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The Hindu
14 test positive for dengue in Tirthahalli talukOf 40 persons being treated for viral fever in Harogolige Grama Panchayat limit
14 test positive for dengue in Tirthahalli taluk
The Hindu / Posted 17 minutes ago
Of 40 persons being treated for viral fever in Harogolige Grama Panchayat limits in Tirthahalli taluk from past 15 days, the blood samples of 14 patients have been tested positive for dengue. District Health Officer Rajesh Suragihalli told The Hindu... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Dogs monsters bash Broncos out of top fourfor a bye, although the Eels could be stripped 12 points for salary cap breache
Dogs monsters bash Broncos out of top four
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 minutes ago
for a bye, although the Eels could be stripped 12 points for salary cap breaches as early as this week. State of Origin fever has officially spread through Red Hill like the nasty bout of gastro that struck the Maroons last week. The only... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Dogs monsters bash Broncos out of top fourfor a bye, although the Eels could be stripped 12 points for salary cap breache
Dogs monsters bash Broncos out of top four
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 minutes ago
for a bye, although the Eels could be stripped 12 points for salary cap breaches as early as this week. State of Origin fever has officially spread through Red Hill like the nasty bout of gastro that struck the Maroons last week. The only... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Precautionary Measures Needed - Yellow Fever a Current ThreatWhile yellow fever has taken a new wave of scourge causing deaths, vaccine for
Precautionary Measures Needed - Yellow Fever a Current Threat
AllAfrica.com / Posted 47 minutes ago
While yellow fever has taken a new wave of scourge causing deaths, vaccine for the disease has depleted. Emergency stocks of the yellow fever vaccine have been depleted by a mass immunisation programme in Angola, where the disease has killed more... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Three ways politics touched us this weekrumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtim
Three ways politics touched us this week
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted an hour ago
rumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtime MP Jason Kenney's plans reached a fever pitch. After a few months nursing his wounds from last fall's election, Kenney has been mulling his future out loud... Read more
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Macworld
Troll machine: All bad advice, all the timeoperating systems would be the same? No, you wouldn’t, because you judge things
Troll machine: All bad advice, all the time
Macworld / Posted an hour ago
operating systems would be the same? No, you wouldn’t, because you judge things based on facts instead of acting on your fever dreams. That’s one of the things we love about you, Martha. …Apple has failed to make any major upgrades to its... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
All England grass a tonic for Tomiche won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, hav
All England grass a tonic for Tomic
Reuters Sports News / Posted 2 hours ago
he won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, have dogged him in recent years and reached fever pitch when he faced match point at the Madrid Open in May with his racket upside down. He knows, however, that he will... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Virus floors Stewart’s gold medal defenceA SECOND bout of glandular fever has robbed Murray Stewart of an opportunity to
Virus floors Stewart’s gold medal defence
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
A SECOND bout of glandular fever has robbed Murray Stewart of an opportunity to defend his K4 Olympic gold medal. Stewart will still get a chance to contest the single kayak race in Rio but was so floored by the disease he missed three weeks on the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
All England grass a tonic for Tomiche won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, hav
All England grass a tonic for Tomic
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 2 hours ago
he won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, have dogged him in recent years and reached fever pitch when he faced match point at the Madrid Open in May with his racket upside down. He knows, however, that he will... Read more
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NZCity
Fever thrash Pulse in trans-Tasman netballWest Coast Fever revived their finals hopes with a bogey-busting 70-47 win over
Fever thrash Pulse in trans-Tasman netball
NZCity / Posted 2 hours ago
West Coast Fever revived their finals hopes with a bogey-busting 70-47 win over the Central Pulse in Saturday's Trans-Tasman netball clash at Perth Arena. A 52-goal haul from Fever goalshooter Caitlin Bassett and excellent mid-court work from wing... Read more
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The Star
All England grass a tonic for Tomiche won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, hav
All England grass a tonic for Tomic
The Star / Posted 2 hours ago
he won two junior grand slam titles. Allegations of giving up, or tanking, have dogged him in recent years and reached fever pitch when he faced match point at the Madrid Open in May with his racket upside down. He knows, however, that he will... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Virus floors Stewart’s gold medal defenceOlympic Games: Virus floors Australian kayak star Murray Stewart’s gold medal d
Virus floors Stewart’s gold medal defence
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
Olympic Games: Virus floors Australian kayak star Murray Stewart’s gold medal defence A SECOND bout of glandular fever has robbed Murray Stewart of an opportunity to defend his K4 Olympic gold medal. Stewart will still get a chance to... Read more
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Glamsham.com
Guess who gate crashed FEVER music launch?Rajeev Khandewal and Gauahar Khan Starrer upcoming thrillex FEVER is all set to
Guess who gate crashed FEVER music launch?
