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usatoday.comCongresswomen, press to face off in softball game, fundraise for breast cancer survivorsThe Congressional Women’s Softball Committee has already raised more than $300,000 this year for its annual softball game benefiting the Young Survivor Coalition, an organization that supports breast cancer survivors younger than the age of 40.
phys.orgResearchers develop a better method to compare gene expression in single cellsEfforts to capitalize on next-generation sequencing to compare gene expression in individual cells for clues about cancer's origins, progression or relapse just got a boost. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital researchers have developed an algorithm that provides a more accurate and sensitive method of identifying differences in gene expression in individual cells.
ethicalmarketingnews.comSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Expands International Reach with St. Jude Global - Ethical Marketing NewsSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is expanding its reach around the world with the launch of St. Jude Global. The hospital today unveiled this bold new initiative that grows and strengthens its efforts to improve access to care for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases in every corner of the world. St. Jude is investing more than $100 million in St. Jude Global to achieve an ambitious goal of influencing the care of 30 percent of children with cancer worldwide within the next decade. “St. Jude founder Danny Thomas…3
history.house.govThe Congressional Softball Game | US House of Representatives: History, Art & ArchivesFirst organized in 2009 by Representatives Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida and Jo Ann Emerson of Missouri to support breast cancer charities, the annual Congressional Women’s Softball game is played by a bipartisan group of women Members of the House and Senate against the female press corps. Jean Schmidt of Ohio reflected on the spirit of the game, “Many times we disagree on the aisle about issues, but we are here on the battlefield trying to beat the press corps, but most importantly to raise money to help women beat their disease of breast cancer.”
theslot.jezebel.comHero Congressional Intern Yells 'Fuck You!' to Donald TrumpIf you are an intern seeking employment, yelling “Fuck you!” to your boss, let alone your boss’s boss’s boss, is probably not a great idea. However, if that man is Donald Trump, a cancer metastasizing over the United States and a man responsible for imprisoning babies at the Texas border, then telling him to fuck right off is really your moral obligation and duty as a patriot.