Haploidentical Transplantation The cyclophosphamide spares the donor's stem cells and allows them to establish ... As previously shown, the related haploidentical transplant did as well as matched donor transplants. These data demonstrate that bone marrow transplants are available ... 01/14/2017 - 3:33 am | View Link
Obama Is Running for a Third Term?! Kimmel Gets the Public's 'Reaction' Term limits be damned: President Barack Obama is running for reelection — at least according to the interviewer behind the camera on Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s “Lie Witness News.” Thursday’s broadcast polled L.A.’s most naive citizenry about POTUS ... 11/3/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Jimmy Kimmel to host the Emmy Awards This year's Emmy Awards will be hosted by ABC's own Jimmy Kimmel, the late-night comedian announced Monday. I am hosting the #Emmys on Sunday Sept 18. Until then, have a great summer. — Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) March 7, 2016 Kimmel will take the stage ... 03/7/2016 - 2:20 am | View Link
Ronda Rousey tells Jimmy Kimmel that she wants to beat UFC opponent Bethe Correia 'in the most devastatingly embarrassing way possible' Women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has continued the trash talk prior to her UFC 190 title fight against Bethe Correia, by suggesting that she agreed to fight in Correia's country of Brazil in order to 'beat her in the most devastatingly ... 07/1/2015 - 10:36 pm | View Link
Haploidentical Transplant: Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Physician-scientists at Johns Hopkins have developed a procedure called a half-matched bone marrow transplant that has been successful in “curing” patients of ... 01/14/2017 - 11:26 am | View Website
Billy Eichner’s Comedy of Confrontation Onward and Upward with the Arts May 23, 2016 Issue Man on the Street Billy Eichner’s pop-culture game show spares no one. By 01/13/2017 - 8:39 pm | View Website
Sickle Cell Anemia: Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel ... Sickle cell anemia is an inherited, lifelong, serious disorder in which the body produces red blood cells with an abnormal, sickle shape, meaning they are shaped like ... 01/11/2017 - 1:29 am | View Website
Over the holidays, John Farrell, author of an upcoming biography of Richard Nixon, wrote an op-ed piece in The New York Times confirming what many of us have known for nearly 50 years: In the fall of 1968, Nixon, the Republican candidate for president, deliberately torpedoed President Lyndon Johnson’s efforts to cease the bombing of North Vietnam and begin peace talks to end the Vietnam war.
Johnson was not running for re-election, but his vice president, Hubert Humphrey, was the Democratic candidate for the White House — and Nixon was determined to keep Humphrey from reaping the benefits of good news from Southeast Asia.
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During his confirmation hearing Tuesday, Interior secretary nominee Ryan Zinke emphasized the incoming Trump administration’s vow to recommit America to fossil fuels development while disregarding renewables and the need to act on climate change.
Zinke said climate change is not the hoax Trump has said it is, but he falsely claimed the science around it is uncertain, and said that federal energy policy, which determines how the Interior Department manages energy and public land, should heavily favor coal.
If confirmed, Zinke, a second-term congressman from Montana and former Navy SEAL, would oversee all the nation’s national parks and more than 500 million acres of federal public lands, mostly in the West.
Country singer Toby Keith headlined Donald Trump’s inaugural concert, playing three of his nationalist songs and “Beer for My Horses.” But there was a song missing, not just because it was one of his biggest hits, but because it was so right for the occasion. That song was “How Do You Like Me Now,” Keith’s 1999-2000 hit.
The song is addressed to a former high school classmate who rejected—nay, ignored—the singer.