One on clinical trials, focusing on cancer
The other on Section 2709 of the Affordable Care Act and clinical trial coverage.
The one I am sharing is the more interesting one, on clinical trials! If you know anyone who might need this info, please get it to them!
Although... I do wish they would eat a developer, or twenty. o.O
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I was in the first class to graduate from the Warrington College of Business after it was so named.
“More often, studies ‘control’ for sex differences instead of investigating them, but this approach is inadequate when the mechanisms underlying health may operate differently in men and women,” the report’s authors wrote.
Of those of you who practice such things, have you decided what you are doing for Lent? How do you decide? What have your prior choices been?
Also, I desperately wanted to use the word lenticular in this post, but couldn't find a way, until I did.
Wish me luck!
Today, I debut my new project: Adolescents for Science and Technology (ASAT). This project has been something that I've worked on in my spare time for the past two years and it will attempt to rectify a need in Central Arkansas as our middle and high school curriculum severely lacks the tools to encourage students to pursue academics or careers in information technology, computer engineering, or any of the modern "white collar" jobs of the twenty-first century.
It will do so by selecting middle school students identified by their teachers and recommended by their schools, and partnering these students up with mentors from across the country each year until they graduate and providing economically challenged students with the tools needed to succeed (chromebooks, e-books, etc).
If you know someone who has started an NPO, or been involved as an adviser/founding member, I would love to hear from them. The time commitment on this is meant to be modest (I have zero intention of it impacting my job, or impacting yours), and should be done mostly through collaborative tools like Hangouts and Google Docs, so there's no need to be an Arkansas Resident.
If you're interested in more information, there's a quick form to fill out so I can get your contact information, and I'll be happy to pass the information along.
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