“We’re finding that about 25 to 30 percent of some cancers stop growing at some point, that can make some treatments look good that aren’t doing anything. Until doctors figure out how to identify which patients have cancers that won’t progress, the only option is to treat everyone.”
It was a sunny summer afternoon, July 29, 1925. Harry Warnecke, a photographer for the New York News, got a phone tip that a cat trying to carry its kittens home was tying up traffic because a police man had stopped the cars on a busy street (Centre Street) to allow it to cross. Perfect policeman!
26 Reasons Why I Would Rather Be From Hyderabad Than Anywhere Else
On this pin you see the busy streets in India. The traffic in India is a kind of organised chaos. It is unbelievable that anyone ever gets to their destination in one piece, but somehow it works out just fine. In India you are not only driving among cars, but also between bicycles, wandering humans, animals and tuk-tuks.