Monday, December 19, 2011

5 More Fat Burning Tips for You

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At this time of year, we can use every last tip to help avoid
holiday weight gain.

So here are 5 more fat loss tips for beginner & advanced readers.

1) No liquid calories (with the exception of a post-workout drink).

Get rid of all the juices, the sodas, and the sports drinks. Liquid
sugar is the last thing you need when you are trying to lose fat.

You must also limit your alcohol intake - especially if you are
adding mix to drinks...that is a double calorie bomb! A single "Jackand Coke" is over 200 calories (100 calories from booze and 100 calories from mix).

2) No fast food.

Do not eat at fast food restaurants. Even if you choose what you
think is healthy, remember this:

Fast food restaurants are all about profit.

And in order to profit while giving you cheap, quick, and easy to
prepare foods, the quality of the food ingredients will be poor -
especially the protein.

Now you might have read that you can still make healthy choices at fast food restaurants. But you know what, that's just
politically-correct opinion. If it's fast food, it's poor food.

Walking into a burger joint and grabbing a chicken breast on a
white bread bun with a piece of old lettuce and a half-green,
half-pink tomato is "barely" healthy eating.

The politically-incorrect truth is that it's going to take time and
effort to eat properly. You will have to plan, shop, and prepare
healthy meals. You will have to spend time cleaning, cutting, and
cooking your food. That's the truth.

But believe me, it will taste so much better than fast food, and
healthy eating will make you more alert. Eating fast food will make you feel terrible, and will make you want to have an afternoon nap at your desk.

Make one small improvement to your nutrition everyday for the rest of your life.

3) Eat more fruits and vegetables.

If you are eating 2 servings per day, then go up to 4 servings per day by the end of the week. And even if you think you are doing great by having 5 servings per day, you still need to double that (take 2-3 weeks to work your way up to 10 servings per day).

Stick with fiber-rich fruits and vegetables - organic if possible.

4) Eat 1oz of almonds or walnuts per day (1/2 oz in the AM, and the other half in the afternoon).

Most nuts are roasted in oils (possible source of trans fats), so
stick to natural or dry-roasted nuts.

Don't panic...this small amount of nuts won't make you fat, but will fill you up and help you lose weight.

5) Be consistent with your workouts.

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Improve your lifestyle everyday,

 

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1. http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-ZXYX200603016.htm
Progress of the Research of Artificial Esophagus
YANG Lin-zhu,HONG Zhi-peng.(Department of Thoracic Surgery,the First
Affiliated Hospital,Kunming Medical College,Kunming
650032,P.R.China.)
Full-Text Search:
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1. http://en.cnki.com.cn/Article_en/CJFDTOTAL-ZXYX200603016.htm
Progress of the Research of Artificial Esophagus
YANG Lin-zhu,HONG Zhi-peng.(Department of Thoracic Surgery,the First
Affiliated Hospital,Kunming Medical College,Kunming
650032,P.R.China.)
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Int J Artif Organs. 2003 Mar;26(3):241-4.
Effect of basic fibroblast growth factor on vascularization in
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14621 [AIDS INDIA] Drug users yet to secure legal immunity

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Drug users yet to secure legal immunity

By GOI Monitor Desk

Law provides immunity to drug users undergoing de-addiction treatment but courts have, so far, ignored this protective intent of the law

Tripti Tandon of Lawyers Collective talks to GOI Monitor about a recent case which brought the issue of immunity for drug users  under treatment into limelight

Q: Please tell us about the case of Aatish Suraj in which Supreme Court allowed Indian Harm Reduction Network to intervene?

A: The Aatish Suraj v State of NCT, Delhi SLP (Crl) No. 1965 of 2011 was an appeal arising out of an order passed by the Delhi High Court rejecting an application for revision of the Metropolitan Magistrate's order framing charges for possession of ganja under Section 20 (b) (ii) (A) of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, 1985 and refusing the applicant's plea for exemption from prosecution under Section 64A. Prior to the High Court, the applicant had approached the Sessions Court with a revision application, which came to be dismissed on 28.10.2009.

