Cancer drug is 'holy grail'

The UK's Daily Express calls T-DM1 cancer's "holy grail"
More enthusiastic praise for T-DM1 coming out this week. Here are some excerpts from the article:

"This is an incredible drug. We’ve been looking for something like this for 20 years and it is the first of its kind. The concept of a drug like this which increases survival with far less side effects is the holy grail of cancer medicine. This approach also has the potential to be used in other tumour types....”

The new treatment, dubbed the “stealth bomber”, has already increased survival rates among patients ...

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Great news on T-DM1 - the experimental cancer drug I am receiving

Genentech's Investigational Medicine T-DM1 Showed Improvement in Progression-Free Survival (!!!)  Great news from Genentech about T-DM1 -- the investigational drug I am receiving:

"Genentech...today announced the results of the Phase II study in people with previously untreated HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer (mBC). The study compared trastuzumab emtansine (also known as T-DM1) to standard treatment with Herceptin plus docetaxel chemotherapy.

The results showed that people who received T-DM1 experienced a 41 percent reduction in the risk of their disease worsening or death and lived a median of five months longer without their disease worsening (14.2 months vs. 9.2 months ...

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Where is the Anti-War Movement hiding?

My guest in Hour 2 of today's radio program was Thaddeus Russell, author of "The Renegade History of the United States." He is extremely articulate and makes a compelling case regarding the shallowness of the Anti-War movement, and how the intellectual left abandoned their opposition to war once Obama was elected.
MP3 Audio (1-hour interview)

My opposition to the war(s) goes way back. I marched in the 2002 anti-war protest in Washington DC on the eve of the Iraq war, along with hundreds of thousands of people. (We put it at about half a million.) Here is ...

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Tour multi-million dollar houses online

The Wall Street Journal posts a "house of the day" with 5-20 photos of various mansions around the world. I wouldn't want to live in one, but I sure like looking at these amazing houses! They have posted over 90 houses posted to date.

Here's a fun one:  This 15-bedroom castle near Florence was built in the early 16th century on the site of a hill fortress believed to date back to the 11th century. Click the photo to check out the castle.

Here's the link for today's virtual tour:
https://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111904194604576583271057186868--LESS ...

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Mark of the Beast REAL ID Lawsuit

This lawsuit is blazing forward, thanks to my good friend Mark Lerner and his allies at the Rutherford Institute! Mark will be a guest on my radio show on Saturday, at 11:00 AM Eastern to discuss the case.

An Oklahoma requirement that driver's license applicants submit to biometric "digital photographs – which are "stored and shared" without the applicant's knowledge – is a violation of religious rights, charges a lawsuit filed against thestate's Department of Public Safety and several individuals....

The state has told the plaintiff, Kaye Beach, that she must submit to the biometric requirement to ...

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