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Doctors Have Found A New Way To Fight Cancer

Doctors in the United Stated have found a new way to fight cancer by taking a more detailed look at a tumour’s DNA.  A panel of doctors, termed tumour boards, asses the patient’s cancer genes and mutations and prescribe drugs that match the mutations. Alison Cairnes’ whose cancer had spread from her stomach and oesophagus to her liver, lungs and ...

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This Is Why People In Happy Relationships Still Cheat On Their Partner

Sarah Ryan, a relationship expert with extensive research in this area, agrees: “If someone has the inclination to go astray, no matter how happy a home they live in, they will do so.”  Although this might all sound concerning, rest assured that cheating never just comes ‘out of the blue’ (even if it seems that way) and there is always a reason why ...

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Apple TV 4K Review

Apple TV has, we think it’s fair to say, had a bit of a tough time in the past. It was a product that at times felt a little slow to adapt in a very fast-moving market that has seen two brand-new technologies appear in quick succession: 4K and HDR. While TVs had started adopting Full-HD, Apple’s first TV supported ...

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Violent Crime Surge Blamed For 13% Rise In Number Of Offences In England And Wales

A surge in violent crime has helped push the number of offences recorded by police in England and Wales past five million, new figures reveal. Forces registered 5.2 million offences in the year to the end of June, which was up by 13% on the previous 12 months. The data, published by the Office for National Statistics, showed the number ...

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Donald Trump Accuses 'Fake Media' Of Not Reporting An Actual Fake News Story

Donald Trump has once again asserted that Hillary Clinton sold uranium to Russia in exchange for donations to a charitable foundation bearing her name. Despite the story being widely debunked when it surfaced last year, the President of the United States attacked the “fake media” for not reporting it. Uranium deal to Russia, with Clinton help and Obama Administration knowledge, ...

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Penny Lancaster Reveals She Was Drugged And Sexually Assaulted As A Young Model In Emotional 'Loose Women' Admission

Penny Lancaster has revealed she was drugged and sexually assaulted at the start of her modelling career.  The ‘Loose Women’ star choked back tears as she detailed the attack on the ITV daytime show on Thursday (19 October).  Penny and co-stars Andrea McLean, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore were discussing the recent #MeToo social media movement, and whether it would ...

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How Gordon Ramsay's Cocaine Nightmare Began With Testing His Own Staff

Souffles dusted with cocaine. Cocaine instead of icing sugar. These are some of the stranger culinary requests celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has received during his career. Last year London stole the honour of being Europe’s cocaine capital, though only during the week – with a former government drugs advisor suggesting the Saturday Sunday decrease was “because the rich leave the ...

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Parsons Green Tube stabbing: Suspect appears in court

A teenage boy has appeared in court charged with murder after a man was stabbed outside Parsons Green Tube station. Omid Saidy, 20, died outside the London station on Monday. The 16-year-old, from Shildon, County Durham who cannot be identified for legal reasons, is also charged with threatening another man with a knife. The teenager appeared before Wimbledon Youth Court ...

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Cambridge Uni students get Shakespeare trigger warnings

Shakespeare contains gore and violence that might “upset” you, Cambridge University students have been warned. The “trigger warnings” – red triangles with an exclamation mark – appeared on their English lecture timetables. Lectures including Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus contain “discussion of sexual violence, sexual assault”, the BBC’s Newsnight programme has learned. The university said the warnings were “at the lecturer’s own ...

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Four charged in Southwold port people-smuggling inquiry

Four men arrested as part of a human trafficking inquiry have been charged with people smuggling offences. The men were arrested after a yacht from the Netherlands with 19 Ukrainian migrants on board, arrived in Southwold, Suffolk, on 15 October. Ukrainians Yuril Dzhuraniuk, 26, Yupi Karakin and Mykhailo Riok, both 27, and Yevhenii Vasilikov, 30, are charged with facilitating illegal ...

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