As the Indian Harm Reduction Network (IHRN) works with people who use drugs and is concerned with drug dependence treatment, it sought to intervene in the proceedings before the Supreme Court on the scope and application of Section 64A. The Supreme Court allowed IHRN's intervention in public interest by an order dated 10.8.2011. IHRN was represented by a legal team of the Lawyers Collective.  However, by a subsequent order dated 13.9.2011, the Court dismissed Aatish Suraj's appeal on the grounds that it did not find fault with the High Court's dismissal of the revision petition. The Supreme Court also directed the appellant to raise the plea of Section 64A before the trial court.

Q What does Section 64 A of the NDPS Act say and how effectively it has been implemented to help people who are undergoing treatment for drug abuse?

A: Section 64A was introduced in the NDPS Act in 1989 by way of a statutory amendment. Section 64A, as it stood then, offered one time immunity from prosecution to an addict charged with an offence punishable under Section 27, who volunteers to undergo medical treatment at a hospital or institution maintained or recognised by the government or local authority. Immunity could be withdrawn if treatment was not complete. At the time, Section 64A was limited in its application to addicts, who were charged for possession of small quantity of drugs for personal consumption and not for sale or distribution, or for consumption itself.  Further, immunity was offered only once; repeat offenders, who relapse into drug dependence, were barred from applying for exemption.

In 2001, the NDPS Act underwent a second set of amendments.  Section 64A was modified too, to: – 1) do away with the one-time restriction and, 2) expand the range of offences for which immunity could be sought by drug dependent persons. As of today, Section 64A offers immunity from prosecution to addicts, who are charged with consumption of drugs (under Section 27) or with any offence involving small quantity of drugs. Further, such exemption is no longer offered only once in a lifetime. It can also be sought by recidivists or relapsing addicts. The condition for enrolling and completing treatment at a facility maintained or recognised by the government remains unchanged as also the option of withdrawal of immunity if treatment is left halfway.

Q Have there been any cases in the past where Section 64 A has come to the rescue of those under treatment?

A: Information as to the number of cases in which drug dependent persons have been granted relief under Section 64A is not known.  Newspaper reports suggest that young persons arrested for using drugs at "rave parties", have been granted immunity by the trial court.

Q Is everybody undergoing treatment entitled for immunity or the law entails checking of the track record including history of relapse?

A: Under the law, relapse per se is not a basis to reject an application for immunity. At the same time, once granted, the said immunity may be withdrawn if treatment is not completed. This may imply that the person has stopped treatment midway or starting using drugs, during the pendency of treatment.   

Q At what stage of the treatment the patient is entitled for immunity?

A: The Section uses the phrase "any addict, who is charged with". The term "charge" is not defined under the NDPS Act. Some courts have held that immunity under Section 64A can be sought only after charges have been framed against the accused. Some courts have, however, granted immunity prior to framing of charge. The Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) 1973 discusses the term "charge" at various stages including when a person is arrested, at the stage of investigation, when chargesheet is filed, when charges are framed, during trial, at the stage of pardon, etc.  The CrPC does not envisage charge only at the time of framing of charge. Therefore, there is ambiguity as to the stage at which immunity may be sought and granted under Section 64A.

Q What is the status of the case now?

A: As discussed above, Aatish Suraj'`s appeal was dismissed by the Supreme Court on 13.9.2011. As a result, IHRN's intervention also stands dismissed.

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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network: 2011
 
On behalf of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, we wish you and yours the very best of the season.
 
Next year, we will commemorate our 20th anniversary of defending and promoting human rights for people living with HIV and various communities particularly affected by epidemic. Though we have much to be proud of, every success also uncovers a new challenge. We'll keep up the fight, but we also rely on the financial support of our wonderful supporters. Please take a moment to review just a few of our many 2011 successes, as well as some of the challenges we expect to face in 2012, and consider making a contribution to help us continue our work (http://bit.ly/uLBpNQ).
 
