Early treatment with lorlatinib improves survival in some lung cancer patients

Lung cancer patients with a specific genetic alteration lived longer and were protected against metastasis to the brain when treated early with the drug lorlatinib (Lorbrena), according to a study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) accounts for 87% of […]

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Beijing seeks talks on joint inspection of U.S.-listed Chinese firms

China’s securities regulator said on Friday it looked forward to holding discussions with its U.S. counterparts as soon as possible on “specific plans” to conduct joint inspections of Chinese firms listed in the United States. Washington has long complained of lack of access to audit working papers for U.S.-listed Chinese companies and in August threatened […]

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Zoom’s new security feature will let you stop ‘Zoombombers’ in their tracks

Zoom will now let you temporarily pause meetings so you can kick out “Zoombombers” or disruptive individuals, the company announced in a blog post. As Zoom usage skyrocketed during the pandemic, pranksters and hackers found ways to invade Zoom calls and display shocking videos and disruptive content, a practice that has become known as “Zoombombing.” […]

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Father and Son Make History as They Graduate Tx. Police Academy Together: ‘It Gave Us a Bond’

A father and son have left their mark on a Texas police academy after they graduated from the program together. Winston and Christian Edmondson both recently completed Tarrant County College’s Law Enforcement Academy, marking the first father and son duo in recent memory to graduate from the academy together, CBS affiliate KTVT reported. “As we […]

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