group’s top priorities.” View full resource at sltrib.com
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healthcarereform.nejm.org — “Michael E. Chernew, Ph.D., Lindsay Sabik, B.A., Amitabh Chandra, Ph.D., and Joseph P. Newhouse, Ph.D. Much of the recent health care reform debate has focused on achieving budget neutrality over a 10-year period, but this goal is less important than the reform's long-run fiscal sustainability. If the rate of growth of ...” View full resource at healthcarereform.nejm.org
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