Saturday, February 28, 2015 AdarI 9, 5775

In a recent issue of the journal Oncogene, researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's Maxine Dunitz Neurosurgical Institute describe a molecular mechanism that appears to make malignant brain tumors more vulnerable to chemotherapy after they have been treated with the dendritic cell vaccine. This finding builds on several studies recently published by the research team. In 2003, they reported that a...
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Synagogue starts screening to save jazz musician
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Because of their family's history, Michael Brecker's sister immediately became alarmed. "Our mother had died from a disease known as multiple myeloma, a bone-marrow disease that affects your skeleton and causes bones to break easily," explains Emily Brecker-Greenberg. "So when Michael fractured one of his vertebrae, I feared the worst." All too soon, his sister's fears were realized. Although Brecker...
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Money Maven
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Craig G. Langweiler
I've heard about a new Roth 401(k) account. Could you please explain the details, and who is eligible? Beginning on Jan. 1, 2006, a 401(k) plan will be able to offer a Roth feature with the same basic attributes as the current Roth IRA. But in the new 401(k) version, anyone - regardless of annual income - will be able...
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Building Blocks
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Andrew Lasner
Now that the markets are returning to a more normal balance between sellers and buyers, you may need to put more effort into marketing your home to make it as attractive as possible and have it stand out from the crowd. You usually only have one shot at impressing potential home-buyers, so take some time to prepare your house for...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
I’m having a tough time sitting still. As I sip a beer at the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown, N.Y., watching game four of the Yankees-Angels playoff series, I look down the length of the bar to see Johnny Podres, the Hall of Famer who later became the pitching coach for the 1993 Philadelphia Phillies, just sitting there. As you may...
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