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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled that human genes are a product of nature and cannot be patented and held for profit, a decision that medical experts said will lead to more genetic testing for cancers and other diseases and to lower costs for...
The Hartford Courant— Dr. James Gill, the state's new chief medical examiner, was sworn in Friday by his father, Superior Court Judge Charles D. Gill. Gill, 47, is expected to begin working in Connecticut near the end of July. He is now a deputy chief medical examiner...
This post has been corrected, as noted below. When it took up the issue of patents on human genes, the Supreme Court seemed torn by two conflicting interests: the long-standing principle that products of nature can't be patented, and the commercial...
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka had just walked into his Whitehall hotel room, where a beautiful young woman lay in his bed. It wasn't unusual for Snuka, a married man, to spend the night with his girlfriend, Nancy Argentino. But on this night, after the...
WPS Inc. MIDWAY, Ky. — Photizo Group recently recognized WPS Inc. as a leader in managed print services, or MPS. WPS, which has an office in Hagerstown, was one of 11 independent providers that Photizo Group selected to participate in the 2013...
Wilderness Trace Community Foundation has named three Jack Freeman Scholarship recipients. Sarah Elizabeth Hunt, Riley Marshall Jin Stallings, and Cassidy Bellsmith Matano will receive $1,000 each with eligibility for award renewal each year throughout...
Special to the TribuneThe Vernon Hills man who held his wife to the floor until she stopped breathing was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter this evening. But the jury in Lake County rejected a first-degree murder conviction for Ronald Stolberg after deliberating for...
A new study from researchers at the University of Florida may have uncovered a critical factor that drives the relentless progression of Alzheimer's disease — a discovery that could eventually slow its progression. For more than 15 years,...
South Bend TribuneMark Howie, of South Bend, recently had to make a decision about what to do for dinner. His wife, Molly, had a nephew’s ballgame to attend. He had to fly solo through cuisine-land. So he went to CVS, 51467 U.S. 31 North, to pick up a frozen pizza...
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