Incidence of primary graft dysfunction after lung transplantation is altered by timing of allograft implantation Peter S Cunningham1, Robert Maidstone1, Hannah J Durrington1,2, Rajamayier V Venkateswaran1,3, Marcelo Cypel4, Shaf Keshavjee4, Julie E Gibbs1, Andrew S Loudon1, Chung-Wai Chow4, David W Ray1,5,6, John F Blaikley1,2,3 1 Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK 2 Department of Respiratory...
December 27, 2018/ Arts / Theater Three plays grapple with how we understand the reality around us Enlarge this imagePETER CUNNINGHAMDaniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale in “The Lifespan of a Fact,” directed by Leigh Silverman, at Studio 54 through January 13. BY CHRISTOPHER BYRNECommunity News Group The nature of truth is an ongoing, fraught debate in our troubled political times. So it’s no surprise the topic is on the boards.
“American Son” by Christopher Demos-Brown, now running on Broadway at the Booth Theatre, is a play written with the best of moral intentions, but just never gets off the ground to be the moving social drama it could have been. Directed by Kenny Leon and starring Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale, “American Son” is set in a Miami police station in the pre-dawn hours.
My brother’s texting me goals from the Atlanta United game trying to make me jealous of his seats and I’m like that’s @JustinMeram hitting those bangers! I’ve been preaching about those skills for years. Great game Justin!
@nealiv@jemelehill Me and the team owe a lot to Mt. Clemens. Last match I ever lost in high school was to Mt. Clemens wrestler...hate to admit it, but it still REALLY burns and has helped me as a coach. No hard feelings. 'Stangs appreciate the love Neal!