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MIA In The War On Cancer: Where Are The Low-Cost Treatments?

propublica.org — Michael Retsky awoke from surgery to bad news. The tumor in his colon had spread to four of his lymph nodes and penetrated the bowel wall. When Retsky showed the pathology report to William Hrushesky, his treating oncologist, the doctor exclaimed, " Mamma mia." "Michael had a mean looking cancer," Hrushesky remembers.
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Meet the Doctor Who Gave $1 Million of His Own Money to Keep His Gun Research Going

propublica.org — We're probing the policy and politics of guns in America. Twitter Twitter Facebook Facebook volumelow Podcast RSS RSS Latest Stories in this Project Federal funding for research on gun violence has been restricted for nearly two decades. President Obama urged Congress to allocate $10 million for new research after the Newtown school shooting.
RT @loisbeckett: Meet the doctor who gave $1 million of his own money to keep his gun violence research going: bit.ly/1rf9Hr5
RT @ProPublica: “Correlation is not causation.” Gun researcher explains what’s wrong with a high-profile study about state gun laws: propub.ca/1poZP0p
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RT @loisbeckett: Meet the doctor who gave $1 million of his own money to keep his gun violence research going: bit.ly/1rf9Hr5
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Weibo IPO Reveals a Company Struggling With Censorship

propublica.org — Starting yesterday, investors can purchase shares of Weibo, sometimes called "China's Twitter," on NASDAQ. The company's regulatory filing with the SEC reveals details not previously known about Weibo's censorship apparatus, which we wrote about last year. Weibo, like all Internet publishers and providers in China, is prohibited from letting their users display content that is obscene, fraudulent, defamatory or otherwise illegal under Chinese laws.
RT @ProPublica: Weibo, which just arrived on NASDAQ yesterday, has been losing users since a Chinese government crackdown. http://t.co/gT5V…
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RT @ProPublica: Researchers estimate Weibo employs thousands of censors. The company's IPO says they have just over 2k employees. http://t…
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