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Firms use casual meetings to engage staff

Contra Costa Times | 10/05/2003 | Firms use casual meetings to engage staff From the Dallas Morning News–down Danny’s way–via my hometown blat, the Contra Costa Times.

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Excellent article on cancer

While we’re making reference to articles about cancer, I want to make sure everyone is aware of the excellent update Scientific American did back in July on recent evidence affecting theories of cancer. To my way of thinking it’s a must read. One interesting statement: One day science will produce a definitive answer to the question of what causes cancer. ...

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At what price?

One last idea to think about from The Scientist. It was a sidebar to an article so I’m going to quote it in full here. It raises some questions about what the cost will be–financial and otherwise–with more targeted and presumably, more effective cancer treatments.

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Preventing cancer–2 views

From The Scientist “Can we prevent cancer? Absolutely, according to epidemiological data on migrant populations. The Japanese historically have a high incidence of gastric cancer and a low incidence of colon cancer. In the U.S., it is the opposite. In the last half of the twentieth century, upon migration to Hawaii, first generation Japanese saw a dramatic switch in the ...

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