Experts say that tens of thousands of such personal decisions, made under enormous emotional strain, are significantly slowing the search for cures for dire diseases like cancer. The wide availability of unproven procedures sops up the vast majority of potential test subjects, they say, making it difficult, or impossible, to assess which treatments work and which do not.
Why, @JoeNBC , it looks as though when you had actual, real political power, you were with the NRA.Now that you don't have any power, you're talking about politicians finding the courage to stand up to the NRA.I'm so confused, because I know you to be a man of principle.
1)?USA v FLYNN Case Update?Today, a Stipulated Motion was filed for Protective Order “Governing Discovery” by USA as to Michael Flynn. This is a big deal. The Flynn Team is gathering new evidence to fight the charges & prove Flynn was framed. 3) This Motion comes just days after a report saying Comey told Congress Flynn did not lie washingtonexaminer.com/byron-york-com…
.@POTUS is terrified of investigation. He immediately uses his firing of McCabe - just hours before he could have his pension - as proof Russia case isn't true, and attacks FBI again
He is desperate, and his argument is stupid. McCabe has nothing to do with running Russia case.
I say former because that I can prove. He managed, with medical help, to get off the amphetamine derivatives in 1990, eight years after he started taking them. I know nothing about whether he used again.
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