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Prof. Rafael Inigo Pavlovich,MD,PhD,FACS,
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Hermosllo, Mexico.

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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 23:29:34 GMT+00:00

New York Daily News

A Slow Pace in the Senate, and Much Left to Do
New York Times
WASHINGTON — When Senator Harry Reid, the Democratic leader, heard a few weeks ago that the House took less than an hour to unanimously approve an unemployment bill that had languished for a month in the Senate, aides said he did not know ...
Democrats likely have votes needed to move ahead on reform bill debateWashington Post
Democrats Poised to Win Key Health VoteWall Street Journal
Crucial vote to advance Senate healthcare bill seems assuredLos Angeles Times
Bloomberg -ABC News -Reuters
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Sun, 22 Nov 2009 00:11:07 GMT+00:00

ABC News

65? Back of the Line for the Swine Flu Vaccine, Pal
New York Times
TRIAGE Young children, here playing near where swine flu shots will be given in Texas, are one of the high-risk groups. By DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. Life is unfair. Or, at least, it sure can look that way. 1. A great-grandmother in a nursing home with lung ...
Twin Cities flu clinics set for this weekendMinneapolis Star Tribune
Thousands Line Up In Allegheny County For H1N1 Flu
H1N1 vaccine clinics distribute hundreds of doses; thousands availableKARE -Silver Pinyon Journal -Pittsburgh Post Gazette
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 22:56:25 GMT+00:00

ABC News

Breast Cancer Guidelines' Impact On Black Women
Audio for this story from All Things Considered will be available at approx. 7:00 pm ET White women have higher breast cancer rates overall, but black women get the disease more often before age 40. They also tend to have more aggressive cancers and ...
Does task force care about women's health?Connecticut Post
Understanding mammogram guidelinesChicago Tribune
Could Mammogram Brouhaha Stymie Health Care Reform?ABC News -Baltimore Sun
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 23:41:50 GMT+00:00

MSN Singapore

When to take a sick child to the ER
Los Angeles Times
Children and youths are especially hard-hit by swine flu. It is important to watch for danger signs, as the onset of respiratory failure can be swift. By Rong-Gong Lin II For parents worried about a child sick with the flu, deciding when to head to the ...
Swine flu vaccine effective despite mutations: expertsAFP
CDC: H1N1 cases decrease as vaccine availability increasesCNN
Resistant strain of H1N1 found in WalesUnited Press International
Boston Globe -Baltimore Sun -Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 23:41:07 GMT+00:00

CTV Southwestern Ontario

Experts soften recommendations on cancer screenings
Contra Costa Times
At least that's what people have been told for years — get mammograms, Pap smears, colonoscopies and prostate tests as early and often as possible to catch cancer before it spreads. But a new way of thinking has started to take hold ...
In Cancer Testing, Less Is Now BetterWall Street Journal
Doctor's Group: Delay Pap Tests Until 21WebMD
Ask Dr. Marie: Less Frequent Pap Tests May Be Good for WomenABC News
KVIA -WIVB -New York Times
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 23:20:10 GMT+00:00

BBC News

Flu kills four pilgrims in Saudi Arabia
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims crowd the roads toward the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, on Friday. Mecca, Saudi Arabian (CNN) -- A teenager and three elderly people in Saudi Arabia for the hajj pilgrimage have died of the H1N1 flu virus, ...
Saudi Arabia reports first H1N1 deaths among pilgrimsReuters
Swine flu kills four in Saudi Arabia on Hajj pilgrimageBBC News
Saudi: 4 pilgrims die of swine flu before hajjThe Associated Press
AFP -ANTARA -Foreign Policy
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 01:44:28 GMT+00:00

Times Online

U. of Nebraska Defeats Tighter Limits on Stem Cell Research
New York Times
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents cast a tie vote on human embryonic stem cell research on Friday, defeating a rare effort to limit such research at a university system beyond what state and federal laws allow. ...
Trial of Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy for Eye Disease PlannedU.S. News & World Report
U. of Neb. board votes down stem-cell rule changesThe Associated Press
Regents make decision on stem cell researchKHAS-TV
Omaha World-Herald -KPTM-TV -Reuters
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 22:22:49 GMT+00:00

Washington Times

Making amends for what one spends
Washington Times
David M. Dickson's article "Health programs have history of cost overruns" (Page 1, Wednesday) tells us that the Obama administration insists that its final health care program will not add one dime to the federal deficit. The truth is that the current ...
House healthcare bill includes financial boost for CaliforniaLos Angeles Times
Deciphering The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ReportAtlantic Online
Health care reform a moral issuePress & Sun-Bulletin
Washington Post -The Associated Press -Politico
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Sat, 21 Nov 2009 22:49:44 GMT+00:00

Albert Lea Tribune

'Lord, what can we do?'
Covington News
The Rev. Phillip Bone, senior pastor of Grace Baptist Church, recently led his congregation in a Bible study on how to implement their spiritual gifts. A current study by Dr. Henry Blackaby on personal spiritual revival prompts ...
Church services in the Dothan areaDothan Eagle
Reidsville churches to host community services on ThanksgivingGreensboro News & Record
Thanksgiving services At area churchesYoungstown Vindicator -Charleston Gazette -Fort Worth Star Telegram
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Fri, 20 Nov 2009 21:49:43 GMT+00:00

New York Times

Cosmetic surgeons frown on Senate's 'botax' plan
WASHINGTON — If you're considering Botox to erase frown lines or liposuction to get rid of love handles, you might want to move fast. The "botax" may be on the way. The $848 billion health care bill that Senate Majority Leader Harry ...
Plastic surgeons say no Botax on BotoxeFitnessNow
US Cosmetic Medical Market Faces New Challenge In Senate BillWall Street Journal
The Botax? Nip/tuck levy to help health care planThe Associated Press
U.S. News & World Report -Crain's New York Business -BusinessWeek
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