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Hartford CourantA long-awaited study of almost 225,000 Pratt & Whitney workers from the 1950s to the early 2000s found a slightly higher rate of brain cancer among workers at a former North Haven plant than for the Connecticut population as a whole. But the study,...
ReutersMay 23 (Reuters) - Aveo Pharmaceuticals Inc said it was informed by its partner Astellas Pharma Inc that the Japanese company would not be seeking marketing approval for their experimental kidney cancer drug in Europe. Aveo's shares were down about 13...
Marion Cotillard wore a strapless Dior gown with eye-catching color blocks of blue, yellow, black and pink on a white background to the Cannes Film Festival premiere of "Blood Ties" on Monday. The dress was shown Saturday in Monaco as part of Dior's...
The Columbus DispatchCarol Maye wanted to walk in the 21st annual Komen Race for the Cure. "But I'm having a little trouble with my legs," said Maye, who was diagnosed with breast cancer a little more than a year ago and is still recovering from several rounds of...
Back in 1981, the city of Charlevoix received a notice from the Michigan Department of Public Health: its municipal well system was contaminated. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the well system was connected to a wedge of contaminated...
Samuel Adams partners withRising Tide Community Loan fund The Boston Beer Co., in partnership with Accion, announced that its Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream program has teamed up with the Rising Tide Community Loan Fund, a nonprofit micro-lender...
More than 200 people recently gathered beachside to enjoy great food while helping to raise money for a good cause. The fourth annual, Louisiana-style "Toes in the Sand" Shrimp Boil on the Beach, staged at the Lauderdale Surf Club in Lauderdale-by-the-...
Northwestern University is investing $10 million in an initiative that aims to enroll more patients with advanced and hard-to-treat cancers in early-stage clinical trials. The university, which plans to announce the new institute this week, said it...
The Virginian-PilotThe signs were supposed to warn golfers that they were playing on a course "sculpted" with fly ash -- a byproduct of burning coal that contains hazardous heavy metals. Instead, visitors to the course off Centerville Turnpike in Chesapeake have been...
The Philadelphia Inquirerbara Scarborough Stewart, 76, of Philadelphia, a longtime administrator at the Veterans Affairs Hospital and a helper and adviser to many, died Monday, April 29, of renal cell carcinoma at her home. An ongoing theme in Mrs. Stewart's life was...
Goodbye Chesapeake Bay crabs. Hello Maine lobsters. After more than three years at the Daily Press, I am leaving to take a job as a reporter at the Portland Press Herald in Portland, Maine. While I am excited about the new opportunity, I leave Hampton...
ReutersMay 2 (Reuters) - Aveo Pharmaceuticals Inc and Astellas Pharma Inc have not demonstrated that the benefits of their experimental kidney cancer drug tivozanib outweighs the risk, an advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Thursday....
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