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Controversial 'KATH blood' tests negative of HIV, Syphilis - GhanaWeb
Preliminary laboratory test conducted on units of blood alleged to be infected...

Protesters take aim at Oregon Zoo following the death of Lily the elephant -
PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) - The Oregon Zoo reopened its doors Saturday after closing Friday, so staff could grieve the sudden death of Lily the baby elephant.

Type 2 diabetes: NHS to offer 800-calorie diet treatment - BBC News
A diet of soups and shakes that can reverse type 2 diabetes is to be trialled by the NHS in England.

Major dark web drug suppliers voluntarily ban sales of deadly drug - Neowin
The United Kingdom's National Crime Agency has said that several online drug markets located on the dark web have taken down fentanyl product listings given the danger it poses to human life.

Utah researcher says premature use of embryonic gene editing 'shocking' - Deseret News
Prominent University of Utah researcher Dana Carroll was among those rocked by reports at a Hong Kong conference this week that a Chinese researcher crossed ethical boundaries in performing gene...

Florida strict on cannabis penalties; California, not as much - The Ledger
Florida laws are strict and possession and distribution of cannabis by a minor within 1,000 feet of a school is considered a felony. One example of a

Man with cancer allegedly suspended from his job for using medical marijuana - Yahoo Lifestyle
A man battling non-Hodgkin lymphoma was suspended from work when his medical marijuana showed up on a drug test.

An 8-year-old boy celebrates after beating stage 4 brain cancer -
An eight-year-old boy is being called a superhero after beating stage 4 brain cancer with the help of St. Jude

HIV Survivor: HIV/AIDS "is not a death sentence" - WWAY NewsChannel 3
December 1 marked the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day. It is the international day of AIDS awareness and a day to remember those lost to the disease.

Illinois man charged with trying to give officer HIV by biting him - WGN TV Chicago
CARY, Ill. — A northern Illinois man has been charged with trying to give an officer HIV by biting him in the leg. Police in the community of Cary tell The Northwest Herald that the incident happened in June when police went to the home of 37-year-old Chris…

Measles reported in East Ramapo elementary school as outbreak spreads to a public school - The Journal News |
The first case of measles in a Rockland public school was reported to parents on Friday in a letter.

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