Inspire unveils critical information on rare disease patients in NORD 2021

Inspire and its advocacy partners present new real-world knowledge and findings on neurofibromatosis, sarcoidosis, Ehlers-Danlos syndromes and hypermobility spectrum disorders Posted: October 18, 2021 at 11:59 a.m. EDT|Update: 11 hours ago ARLINGTON, Virginia., October 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Inspire, the vital healthcare community for millions of patients and …

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France will throw 4 billion euros to regain European leadership in electric vehicles and stimulate employment

French President Emmanuel Macron plans to devote 4 billion euros to the electricity potential of his country as part of … [+] its “France 2030” investment plan. Photo: LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP via Getty Images POOL / AFP via Getty Images The French auto industry will receive € …

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Second Chinese vaccine could gain approval for trial in Nepal

The Nepal Health Research Council is preparing to give the green light to third-phase trials of a Covid-19 vaccine developed by Chinese company WestVac Biopharma Co, Ltd after the company submitted nearly all of the documents requested by the council. Once it gets approval for testing, it will be the …

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Russia says only German consent is needed to proceed with Europe’s North 2 gas supply

Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin said in an interview with the BBC that Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas link with Germany was only an authorization to send additional gas to fuel-strapped European regions. Russia is awaiting approval from Germany to start producing natural gas under the Baltic Sea, …

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Community bulletin: Conversation analysis, relationship between autism and intellectual disability | Spectrum

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to the community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, Spectrumengagement editor. Our first Twitter thread this week comes from Kristen Bottema-Beutel, associate professor at Boston College in Massachusetts. His new study in Autism sought to understand interactions between children with autism …

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Former All Black star Carlos Spencer to coach in the United States

Dianne Manson / Getty Images Former All Black Carlos Spencer, pictured in 2020, is off the US to help coach the New Orleans Gold Club. (File photo). Former All Blacks playmaker Carlos Spencer has confirmed he has a coaching position in the United States. The 46-year-old – who scored 291 …

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McDonald’s customer assaulted employee with French fries spoon because his order was taking too long, Nashville police say

The incident took place in Nashville, Tennessee. Reuters Nashville Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect who attacked a McDonald’s employee. The incident occurred after the customer became enraged over the delay in her order, police said. The employee, who has not yet been identified, suffered a cut …

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A face-to-face meeting on Nord Stream 2

Russian President Vladimir Putin will deliver “an informative and very important speech, followed by a plenary discussion” Wednesday in Moscow during Russian Energy Week, an international forum on the global energy sector. Expectations are high in energy circles in Europe and America. Europe is experiencing an energy crisis with booming …

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Jackson Community and Police March Against Violent Crime | Mississippi News

By GABRIELA SZYMANOWSKA, The Clarion-Ledger JACKSON, Miss. (AP) – Shantell Johnson has lived in Jackson her entire life and has been a strong supporter of people with mental health issues for 25 years. However, Jackson’s mother was not advocating for treatment for mental illness when she took the stage outside …

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Analysis: supply chains, inflation eclipse vaccine, debt issues at IMF-World Bank meetings

By David Lawder, Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Supply chain problems and growing inflation concerns have ruled out a growing gap in COVID-19 vaccinations and growing debt problems in developing countries as major concerns of global policymakers at the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank …

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