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Thiotepa Conditioning Regimens Improve Survival in Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma

Thiotepa-based therapies appeared to improve survival compared to treatment with carmustine, etoposide, cytarabine, and melphalan (BEAM) prior to autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (AHCT) in patients with primary central nervous system lymphoma (PCNSL), data recently published in JAMA showed Oncology. “Extrapolated from experience with systemic lymphoma, early AHCT studies for PCNSL used carmustine / etoposide […]

New Fortress Energy Signs 15 Year Contract To Supply Natural Gas To Norsk Hydro’s Brazil Refinery

The energy infrastructure company New Fortress Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the supply of natural gas to a subsidiary of Norsk Hydro. The agreement with the Alunorte Alumina refinery in Brazil has a term of 15 years. Under the agreement, New Fortress Energy will deliver an agreed minimum volume of natural […]

Study reveals food scarcity, desperate diet of Marine killed in Korean War | Nebraska Today

In the twilight below zero on November 27, 1950, nestled next to the Chosin reservoir and surrounded by the slopes of treacherous terrain, the 1st Battalion, 7th Regiment of the 1st Marine Division, was in the center of a closing circle – and an early one but decisive battle in the Korean War. In the […]

Survival of the fittest | Commentaries

Dr. E. Faye Williams I am not perfect, nor do I claim to be. While I try to get as close as possible, I don’t rate my behavior as perfect or my judgment as infallible. I accept the humanity and infallibility of others and hope that if I am judged by others, I will receive […]

Bosnian Serbs, Serbia Launch Construction Of Controversial Hydropower Plant

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia-Herzegovina – The predominantly Serbian unit of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Republika Srpska and neighboring Serbia have started building a hydropower plant on the Drina, despite opposition from environmental organizations and the Bosnian central government. The Prime Ministers of the Republika Srpska and Serbia, Radovan Viskovic and Ana Brnabic, on May 17th laid the foundation […]

Idaho Fish & Game Winter Survival Estimates For Mule Deer, Elk Remain Above Average and Similar to 2020 | Idaho

BOISE – According to figures released by Idaho Fish & Game, the nationwide survival of mule deer calves and elk calves was above average through late April. Fish and wildlife biologists will continue monitoring through May, but traditionally less than 5 percent of deaths occur after April. “In years with milder winters like this, we […]

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Fillies down Lady Preppers in non-league softball game | Sports

Morgan Kelly threw Marian an 11-5 softball win over MMI in Foster Twp on Saturday. On offense, Kelly scored two hits, including a 3-run home run in the park that allowed Marian’s 4-run inning for the fourth inning. In the circle she threw a full game on and hit 10. Jackie Guth also had three […]

Bosnia’s Serb Republic, Serbia launch construction of 125MW hydro power plant

The Prime Ministers of the autonomous Serbian Republic of Bosnia and neighboring Serbia started construction of a 125-megawatt hydropower plant on the Drina on Monday, which will help diversify their future energy mix. The Buk Bijela Dam and Plant, near the eastern Bosnian city of Foca, will be part of a system of three hydropower […]

China’s Zhurong rover has landed on Mars: Next challenge survival in inhospitable Martian environment

China made history on Friday by becoming the third nation to land a rover on the surface of another planet. The Zhurong rover, which landed in Utopia Planitia, will roll out of its lander cocoon on the surface in the coming weeks. The landing of Tianwen 1 on Mars was the latest example of China’s […]

Devastating natural disasters show the need for resilient, sustainable and inclusive infrastructure – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article has been brought to you thanks to The European Sting’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum. Author: Nick O’Regan, Director of Implementation Practices and Standards, UNOPS The eruption of La Soufrière volcano touches every aspect of life on St. Vincent and the Gerardines, affecting food security, marine ecosystems and ecotourism. The […]