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Hal Gershman said they started the discussion about finding a place for graduate students around 12 years ago. "We have never seen a PM who is such a big liar. We can look at the molecular level on genetic inheritance, are Neanderthal in origin. The local BJP unit as well as Modi’s personal staff, said that 67 people including 13 women were admitted after the incident but no one was seriously injured. Many of them carry a constantly updating digital device in their pockets and refer to it dozens of times a day. to 3 p.

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""It doesn’t end chain migration, the President expressed sadness at the loss of more Nigerian lives in a terrorist attack on a church in Bauchi State and conveyed his “sincerest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in the bombing and has directed federal medical and emergency services to do everything possible to assist the survivors. According to the website eBill Place, Earth pays the price. what he called “an unholy act, The three other Indian duos in the fray signally failed to look their part of being the country’s national champions and pennant-bearers at Birmingham. It lasted less than 20 minutes and ended with the judge finding him not guilty by reason of a lack of criminal responsibility.After another team arrives at the Istanbul consulate, Finneman is a multimedia reporter for Forum Communications Co. which owns the HeraldA Texas man has died after contracting a rare flesh-eating infection while fixing several homes damaged by Hurricane Harvey health officials said The 31-year-old Galveston man was hospitalized on Oct 10 for a "seriously infected" wound on his upper left arm and died six days later the Galveston County Health District said in a news release Monday His official cause of death was necrotizing fasciitis a deadly bacterial skin infection that rapidly eats away at the bodys soft tissue according to the local health district and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention The man had been working on Hurricane Harvey recovery projects in the area where health officials believe he contracted the infection "Its most likely this persons infection occurred when bacteria from Harvey debris or floodwater entered his body through a wound or cut" Galveston County Local Health Authority Philip Keiser said in a statement "This is a very rare infection but that doesnt make it any less heartbreaking for this persons family and friends" Officials have not identified the 31-year-old man But local news channel KHOU said he was Josue Zurita citing relatives "He’s a very caring person" said Brenda Avalos who is married to one of Zuritas cousins "He has a lot of friends here in Galveston that love him Everybody is very sad He was very young and always smiling" Officials said this is the only known case of necrotizing fasciitis related to Hurricane Harvey in Galveston In Houston the infection killed 77-year-old Nancy Reed last month She died after falling into contaminated Hurricane Harvey floodwaters and contracting the infection the Harris County chief medical examiner said at the time The CDC said more than one type of bacteria can cause necrotizing fasciitis which can be treated if it is diagnosed in time The most common type group A Streptococcus has led to about 700 to 1100 annual cases of necrotizing fasciitis in the US since 2010 Its unclear how many of those cases resulted in deaths Health officials urged those working on hurricane recovery efforts to wash their hands often with soap and water and seek needed medical attention quickly if they sustain a cut or a wound Hurricane Harvey hit Texas nearly two months ago killing more than 80 people and destroying at least 176000 homes officials have said Contact us at [email protected] Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first at-home genetic test for breast cancer genes opening the door to the next stage in personalized DIY medicine But how reliableand how usefulare the results going to be Because it is FDA-approved the technology behind the 23andMe test and the results it provides are valid and scientifically sound But interpreting what those results mean positive or negative for every person who orders it is another matter The test is part of 23andMes $199 spit kit that mostly analyzes DNA from saliva for ancestry information People who want their DNA to be tested for the breast cancer genes must select that option when sending in their sample The breast cancer test looks at three specific versions of genes known to contribute to a higher risk of breast cancer called BRCA1 and BRCA2 But there are more than 1000 variants of these genes that can increase breast cancer risk anywhere from 45% to 65% which means that a negative result doesnt necessarily mean a person has a low risk of developing cancer "My concern is that if an individual does this test without checking with their health care provider and gets a negative result that it will give them false reassurance" says Dr Banu Arun co-director of the clinical cancer genetics program at MD Anderson Cancer Center She points out that the three variants in the 23andMe test are most common among a very specific subset of the population: people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent from Eastern Europe Even among this population it occurs in about 2% of people And that percentage drops even lower among others "They are very very rare in the rest of the population occurring in close to 0%" Dr Kenneth Offit chief of the clinical genetics service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center first identified the mutations in BRCA2 among people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent "The Ashkenazi Jewish population is a very small part of the US population and the world population” he says “I have never found the mutation I discovered in anyone other than an Ashkenazi Jewish person" Overall BRCA and other inherited mutations account for about 5-10% of breast cancer cases which means that not every woman needs to get the test Cancer doctors generally only order it for people who have a strong family history of breast cancer or ovarian cancer (which is also affected by the genes) since that pedigree suggests a possible genetic hereditary factor in their cancer risk While both Arun and Offit applaud the greater awareness of and access to genetic testing for cancer that direct-to-consumer companies like 23andMe provide they stress that genetic information is not simply about getting the genetic results but about interpreting them responsibly Thats a concern shared by the FDA which in 2013 ordered the company to stop providing genetic information on risks of health-related conditions until it could assure the agency that the information was accurate given that the results could affect critical decisions people made about their health and their futures The company returned to market in 2015 with a much more limited scope of health-related information mostly focused on genetic diseases passed on by inherited mutations and ancestry-based data TIME Health Newsletter Get the latest health and science news plus: burning questions and expert tips View Sample Sign Up Now Interpreting results of genetic testing may be more easily done with genetic counselors and physicians who can provide the appropriate treatment options And that is more easily done with genetic counselors and physicians who can provide the appropriate treatment options "This is not recreational genomics" says Offit of the decisions that women have to make if they do test positive for BRCA mutations Because the mutations can increase risk of both breast cancer and ovarian cancer significantly many women choose to have surgery either to remove part or all of their breasts and their ovaries even before any tumors appear "That is the tension that exists in de-medicalizing what is fundamentally a medical and surgical test" he says Even if the 23andMe test is negative women who are really concerned about their risk of breast cancer especially if they have a family history of the disease should discuss the results with their physician who will likely re-order the test except with the entire panel of variants "If you get a negative result [with the 23andMe test] you are not done" says Arun "If you are concerned about your risk of breast cancer you would have to get the whole test" Still Arun Offit and their colleagues in the cancer community are aware that direct-to-consumer testing is popular among their patients and are looking for ways to marry the convenience such testing options offer with the critical context and advice that medical experts can provide Offit is part of a multi-city multi-center study that will allow people of Ashkenazi Jewish descent who are at higher risk of developing breast cancer to get tested for the same three variants that the 23andMe test analyzes at a local commercial testing site and have their results sent directly to their primary care doctor or physician of their choosing The study also provides as commercial testing sites do information and background on cancer risk genes They can also choose to have their results sent to a genetic expert like Offit The purpose of the study is to better understand how people react and use results from commercial testing sites Among the questions they hope to answer: Do they act on the results Do they prefer to discuss them with their primary cancer physician or with a genetic cancer expert How comfortable are primary care physicians in discussing genetic results What treatment decisions do their patients make "The health care providers fiduciary responsibility is to you as the patient" says Offit "He is not representing the interests of a for-profit commercial laboratory" For those reasons the FDA and 23andMe both encourage people to discuss their results with a physician Its not clear how many people will take advantage of the newly approved test But doctors hope that people who do order it follow the advice to consult with their doctors before making any decisions about treatments Contact us at [email protected] Ted Cruz of Texas and Beto O’Rourke battle on the border.

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