US Senator Kennedy has brain tumor surgically removed

Monday, June 2, 2008 Today, United States Senator Ted Kennedy underwent surgery for a brain tumor at Duke University Medical Center. Kennedy, 76, was diagnosed with malignant glioma, a common but dangerous form of cancer, after suffering a seizure on May 17. Kennedy has met repeatedly with friend and medical advisor Dr. Lawrence C. Horowitz to plan a course of treatment. The first, of the major phases of that treatment has now been completed, and it is expected that chemotherapy and radiotherapy will follow. “I am pleased to report that…

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‘Afghanistan is a 20-year venture’ warns Canadian general

Monday, August 8, 2005 Maj.-Gen. Andrew Leslie, one of Canada’s top generals says Canadians should prepare for a long mission to Afghanistan in order to help it break out of “a cycle of warlords and tribalism.” Leslie told the audience attending the 74th Annual Couchiching Summer Conference in Orillia, Ontario, Canada on The Use of Force Within and Between Nations that Canada’s troops will have casualties. As many as 1,250 Canadian soldiers will be serving in Afghanistan by February 2006. A 250-strong provincial reconstruction team mission is currently gathering to…

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Auditions In Cartoon Voices

Click Here For More Specific Information On: Ux Courses Sydney By Sean Goudelocks Cartoons are the most dynamic television characters. At one time they are shouting and then the next minute they are crying or singing. For one to audition for a cartoon voice he/she should be flexible in balancing a wide range of voices. The following are tips you should consider as you prepare to audition for a cartoon character: 1) Be real. Cartoon voices are complex and if you are not talented in imitating them, don’t force yourself.…

Wikinews Shorts: December 9, 2008

A compilation of brief news reports for¬†Tuesday, December 9, 2008. Contents 1 US media group Tribune files for bankruptcy protection 2 Quebec votes in general election 3 Bailout for US automakers nears agreement ¬†Contribute to Wikinews by expanding these briefs or add a new one. The United States media group Tribune Company has filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday as it struggled to sort out its US$13 billion debt. It is the second-largest newspaper publisher in the United States, responsible for the Chicago Tribune and the Los Angeles Times, among…

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