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A 16 year old male has created new game changing technology. With this new technology, stopping or at least to slow down the crime rates will dramatically change. It will change the way we stop crime from now on, making it easier while also being the safest way that there is today. He will be rewarded with an outstanding check of $20,000 and he will also be placed on the news headlines.

Space News

2020 will be a groundbreaking year in space. Here are the biggest upcoming rocket missions, meteor showers, eclipses, and more.

This year will be full of astronomical spectacles and technological firsts. Here's a calendar of what to expect in space in 2020. NASA spacecraft will rocket towards the poles of the sun, zip around Jupiter, and collect samples from an asteroid. Three different space agencies plan to launch new rovers to Mars. SpaceX, meanwhile, plans to launch its first people into orbit on its Crew Dragon capsule.

Cancer treatment update

Research on the treatment of cancer is fundamental to improving outcomes for all patients affected by the disease. Despite the tremendous progress made in recent decades in treating many types of cancer, effective therapies are still lacking for some forms of the disease, including liver cancer, pancreatic cancer, and certain types of adult and pediatric brain cancer. More than 600,000 people are projected to die from cancer in the United States in 2020.

Breakthroughs in molecularly targeted therapies and immunotherapy have revolutionized the cancer treatment landscape for patients. Additional cancer treatment innovations are on the horizon. For example, recent research is creating optimism that, one day, there may be targeted treatments for so-called “undruggable” cancer targets, including the oncoproteins RAS and MYC, and for restoring the tumor-suppressor function of proteins such as p53 and PTEN. Although more development and clinical testing are needed, the availability of these targeted treatments will be a hallmark of unprecedented progress for patients who have few therapeutic options.

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published by: Elijah