Every snippet of information I could gather went into that scrapbook. The science of it? Well, I will leave that to those who know far more than me but, looking back, the risks Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins took strike me as enormous. They splashed down “upside down but they were quite all right”, I recorded nonchalantly. Having diligently cut out and glued articles about “space wives” into my book, I was overwhelmingly excited about “moon germs”. The idea of quarantine fascinated me. … [Read more...] about The moon landing still offers hope in a world ruled by tiny minds
Tests on london patient offer hope of hiv cure
Multiple requests for access to their money for rent or her husband's special medical costs have been evaded or ignored, she said. She asked DW not to use her real name as she feared punitive reactions from her bank as others DW spoke to said they had experienced. "We don't have justice, it's like the mafia is controlling everything," she said. … [Read more...] about UK court win offers hope to Lebanese losing life savings
Mrs Redman said the staff played Nintendo Kart racing with James during his visits. She added: 'We've had to keep a daily diary for the whole study and we had to go initially up to London every other week so it was a big commitment' … [Read more...] about Hope for nut allergy sufferers as British boy, 12, reveals he can now eat as many as seven peanuts without harmful effects after life-changing NHS trial
Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb said: 'It will surprise no-one in this room that the defendant has declined to attend his sentence, while he sits in the cells below, but I will address these remarks to him so when he has the courage to read them he will understand why the court has reached the conclusion it has. … [Read more...] about From hope to horror: Vivid artwork by freezer killer’s victim gives glimpse into her once-happy life – as it emerges serial sex offender who married 14-year-old child bride was repeatedly visited by police while two women were frozen in his cooler
‘Women of working age don’t want to spend weeks travelling daily to receive radiotherapy,’ says Nathan Coombs, a senior breast surgeon at Great Western Hospital who has treated 64 patients using the method. ‘This study shows that giving a single dose of radiotherapy is just as effective, and it can save women from significant travel and hassle. One patient I treated would have otherwise faced a 100-mile round trip every day to receive treatment.’ … [Read more...] about ‘Like having a tooth out’: High-speed radiotherapy cured a mother-of-two’s breast cancer in 30 minutes – so why are doctors still unsure of it?