Glamsham.com / Posted 2 hours ago
Rajeev Khandewal and Gauahar Khan Starrer upcoming thrillex FEVER is all set to hit the screens on July 22. After a successful trailer launch, last evening the makers along with the cast had a musical monsoon evening for the media and fans at a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Rested champs set to leap back into winning formare likely to finish second on the ladder in the Australian conference and will
Rested champs set to leap back into winning form
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
are likely to finish second on the ladder in the Australian conference and will play either Melbourne Vixens or West Coast Fever in a sudden-death playoff in the first week of finals on the weekend of July 9/10. McMeniman said her calf injury has... Read more
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The Signal
David W. Hegg: Living in a broken worldleaving a one-inch gap between the pool edge and the sidewalk in a few places.
David W. Hegg: Living in a broken world
The Signal / Posted 2 hours ago
leaving a one-inch gap between the pool edge and the sidewalk in a few places. Arggh! It was like having a low-grade fever for three weeks. While having several things needing repair was frustrating in itself, the greater problem was my... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Vixens’ finals hopes strangled by Steel10-team league, with the potential to host the grand final. But the loss by th
Vixens’ finals hopes strangled by Steel
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
10-team league, with the potential to host the grand final. But the loss by the Vixens means its battle with West Coast Fever for the final spot in Australian half of the finals fixture won’t be decided until next week. But more worrying for... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Vixens’ finals hopes strangled by Steel10-team league, with the potential to host the grand final. But the loss by th
Vixens’ finals hopes strangled by Steel
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
10-team league, with the potential to host the grand final. But the loss by the Vixens means its battle with West Coast Fever for the final spot in Australian half of the finals fixture won’t be decided until next week. But more worrying for... Read more
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examiner.com
Horse tests positive for EIA [swamp fever] at Arapahoe Park in Aurora, COon Friday, June 25, due to a positive test result for Equine Infection Anemia (
Horse tests positive for EIA [swamp fever] at Arapahoe Park in Aurora, CO
examiner.com / Posted 4 hours ago
on Friday, June 25, due to a positive test result for Equine Infection Anemia (EIA), commonly referred to as swamp fever. EIA is not an issue for humans but it is particularly troubling for horses. It requires an owner to make a difficult... Read more
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New Kerala
Rajeev Khandelwal sings at 'Fever' music launch - newkerala.com #81581Mumbai, June 25 : Actor Rajeev Khandelwal sang a few lines of a song of his upc
Rajeev Khandelwal sings at 'Fever' music launch - newkerala.com #81581
New Kerala / Posted 4 hours ago
Mumbai, June 25 : Actor Rajeev Khandelwal sang a few lines of a song of his upcoming thriller "Fever" at the film's music launch here. "I am so happy about the response we are getting... People are loving the songs. I am sure this album will be... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Buffon Keane picture, Euro 2016 news, Iceland commentator video, Kiraly fashionhave come to France, those back home are relying on Benediktsson. Iceland’s pl
Buffon Keane picture, Euro 2016 news, Iceland commentator video, Kiraly fashion
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 4 hours ago
have come to France, those back home are relying on Benediktsson. Iceland’s players have given him every reason to reach fever pitch in his calls: a 1-1 draw after trailing against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal, then another 1-1 draw from the... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Foley column: A restoration from car feverWyoming driver's license. And before the ink was dry on that document, I was i
Foley column: A restoration from car fever
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
Wyoming driver's license. And before the ink was dry on that document, I was infected with a full-blown case of "car fever." Not "new-car," as in right off the showroom floor, but as in already well driven, and certainly lacking in the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury health unit urges whooping cough shotsseven to 10 days after being exposed to someone who is infected. It usually st
Sudbury health unit urges whooping cough shots
The Sudbury Star / Posted 6 hours ago
seven to 10 days after being exposed to someone who is infected. It usually starts with cold-like symptoms, such as a mild fever and cough. After one to two weeks, severe, violent and uncontrollable coughing can begin and last six to 12 weeks.... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Was It Yellow Fever?who was sexually adventurous but pliant to his demands. He seemed to be yet ano
Was It Yellow Fever?
