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For over 15 years Dr Ian Johnson of Molescreen has been removing pre-cancerous sunspots from patients using Photo Dynamic Therapy.
WASHINGTON, May 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Wall Street Journal reporter Ian Johnson will discuss his latest book, "A Mosque in Munich: Nazis, the CIA, and the Rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the West" at 6:30 pm, May 17, in the Bloomberg Room at the National Press Club, 529 14th Street NW, 13th Floor. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080917/NPCLOGO) In the wake of the news that 9/11 hijackers had lived in Europe, Johnson wondered how such a radical group could sink roots into...
NEW YORK, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- It was announced today that the '2010 Out Now Global LGBT Market Study', the world's largest market research study into the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) consumers, is expanding to include both the USA and Canadian markets.
Aaron Brown rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown Tuesday to lifting No. 11 TCU to a 17-16 victory over No. 9 Boise State in the Poinsettia Bowl. The Horned Frogs (11-2) trailed 13-7 at halftime despite holding a 188 to minus-7 edge in second-quarter yardage.
Ian Johnson scored two of Boise State's seven second-half touchdowns Friday and the Broncos ended an unbeaten regular season by blasting Fresno State 61-10. Boise State owned only a 13-10 lead at halftime, but Jeremy Avery started an explosion of points by running 43 yards for a touchdown 3:10 into the third period. The Broncos finished 12-0 for the third time in five seasons, but will likely not receive an at-large invitation to play in one of the BCS bowl games.
By Louise Vennells Farmers have won sympathy and respect for their "vital" role in feeding the world, according to a survey which indicates that attitudes towards the industry are changing.
By Laura MacInnis WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Katrina may serve as a wake-up call on climate change for developing nations, many of which are vulnerable to devastation from global warming, the World Bank's top environmental official said on Thursday.
Hurricane Katrina may serve as a wake-up call on climate change for developing nations, many of which are vulnerable to devastation from global warming, the World Bank's top environmental official said on Thursday.
By Lesley Wroughton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The World Bank wants to bring together nations split over the Kyoto Protocol to work out a new plan that would remain effective long beyond the 2012 expiration of the climate change treaty.