Representatives of the Hà Nội Oncology Hospital and Roche Vietnam sign a Memorandum of Understanding on improving patient cancer care and treatment in Việt Nam on April 15. — Photo Roche Vietnam HÀ NỘI — The Hà Nội Oncology Hospital and Roche Vietnam will work together in improving patient cancer care and treatment in Việt Nam as part of a Memorandum of Understanding signed on April 15 in Hà Nội. The 3-year partnership aims to improve cancer patient care and treatment capability, connecting the knowledge exchange and international cooperation in oncology as well as raising patients and community’s awareness of cancer. The cooperation is expected to bring positive impacts and put patients as a priority by providing immediate initiatives to meet the rising demand for cancer care. It will focus activities on enhancing healthcare professionals’ ability and experience in cancer care and treatment for patients; fostering local and international cooperation in the field of oncology. It … [Read more...] about Hanoi Oncology Hospital and Roche Vietnam work together in improving cancer treatment
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We may be past the days when Call of Duty: Warzone' s infinite stim glitch was ruining matches on a regular basis, but new problems are always emerging. The latest Warzone bug to see swift action from Activision was an exploit discovered yesterday that granted players complete invincibility for the duration of the match. Be it bullets, vehicles, or melee assassinations , players under this spell could shrug it off. To nip this potentially disastrous bug in the bud, Raven Software announced today in a tweet that Warzone's Most Wanted contracts have been disabled until further notice. And not a moment too soon. It was pretty unsettling to watch three players pump magazines of ammo into a single god-enemy and have nothing to show for it. Early reports from players suggested that some people were activating the glitch by accident, but the bug appeared to be repeatable if you knew the steps. And even if someone did encounter the glitch unintentionally, that probably didn't stop … [Read more...] about Call of Duty: Warzone disables contract that turned players into unkillable gods
Welcome to The Sun's horoscopes live blog, where you'll find all the latest information on what your star sign has in store for you. With more and more young people turning to astrology , there's never been a better time to look to the stars for guidance on everything from love and relationships to finance, health and even where to get a tattoo . Astrology has been around in various forms for thousands of years, but now horoscope meme machines are amassing more interest than ever. Read our horoscopes live blog below for the very latest on what the stars have in store for you... Lydia Hawken 45 minutes ago WHAT IS NUMEROLOGY? Similar to astrology, numerology is the belief that the day you were born contributes to your personality. The concept gives everyone a “life-path” number that helps to tell you the truth about your personality, your outlook on life and any obstacles you’ll be forced to face. Different numbers are associated with … [Read more...] about Daily horoscope updates: Latest star sign compatibility news for Leo, Scorpio, Capricorn, Pisces, Taurus, Aries and more
Sens. Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Mark Warner (D-VA) are pushing federal gun control proposals that mirror restrictions adopted in the state of Virginia in 2020. InsideNova reports the legislation is called the Virginia Plan to Reduce Gun Violence Act. It includes an expansion of background checks and a red flag law. 13 News Now notes the Act also include a one-handgun-a-month purchase limit. Kaine and Warner released a joint statement on their gun control push, saying, “Virginia knows all too well the heartbreaking consequences of gun violence. We’ve seen it in the tragedies of Virginia Tech and Virginia Beach and the countless drive-by shootings, domestic violence, and suicides by firearm across the country. We’re proud of the Commonwealth for leading the way to advance gun reform; now it’s time for Congress to save lives.” The Virginia Plan to Reduce Gun Violence Act comes at the same time Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) is pushing a ban on ammunition magazines holding more than … [Read more...] about Democrat Senators Introduce One-Handgun-a-Month Purchase Limit
The idea of threats to Earth from outer space sounds like science fiction, but at some level our planet has always been vulnerable to them — think of the giant asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Fortunately, such occurrences are extremely rare; but other natural phenomena, such as solar storms, can strike from space much more frequently. These have little direct effect on living things, but they can wreak havoc on electronic systems we increasingly depend on, particularly satellite-based technologies. To make matters worse, the proliferation of human-made satellites has created a space hazard of its own, as the loads of orbiting debris have the potential to destroy other satellites. Related: Debris from SpaceX rocket launch falls on farm in central Washington In the U.S., tackling these threats is the responsibility of several organizations: Both NASA and the U.S. Space Force tracks space debris; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric … [Read more...] about How are asteroids, space weather and space debris detected before they hit Earth?