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Father fights to find cure for his son’s cancer

Father fights to find cure for his son’s cancerFrederico Goldsztein was just nine years old when he was first diagnosed with a life-altering brain tumor called Medulloblastoma, the most common brain cancer for children.Frederico, now 17, was living a healthy life with his family in Brazil. He loved school and loved to read. His father, Fernando Goldsztein said he has read every Agatha Christie novel. Then came Frederico’s diagnosis.”It’s simply, the worst thing that that, that a father or mother can hear,” Fernando told Fox News. “It’s very sad to see a kid suffering from cancer, particularly because they have the whole life ahead of them.”US MEASLES CASES ARE UP IN 2024. WHAT’S DRIVING THE INCREASE?But there is now a bit of hope for the 500 families a year whose children have been diagnosed with this form of brain tumor: a possible breakthrough thanks to the fundraising efforts of a determined…


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‘The Economy Ground to a Halt’: Fox’s Cavuto Pushes Back When GOP Fundraiser Claims Americans ...

‘The Economy Ground to a Halt’: Fox’s Cavuto Pushes Back When GOP Fundraiser Claims Americans …Fox News’ Neil Cavuto offered a reality check to a contributor who claimed Americans “are remembering how better off” they were under the Trump administration than under Biden. Cavuto started off the conversation on Thursday about the economy and inflation with a GOP fundraiser. “We bounce back from our worst levels today on a better-than-expected wholesale inflation report, not that much better, but inflation still a big worry,” he said. “I am sure if you’re Donald Trump or Republicans you’re seizing on, ‘that is the issue,’ that will get you back in the White House. What do you think?” “It is the issue,” answered Republican fundraiser Noelle Nikpur. She continued: A lot of Americans sitting at the everyday kitchen table don’t understand wholesale inflation. All they know is when they go to the grocery store…


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Draft Prospect Interviews: Michigan WR Roman Wilson | Full Episode

Draft Prospect Interviews: Michigan WR Roman Wilson | Full EpisodeDave Helman sits down with another NFL draft prospect, wide receiver Roman Wilson out of Michigan, on a special episode of the NFL on FOX Podcast! Dave and Roman discuss Roman’s background growing up in Hawaii and winning 38 straight high school football games before enrolling at Michigan for the COVID-19-shortened 2020 season. They also talk about Roman’s fit in the NFL, his experience at the Senior Bowl, and the idea of reuniting with Jim Harbaugh in Los Angeles. Finally, Roman shares his scouting reports for a couple of his Michigan teammates, including quarterback J.J. McCarthy. ….. Read More.FOX SPORTS – General Sports | Sports & RecreationFri, April 12, 20244 hours ago


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Biden-Harris Administration’s Supply Chain Initiative Marks Significant Progress

Biden-Harris Administration’s Supply Chain Initiative Marks Significant Progress  Two years into its launch, the Freight Logistics Optimization Works (FLOW) initiative, a cornerstone of the Biden-Harris administration’s effort to address supply chain disruptions, is showing promising results. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) recently announced the expansion of the FLOW platform to include data on inland freight hubs, such as rail terminals and warehouse destinations. This new development is poised to provide FLOW members, encompassing the nation’s leading container ports, ocean carriers, and major retail importers, with a more comprehensive view of the supply chain, enabling better capacity planning and reduction of delays. Initiated as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic-induced supply chain challenges, the FLOW initiative stands as a testament to the administration’s commitment to a whole-of-government approach to tackle supply chain disruptions. The efforts to enhance supply chain resilience have not only resulted in lower consumer costs but have…


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The Woman Who Chased a Shredding Truck

The Woman Who Chased a Shredding TruckSalleigh Grubbs was in her office on Friday, November 20, 2020, when she got a phone call from a friend. Susan’s at Jim Miller Park—they’re shredding ballots! the friend said. Susan was Susan Knox, a woman Salleigh had met a week earlier when both were volunteering as election observers at Jim R. Miller Park, an event center in Cobb County, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta, where the county government was now conducting a hand recount of the ballots in the presidential election. The recount had been ordered by Brad Raffensperger, the Republican secretary of state, under pressure from President Donald Trump and his allies, who insisted that Trump hadn’t really lost Georgia by more than 11,000 votes. Salleigh didn’t believe the result either. Her own Cobb County had been the largest source of Republican votes in the state, and for decades it had formed the…


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