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Posts Tagged ‘cancer’

Warring in the Oncology Ward

By Binoy Kampmark   Townsville General Hospital

Cancer as Demonology and Defeat

Eraxion   By Binoy Kampmark   “No one needs to be told what their attitude to illness should be – least of all by advertising agencies.” Margaret McCartney, BMJ, Aug 15, 2014

St Valentine’s Day – Cancer – can take away life but not love

By Hazel Speed Cancer is a cruel disease having no respect for any age group or gender.

Observations of an Expat: The Modern Victim State

Josh Haner   By Tom Arms The residents of the Marshall Islands are the ultimate modern age victims. If they don’t die from cancer inflicted by nuclear testing they will drown from rising sea levels caused by climate change.

UGANDAN HEALTH MINISTER RAISES CONCERNS OVER INCREASE IN CANCER

  By Robert Ssewankambo “Parents and guardians must respond positively to the immunisation in the offing,” Dr Elioda Tumwesigye, who became Acting Health Minister following Doctor Ruhakana Rugunda’s promotion to Prime Minister, urged.

SUMMER READING BOOK REVIEW: SOB by Loria Taylor

        SOB is   Bridget Jones having an affair with Edgar Allen Poe on paper. The somber gloom of Poe and the wry single girl longing for a lasting relationship, mingle in every line and kiss with every comma.