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 hours ago
who was sexually adventurous but pliant to his demands. He seemed to be yet another white man who had caught the Yellow Fever. The colloquial term “Yellow Fever” is most commonly attributed to white men who seem to exclusively date Asian women,... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Century after 1st major US polio epidemic, eradication eyedwere out in the street, splashing in the water, just being kids. The next day,
Century after 1st major US polio epidemic, eradication eyed
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
were out in the street, splashing in the water, just being kids. The next day, 8-year-old Hovemeyer developed a high fever and couldn't stand or walk. His mother called an ambulance, but the crew was reluctant to take him. "They walked in... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Century after 1st major US polio epidemic, eradication eyedwere out in the street, splashing in the water, just being kids. The next day,
Century after 1st major US polio epidemic, eradication eyed
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 7 hours ago
were out in the street, splashing in the water, just being kids. The next day, 8-year-old Hovemeyer developed a high fever and couldn't stand or walk. His mother called an ambulance, but the crew was reluctant to take him. "They walked in... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
SF Health Department warns of meningococcal outbreak ahead of Pride celebrationor blood infection, according to health department officials. Symptoms can beg
SF Health Department warns of meningococcal outbreak ahead of Pride celebration
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 7 hours ago
or blood infection, according to health department officials. Symptoms can begin a few days after exposure and can include fever, chills, vomiting, severe headaches, stiff neck, confusion, rash, nausea or vomiting and muscle pains. Vaccinations... Read more
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KWGN Denver
Horse tests positive for rare, infectious disease in Coloradokept in isolation from other horses for the rest of its life. That’s after test
Horse tests positive for rare, infectious disease in Colorado
KWGN Denver / Posted 8 hours ago
kept in isolation from other horses for the rest of its life. That’s after testing positive for EIA, also known as “swamp fever.” It’s a viral disease impacting horses, mules and donkeys. It’s spread by biting flies. Symptoms include high fever,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Armida review: Music wins in Pinchgut's magic tale of warriors and witchesIdreno, is a solid foil. Their biggest challenge is not so much the notes as t
Armida review: Music wins in Pinchgut's magic tale of warriors and witches
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
Idreno, is a solid foil. Their biggest challenge is not so much the notes as the drama: for while the music rattles on at fever pitch, for me the emotion fuelling it sometimes fails to make it all the way to the audience. It is not a volume... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
1 dead, 8 others infected in recent SoCal meningococcal disease outbreakis relatively uncommon and spread by proximity to sneezing and coughing or cont
1 dead, 8 others infected in recent SoCal meningococcal disease outbreak
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 9 hours ago
is relatively uncommon and spread by proximity to sneezing and coughing or contact with saliva or mucus. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, severe headache, stiff neck, confusion, rash and generalized muscle pains. Symptoms can start just a few... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Horse tests positive for rare, infectious disease in Coloradokept in isolation from other horses for the rest of its life. That’s after test
Horse tests positive for rare, infectious disease in Colorado
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 9 hours ago
kept in isolation from other horses for the rest of its life. That’s after testing positive for EIA, also known as “swamp fever.” It’s a viral disease impacting horses, mules and donkeys. It’s spread by biting flies. Symptoms include high fever,... Read more
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The Star
More parents choosing not to immunise kidsimmunisation to children against 12 diseases. He said there were minor side-ef
More parents choosing not to immunise kids
The Star / Posted 9 hours ago
immunisation to children against 12 diseases. He said there were minor side-effects from vaccination, such as a slight fever, but preventing the diseases was more important. However, there were no plans to make immunisation compulsory or to... Read more
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Northern Star
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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Queensland Times
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
Queensland Times / Posted 9 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 10 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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News Mail
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
News Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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Hamilton News
Three ways politics touched us this weekrumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtim
Three ways politics touched us this week
Hamilton News / Posted 10 hours ago
rumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtime MP Jason Kenney's plans reached a fever pitch. After a few months nursing his wounds from last fall's election, Kenney has been mulling his future out loud... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
Daily Examiner / Posted 10 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a "selfie" with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. "I love her. She says... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
PHOTOS: Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline HansonAS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing the
