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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) today announced it has committed $40.3 million in new research investments to advance the most promising blood cancer science at leading academic and medical centers around the world, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston; Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York; MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston; Fondazione Centro San Raffaele in Milan; and South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute in Adelaide.
This $40.3 million investment, comprised of 75 new research grants in LLS’s portfolio of 300 projects, will fund a diverse array of research to find better treatments and cures for patients with leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other blood cancers.
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The Amos Family had a dream—to raise $1 million to help shelter dogs find forever homes. Now, with the help of pet industry leaders Wahl and GreaterGood.org, this dream is a reality. The Australian family of five has picked up and moved to the states, and for the next year their home will be an RV and a giant dog-shaped mobile dog washing vehicle. It’s called the Bathe to Save Tour, and its mission is to visit 150 cities in all 50 states, raise money and awareness, and wash more than 25,000 dogs to get them ready for adoption.
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Tourism Australia has launched its latest campaign, which is focused on highlighting the country’s world-class aquatic and coastal experiences, in a bid to lure more international visitors to Australia.
The new creative, the latest instalment in Tourism Australia’s global There’s Nothing like Australia campaign, was officially unveiled at an event in New York on Australia Day eve attended by Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs the Hon. Julie Bishop.
Guests at the event were treated to immersive ‘virtual reality’ displays and aquatic-themed images being projected onto the ice rink at the famous Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park alongside the reveal of a new broadcast ad, featuring a voiceover by Australian actor and new Tourism Australia global ambassador Chris Hemsworth. The event was hosted by Australian chef Curtis Stone and guests enjoyed a specially designed Australian menu by Luke Mangan.
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Seeking to support men and their loved ones facing the challenges that come with a diagnosis of prostate cancer, USA Rugby, the Australian Rugby Union and Astellas Pharma have partnered to launch the #pass4prostate challenge, a social media campaign designed to generate awareness of prostate cancer and support a donation of up to $125,000 from Astellas to four research and advocacy organizations: Prostate Cancer Foundation, Australia Prostate Cancer Research, Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia and Prostate Cancer Canada.
From August 5 through the end of September – Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – social media users are encouraged to record a video of themselves catching an inanimate object, mentioning why prostate cancer awareness is important to them, and then passing that object, rugby-style, symbolically to a friend or family member. Astellas will donate $5 to prostate cancer advocacy organizations for every qualifying submission with the #pass4prostate hashtag posted to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, up to a maximum contribution of $125,000.
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EnteroMedics Inc. (NASDAQ: ETRM) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved VBLOC® vagal blocking therapy, delivered via the Maestro® System, for the treatment of adult patients with obesity who have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of at least 40 to 45 kg/m2, or a BMI of at least 35 to 39.9 kg/m2 with a related health condition such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels, and who have tried to lose weight in a supervised weight management program within the past five years. The Maestro System is the first new medical device to be approved by the FDA for obesity in over ten years. EnteroMedics anticipates that the device will be available, on a limited basis, at select Bariatric Centers of Excellence in the U.S. this year. The Maestro System has received CE Mark and is listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods.
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The best of our city in summer is back with a vengeance as Sydney Festival returns in its 39th year. 2015 will see a spectacular program of free and ticketed events spanning contemporary and classical music, theatre, dance, visual arts, circus, cabaret and much more.
There’s no better way to get into the swing of summer in Sydney than by enjoying a free outdoor concert in the heart of the city, with 60,000 of your closest friends. The Domain concert series return with four large-scale concerts including a special Summer Sounds in The Domain headlined by South American superstar Seu Jorge whose samba sounds will kick-start summer in Brazilian style.
Sydney Festival 2015 will see 18 world premiere performances including Masquerade based on the iconic children’s book by Kit Williams, and 11 Australian premiere works including Quebec’s Cirque Alfonse in Timber!, Roysten Abel’s newest work The Kitchen, and a taste of Belgian theatrical flair in Kiss & Cry a dance work for a duo of hands.
http://ummagma.bandcamp.com & http://www.ummagma.comUmmagma
is a Canadian-Ukrainian duo delivering an eclectic, harmonious
potpourri of sublime resonance, beats and rhythm. McLarnon’s delicate
airy gossamer-like vocals are often compared to Liz Fraser (Cocteau
Twins) with glimmers of Stereolab, The Sundays, Curve, Nathalie
Merchant and Slowdive. Kretov's spellbinding guitar, vocals, synths,
beats, programming & effects create soundscapes with elements of
Pink Floyd Peter Gabriel to help you take flight.Ummagma
won the 2013 Alternative Eurovision from 21 countries, and picked up 2
awards at the Australian Independent Music Video Awards. This duo has
regularly featured in The Scottish New Music Chart and had a full-page
feature in Rolling Stone Russia.http://www.facebook.com/ummagmahttp://www.soundcloud.com/ummagmahttp://www.youtube.com/ummagmahttp://twitter.com/ummagma
To find the best candidates for an
exciting career in the Navy we set a challenge. See how engineering
students turn a billboard into a fully functioning remote controlled
vessel.Over the course of a weekend the students modelled
the LHD (Landing Helicopter Dock) - a new Navy vessel entering the
Australian Defence Force with one of the most capable and sophisticated
air-land-sea amphibious deployment systems in the world.
Starring Australia's very own Yvonne
Strahovski (Chuck) 24: Live Another Day is a thrilling new event series
heading for Australian television screens.Set in London,
the sequel to the ground-breaking, award-winning series 24 again
centres on heroic agent Jack Bauer and retains the real-time,
pulse-pounding, fast-paced format with split screens and interweaving
storylines made famous by its predecessor.
‘Colors’ is taken from Ummagma’s debut LP ‘Antigravity’ http://ummagma.bandcamp.com&www.ummagma.com
Ummagma is a Canadian-Ukrainian duo delivering an eclectic, harmonious potpourri of sublime resonance, beats and rhythm. McLarnon’s delicate airy gossamer-like vocals are often compared to Liz Fraser (Cocteau Twins) with glimmers of Stereolab, The Sundays, Curve, Nathalie Merchant and Slowdive. Kretov's spellbinding guitar, vocals, synths, beats, programming & effects create soundscapes with elements of Pink Floyd Peter Gabriel to help you take flight. Ummagma won the 2013 Alternative Eurovision from 21 countries, and picked up 2 awards at the Australian Independent Music Video Awards. This duo has regularly featured in The Scottish New Music Chart and had a full-page feature in Rolling Stone Russia.