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Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. A medical professional who practices oncology is an oncologist. Cancer survival has improved due to three main components: improved prevention efforts to reduce exposure to risk factors e. Cancers are often managed through discussion on multi-disciplinary cancer conferences [7] where medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologistspathologists, radiologists, and organ specific oncologists meet to find the best possible management for an individual patient considering the physical, social, psychological, emotional, and financial status of the patient.

Because a cancer diagnosis can cause distress and anxiety[9] clinicians may use a number of strategies such as SPIKES [10] for delivering the bad news. Cancer screening is recommended for cancers of breast, [17] cervix, [18] colon, [19] and lung. Blood investigations including hemoglobin, total leukocyte count, platelet count, peripheral smear, red cell indices.

Bone marrow studies including aspiration, flow cytometry[41] cytogenetics, [42] fluorescent in situ hybridisation and molecular studies. Excision biopsy of lymph node for histopathological examination, [44] immunohistochemistry, [45] and molecular studies.

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Blood investigations include lactate dehydrogenase LDHserum uric acid, and kidney function tests. Bone marrow biopsy. Biopsy for histopathology and immunohistochemistry. Includes acute and chronic leukemias. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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See cancer for the biology of the disease, as well as a list of malignant diseases. For the journal, see Oncology journal. For the medical journal, see Clinical Oncology. Branch of medicine dealing with cancer.

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You can help by converting this articleif appropriate. Editing help is available. May A coronal CT scan showing a malignant mesotheliomaindicated by the asterisk and the arrows.Nicholas Patrick Toth born September 22, is an American archaeologist and paleoanthropologist. Toth was born and grew up in ClevelandOhio. He graduated from Brooklyn High School in and in earned a B. Toth attended Oxford UniversityEngland where he obtained a Post-graduate Diploma with distinction in Prehistoric Archaeology in From there he went on to study at the University of California, Berkeleywhere he obtained an M.

While at Berkeley he studied with professors Glynn IsaacJ. Desmond ClarkF. In the summer ofToth met Kathy Schick while the two were working together on an archaeological dig in Ohio. With similar interests and both attending graduate school in Anthropology, they soon began collaborating on their research.

Toth and Schick went on to attend graduate school at the University of California, Berkeley and were married during that time. Their marriage was followed by extended periods of fieldwork at Koobi Fora East Lake TurkanaKenya where they conducted research for the next four years under the direction of Berkeley professor Glynn Isaac and Richard Leakey of the National Museum of Kenya.

From to he was a post-doctoral research scientist at the Institute of Human Origins in Berkeley, Ca. From to the present he has been a faculty member in the College of Arts and Sciences at Indiana University, Bloomington, in the Anthropology Department and the Cognitive Science Program, and has served as an adjunct professor in the Biology Department and the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Science.

Inthe couple founded the Stone Age Institute, a non-profit education and research facility located in Indiana and dedicated to research into human origins.

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Toth and Schick continue as co-directors and executive board members of the Stone Age Institute. Over the course of his career Toth has participated in public education programs which help provide children and adults access to educational materials and related media on subjects such as human evolution, archaeology, anthropology, and big history.

One such program is a big history project with Kathy Schick titled " Origins: From the Big Bang to the World Wide Web " which began in with a multi-year museum installation at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures as well as the permanent, multifaceted educational website which has been running since Toth's courses for the project include one titled Introduction to Archaeology and another titled Making Stone Toolsboth of which can be viewed free of charge on YouTube or Khan Academy.

In addition to participation in programs such as these, Toth and Schick, as directors of the Stone Age Institute, have made pdf files of the research volumes published by the Stone Age Institute Press available as free downloads. Toth has engaged in field and laboratory research since the late s, resulting in scientific publications on a variety of topics including human evolutionAfrican prehistory, Paleolithic studies, the evolution of human intelligence, lithic technology, raw materials of antiquity, experimental archaeologymicroscopic approaches to archaeology, faunal analysis, and taphonomygeoarchaeologyethnoarchaeologyprimate studies, history of evolutionary thought, and Big History studying and teaching history from the Big Bang to recent times.

In his decades of experimental research into the manufacture and use of early stone tools, Toth has replicated thousands of Oldowan and Acheulean artifacts, many of which he has used in controlled experiments involving such things as cutting through thick hides and the butchering of large animals all animals used in these studies had died of natural causes, no animals were killed for the purposes of this research.

This research revealed that the most important tools to the early stone tool makers may have been the sharp-edged flakes that were removed from the choppers and pebble tools, rather than the choppers and pebble tools themselves, as had been previously supposed.

Flake assemblages had been a largely ignored part of archaeological collections from sites of this time period because they were thought to have been a by-product of the manufacture of the more formal choppers and other pebble tools.

InToth began a long-term collaborative research project, along with Kathy Schick and psychologist Sue Savage-Rumbaughto observe the bonobo Kanzi as he learned to make and use stone tools.There were over newspapers founded in Washington, D.