PHOTOS: Star-struck Gladstone man seeks selfie with Pauline Hanson
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
AS FEDERAL election fever well and truly sets in, Flynn voters are choosing their sides. Gladstone local Adam Masters made the trip down to Light Box yesterday to take a “selfie” with his favourite politician, Pauline Hanson. “I love her. She says... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Meningococcal outbreak prompts SF warning on Pride weekendwho tested positive for the disease in Southern California were in the gay comm
Meningococcal outbreak prompts SF warning on Pride weekend
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 hours ago
who tested positive for the disease in Southern California were in the gay community. Symptoms of the disease include fever, vomiting, nausea, headaches, stiff neck, confusion, rash and muscle pain. The disease can lead to meningitis, an... Read more
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WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley
Lebanon County man volunteering at Rio Olympics; selling memorabilia to pay for tripGAMES. >> I ATTENDED 84 GAMES L.A. I WAS IN OFFICIAL IN SYDNEY. 2004 I WENT TO
Lebanon County man volunteering at Rio Olympics; selling memorabilia to pay for trip
WGAL 8 Susquehanna Valley / Posted 11 hours ago
GAMES. >> I ATTENDED 84 GAMES L.A. I WAS IN OFFICIAL IN SYDNEY. 2004 I WENT TO ATHENS, GREECE. REPORTER: HE CUAGHT OLYMPIC FEVER WHEN HE WAS IN COLLEGE. THE BAD PASS PLACE IN THE IN FRIENDSHIP. REPORTER: JONES HASN'T COMPETED. VOLUNTEER. >> AND I... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Are you at risk for dangerous bacteria?says you should look for a rash and any pain. He says you might have some, but
Are you at risk for dangerous bacteria?
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 11 hours ago
says you should look for a rash and any pain. He says you might have some, but not all of these symptoms: rash, chills, fever, blistering, vomiting or diarrhea. If you have any of those symptoms you should go to your doctor immediately. Does... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Alberta parents’ case sheds light on regulation of naturopaths– at a naturopathic clinic in Lethbridge in March, 2012, after the boy had been
Alberta parents’ case sheds light on regulation of naturopaths
The Globe and Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
– at a naturopathic clinic in Lethbridge in March, 2012, after the boy had been sick for days with symptoms that included a fever. The trial heard conflicting evidence about whether Dr. Tannis had actually met Ms. Stephan before Ms. Stephan left... Read more
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Mississauga News
Three ways politics touched us this weekrumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtim
Three ways politics touched us this week
Mississauga News / Posted 12 hours ago
rumour mill turned into a deafening roar this week as speculation about longtime MP Jason Kenney's plans reached a fever pitch. After a few months nursing his wounds from last fall's election, Kenney has been mulling his future out loud... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Can cancer just disappear?spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800
Can cancer just disappear?
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800s, William Coley observed that inducing a fever could result in tumour regression. He developed a bacterial vaccine ("Coley's vaccine") that was successful in reducing... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Vixens can’t afford a trip up against Steelhead across the Tasman after consecutive wins over Northern Mystics and West Co
Vixens can’t afford a trip up against Steel
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
head across the Tasman after consecutive wins over Northern Mystics and West Coast, which pushed them a game clear of the Fever in the battle for the third finals position. While the Vixens gained vital breathing space on the Australian... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Stanhope Elmore graduate set to compete in national rodeo finals>> LeBron James has all the gold he needs this summer.More >> Coach John Gras
Stanhope Elmore graduate set to compete in national rodeo finals
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 12 hours ago
>> LeBron James has all the gold he needs this summer.More >> Coach John Grass and Jacksonville State check out Fever Country talentCoach John Grass and Jacksonville State check out Fever Country talent Jacksonville State held a... Read more
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Northern Star
Can cancer just disappear?spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800
Can cancer just disappear?
Northern Star / Posted 12 hours ago
spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800s, William Coley observed that inducing a fever could result in tumour regression. He developed a bacterial vaccine ("Coley's vaccine") that was successful in reducing... Read more
6 related stories
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The Daily Mercury
Can cancer just disappear?spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800
Can cancer just disappear?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
spontaneously disappeared after a severe bacterial infection. In the late 1800s, William Coley observed that inducing a fever could result in tumour regression. He developed a bacterial vaccine ("Coley's vaccine") that was successful in reducing... Read more
6 related stories
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Herald Sun
Vixens can’t afford a trip up against Steelhead across the Tasman after consecutive wins over Northern Mystics and West Co
Vixens can’t afford a trip up against Steel
Herald Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
head across the Tasman after consecutive wins over Northern Mystics and West Coast, which pushed them a game clear of the Fever in the battle for the third finals position. While the Vixens gained vital breathing space on the Australian... Read more
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