Mesothelioma: Information & Resources

Mesothelioma: Information & Resources

Malignant mesothelioma (sometimes referred to as “mesothelioma” or simply “meso”) is an aggressive form of cancer that affects tens of thousands of people worldwide. Generally associated with long-term exposure to materials that contain asbestos, mesothelioma can grow and spread with alarming speed, which is why early diagnosis is so crucial to a good prognosis. However, […]

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Interview with Fireweed author: Terry Montague

Interview with Fireweed author: Terry Montague

Fireweed by Terry Montague is an intriguing and poignant WWII saga from the German citizen point of view. Terry pulls the reader into Lisel’s heart and then lets you see, smell, hear, feel and touch her world. I wanted to reach out and give Lisel a hug. Margaret: Why do you write? Terry: Because I […]

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Interview with Connie Flynn – Author of Know When to Run

Interview with Connie Flynn – Author of Know When to Run

Know When to Run by Connie Flynn begins with excitement and moves forward with exciting twists and turns. The characters are well developed and descriptions are so real you feel the tension and smell the fear. This witty and hot romantic suspense is action packed and erupts with emotion. Connie Flynn is a member of Romance Writers […]

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Chosen: Werewolf Academy Book 7 – The Finale

Chosen: Werewolf Academy Book 7 – The Finale

Cheree Alsop’s conclusion to her Werewolf Academy series: Chosen vibrated my soul with strains of the Cannons from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.  Chosen is the 7th book in this powerful series that splays real world prejudice and bigotry open with a blast while entertaining with paranormal fantasy that is not for the faint of heart. Alex knew […]

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Southwest Human Development Children’s Book Writing Contest

Southwest Human Development Children’s Book Writing Contest

First Edition: A Books for Babies & Toddlers, Too Project Children’s Book Writing Contest Flyer Submission Guidelines Southwest Human Development We’ll edit, illustrate and promote the book. All you need to do is write it! Submissions are accepted July 15, 2015 – September 15, 2015 For more information or to submit your manuscript, please visit www.firsteditionproject.com […]

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Support the 21st Century Cures Act

Support the 21st Century Cures Act

Source: Support the 21st Century Cures Act

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Bridges of the Heart by Joan Sowards

Bridges of the Heart by Joan Sowards

Bridges of the Heart by Joan Sowards provides the reader an intriguing contemporary romance as well as unique perspective of early the 19th century South. It is the perfect time travel novel for family history buffs. Twenty-one-year-old Rachel Lisenby finds life hard to cope with after her mother passes away from cancer. To add to […]

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A Leadership Conversation with Dr. Marty Tenenbaum and Dr. Josh LaBaer

A Leadership Conversation with Dr. Marty Tenenbaum and Dr. Josh LaBaer

Join AZBio and Members of Arizona’s Healthcare and Life Science Community for Big Questions – Big Data – Big Science: A Leadership Conversation with Dr. Marty Tenenbaum, founder of Cancer Commons and Dr. Josh LaBaer  of the Biodesign Institute  at ASU It’s been said time and again that when it comes to science and research, Arizona’s […]

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Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies

Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies

Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and now a documentary from Ken Burns on PBS. The book  is a magnificent, profoundly humane “biography” of cancer—from its first documented appearances thousands of years ago through the epic battles in the twentieth century to […]

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Don’t Ask, Do Tell!

Don’t Ask, Do Tell!

Stand Up 2 Cancer Caregiver tip.   After a cancer diagnosis family and friends frequently feel powerless to help. It is difficult to know how to provide support to your loved one, especially when you may feel like you don’t know what to do or where to start. Stand Up 2 Cancer shares the suggestion that […]

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