While most of these newspapers ceased to be published beforea few survived till the 20th-century, including the notable Washington Post and Evening Star newspapers. The newspapers included mostly English-language a few German and one French daily, weekly, and monthly newspapers. From the founding of the District, many of these newspapers reported on news of national government affairs, since the District is the capital seat of the United States of America.

Thomas Jefferson was instrumental in helping to establish some of the early newspapers in Washington, D. From the founding of Washington, D. During the American Civil War some newspapers were founded and published in military camps and hospitals within Washington, D.

The following lists show the name of the newspaper, place of publication Washington, D. Publishers are listed when known. The lists are broken out by time period of the initial founding for convenience.

Georgetown, originally part of the state of Maryland, was the first populated place in Washington, D. The first newspapers appeared in Georgetown, which became an independently municipal government within the District of Columbia, along with the City of Washington, the City of Alexandria retroceeded to Virginia in[4] and the newly created County of Washington and County of Alexandria retroceeded to Virginia innow Arlington County, Virginia.

Between and there were 68 newspapers founded in the area that is now Washington, D. All of these newspapers ceased printing by There were newspapers founded in Washington, D. The Daily Evening Starfounded incontinued publication under several different names until it ceased publicationas the Washington Star. This included newspapers found at Union military camps and hospitals during the American Civil War.

The Washington Postfounded incontinues to be published as a national newspaper in the 21st-century. Several African American owned newspapers were founded during reconstruction in Washington, D.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: List of newspapers in Washington, D. Selected front pages. Centennial History of the City of Washington, D. Retrieved February 21, Chronicling American, Library of Congress. Retrieved February 12, Archived from the original on February 6, Washington History. Archived from the original PDF on January 18, Retrieved January 16, The Washington Post. July 24, Washington, D. Retrieved February 24, Washington City and Capitol.

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See my post Fresh Bread: Buy It, Store It, Keep It Fresh Without Plastic. Ask your local grocer to take them back. Or empty your berries into your own container before leaving the store and leave the plastic basket behind. If enough of us do this, perhaps merchants will take note. Unfortunately, the milk bottle does contain an unrecyclable plastic cap.

But I would rather buy milk in a glass bottle capped with plastic than milk contained in plastic on all sides. Going in on it with friends can make it more affordable. Check out my instructions for storing cheese without plastic. I agonized for a while over which brands of frozen meals used the best containers, but in the end there was just no sound alternative.

They all use plastic. Even frozen food trays that seem to be made of cardboard are lined with plastic. Read more about plastic in chewing gum here. The key is bringing my own reusable bags and containers with me to the store. You can carry the same kind of cotton bags for bulk purchases as for produce (see above. Why shop from bulk bins and take new plastic bags. A question I am frequently asked is how to avoid paying for the additional weight of the container.

Stores have various methods for deducting the container weight. At Whole Foods, for example, I take my containers to the customer service desk to have them weighed before filling. That weight is then deducted from the total weight of the item at the checkout counter. At Berkeley Bowl, empty containers are weighed at the Bulk Counter and then weighed again at the same counter when full before checking out. At Rainbow Grocery, customers weigh their own containers. And all the cotton bags that I use are printed with the tare weight on their tags.

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Concerned about cross contamination for people with allergies. Check out my post on avoiding gluten while still living plastic-free. Even if you live in an area that does not have bulk food stores, you can still buy non-perishable goods in large size packages, which will decrease the amount of plastic used overall. What are we worried about.

Or is it that the produce will get dirty. At the grocery store, I put most produce directly into my cart and then into my reusable bag.If you have a huge pile of crops you need to sell right now to fund important purchases, skip the box and take them to the appropriate store to sell them. If you do have a silo, however, the wild grass you cut down become hay.

First, you can move any building at a later date (with no penalty). Just visit the carpenter and pick a new spot. Mercifully (and with an improbable TARDIS like quality) upgraded buildings maintain the same footprint no matter how big the interior gets.

This means the modest starter barn takes up exactly as much space on your farm as the fully upgraded barn. Hands down, fishing is the most polarizing thing in the Stardew Valley player community. First, treat the fishing mini-game more like a dance and less like a click-spamming endurance challenge. Instead, click slowly at first and watch the fish behavior. The more you fish, the better you get at it (both in terms of game playing skill and in-game skill points) and the catch bar gets bigger.

So even if it frustrates you to death in the beginning, stick with it because not only is becoming a master angler rewarding, but fish are profitable, necessary for some in-game quests, and there are opportunities for you to show off your fishing skills for prizes along the way. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on Twitter if you'd like. Get downloadable ebooks for free.

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How to Use Your Smartphone to Easily Send Money to Family and Friends What is Apple Music and How Does It Work. Join the How-To Geek Club. We were fortunate to. Also made us laugh so much through the whole. We were fortunate to get the same, excellent guide (Renee) on both tours. A native of New Orleans and very proud of her city and her heritage, she made the tours historically interesting.

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