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University of Miami at Forefront of Prostate Cancer Treatment (Wed, 20 Jun 2018)
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, behind skin cancer. About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with this disease during his lifetime. Here at the University of Miami Miller School, we conducted the first U.S. clinical cohort study with 50 patients using the Ablatherm Robotic HIFU (High Intensity Focused Ultrasound) […] The post University of Miami at Forefront of Prostate Cancer Treatment appeared first on FORWARD Florida.
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Trump, the USFL and Florida (Sun, 24 Sep 2017)
When President Trump on Friday (Sept. 22) decided to use an Alabama campaign rally to lambast NFL players who didn’t stand for the national anthem, NFL owners who didn’t fire those players and the league itself for trying to cut back on hits suspected of contributing to brain damage, he unleashed a firestorm of criticism […] The post Trump, the USFL and Florida appeared first on FORWARD Florida.
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2016: The Election That Never Ends (Wed, 19 Jul 2017)
First Meeting of Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity Just when we thought the plot lines couldn’t get crazier. Just when we swore the name Kris Kobach never would trend on Twitter, we get a J. Jonah Jameson dream scenario. The 2016 presidential election results are being called into question. By the winner. In the […] The post 2016: The Election That Never Ends appeared first on FORWARD Florida.
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Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates by Quarter Point (Wed, 18 Sep 2019)
The Fed cut rates for the second time this year and said it would keep doing what it deems necessary to sustain the U.S. economic expansion. Interest rate cuts have a direct impact on adjustable-rate mortgages and an indirect effect on fixed-rate loans.
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Home Starts Surge 12.3% in August – a 12-Year High (Wed, 18 Sep 2019)
Economists expected a more modest gain as permits, a signal of future building, also rose 7.7%. Single-family starts rose 4.4% as multifamily surged 30.9%.
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Still Thousands of Open Claims for 2018’s Hurricane Michael (Wed, 18 Sep 2019)
Fla. Insurance Commissioner Altmaier says Dorian has generated $10M in claims so far, most covered by deductibles. But year-old claims still remain for Michael.
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