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Jennifer Manning June 12, 1956-June 12, 2013 Jennifer “Jennie” Manning was born at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach on June 12, 1956, to William and Kay Manning of Costa Mesa. She attended Estancia High School, where she contributed to an...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceThroughout the month of June, I play tricks with the calendar and myself. On June 4, I tell myself summer hasn't really started because the kids aren't out of school yet. On June 10, I remind myself that while it may be the second week of June, it's...
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The Hartford CourantPortland High School teachers Pat Ponko and Beth McCormick aren’t at all surprised that Erin Brady was crowned Miss USA Sunday night. They know Brady as a woman who is smart, hard-working, articulate and cheerful, no matter what the odds. They...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHayley Petenbrink, a recent Meyersdale Area High School graduate, knows the sorrow cancer can bring. The disease has struck her family more than once and ovarian cancer took away her grandmother. She said she’s determined to fight back. The 18-...
Thursday's Supreme Court decision on Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics Inc. was much anticipated by geneticists and clinicians. At stake were property rights for two human genes, BRCA1 and BRCA2. Both are important because mutations...
In the course of our country's history, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has bestowed coveted protection on many strange and wondrous inventions: the three-legged pantyhose (in case one leg runs), the sealed, circular peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich,...
email@example.comMore than 600 people signed up this year to take part in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Washington County, a fundraising event that began Friday afternoon and was scheduled to extend into the morning hours Saturday. Cancer...
Jewish breast cancer survivors were among the people celebrating a recent United States Supreme Court decision. The high court ruled unanimously that patents cannot be held on naturally occurring human genes. The decision came in a case in which...
ReutersJune 12 (Reuters) - Amgen Inc said on Wednesday that its trebananib treatment for ovarian cancer had reduced the risk of disease progression or death by 34 percent in a clinical trial. The company said the drug had met its primary goal in the trial,...
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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled that human genes are a product of nature and cannot be patented and held for profit, a decision that medical experts said will lead to more genetic testing for cancers and other diseases and to lower costs for...
McClatchy Washington BureauWASHINGTON The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that naturally occurring human genes may not be patented, potentially opening up commercial and scientific terrain to more freewheeling exploration. In a unanimous decision that is a mixed bag for the...
This post has been corrected, as noted below. When it took up the issue of patents on human genes, the Supreme Court seemed torn by two conflicting interests: the long-standing principle that products of nature can't be patented, and the commercial...
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