Access to Life
 
Thanks to round-the-clock activism of Legal Network staff, committed partners, and an army of concerned Canadians, Bill C-393 to fix Canada's Access to Medicines Regime (CAMR) passed the House of Commons with a strong majority in March - only to be stifled in the Senate as a federal election was called (http://bit.ly/tCCbqk). While that particular bill may have died, we will continue our efforts to ensure that people in developing countries don't. We've crafted a new bill to be introduced in early 2012, but getting it passed will take determination and resources. A fundraising initiative is currently underway at http://www.medicinesforall.ca. We would welcome your support.
 
In the Courts
 
The Legal Network was in court many times this past year. In June, we were before the Ontario Court of Appeal, supporting sex worker advocates challenging the constitutionality of criminal laws on prostitution that harm sex workers (http://bit.ly/rWlGVw). That decision is pending, but will certainly be headed to the Supreme Court of Canada - and the Legal Network will be there.
 
One of the great success stories of 2011 was the Supreme Court of Canada's ground-breaking decision in support of Insite (http://bit.ly/sgMJ9h), Vancouver's safe-injection site - a case in which the Legal Network intervened as part of an international coalition of defenders.
 
And, of course, we have been leading efforts before the courts to resist the overuse of criminal prosecutions to deal with alleged HIV non-disclosure. We intervened successfully before the Courts of Appeal of both Quebec and Manitoba. Both courts largely adopted the limits on the criminal law we had proposed - and the latter borrowed heavily from our legal brief. However, both decisions have been appealed, and the Legal Network will find itself once again before the Supreme Court of Canada in February 2012, spearheading a coalition of interveners.
 
Crime and Punishment
 
Despite our long-time efforts to convince the federal government of the dangers of mandatory minimum sentencing, the government's deleterious "Omnibus Crime Bill" will likely become law in 2012. This will mean untold human and financial costs, as increasing numbers of people are imprisoned, even in cases of minor drug possession. The Legal Network is prepared for an even greater vigilance in defending the human rights and right to health of prisoners, including the fight to allow prison-based needle syringe programs, such as are permitted in some 60 prisons worldwide. Next year promises some exciting new efforts on that front, to be sure.
 
On the Global Stage
 
In many parts of the world, people who use drugs suffer some of the worst imaginable human rights abuses, and our commitment to their defence was no different in 2011. In Russia, host to the world's fastest-growing HIV epidemic, we offered technical support in court challenges and co-authored a submission to the UN Committee Against Torture, decrying the unspeakable practices of law enforcement officials against drug users (http://bit.ly/t0EOuc). We also worked with the Open Society Foundations to release a joint report on torture and other abuse in compulsory drug detention centres (http://bit.ly/u211Z3), particularly in several Asian countries. We will continue to join our voice to the growing chorus calling for the closure of such centres.
 
Money is too often the difference between life and death. Despite its life-saving and essential work, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria now finds itself in a precarious financial position. We therefore welcomed the recent news of Canada's commitment to deliver early on its pledge to the Global Fund (http://bit.ly/sLA9mc), for which we and other civil society organizations have been pressing (http://bit.ly/ruagVD). But we cannot waiver in our pressure to get Canada to scale up its contribution, or commit to be at the table at an emergency donors meeting before the 2012 International AIDS Conference.
 
These examples represent but a fraction of our work, giving you an idea of how much we hope to achieve with and for those who are marginalized and dismissed, criminalized and abused - and hence made more vulnerable to HIV and denied crucial care, treatment and support.
 
Your support is key to helping us stand up for human rights, here at home and abroad. We welcome any contribution - a one-time gift or a monthly contribution in any amount - that helps us ensure that rights, health and dignity are truly for all.
 
Please accept our thanks and, again, our best wishes for the holiday season and for the coming year.  

Sincerely yours,
 
Richard Elliott

Executive Director
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network

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Le Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida : rétrospective de 2011

Au nom du Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida, je vous souhaite ainsi qu'aux vôtres un très heureux temps des fêtes.

L'an prochain, nous commémorerons notre 20e anniversaire de défense et de promotion des droits humains des personnes vivant avec le VIH et des diverses communautés que l'épidémie affecte particulièrement. Bien des éléments de notre travail nous inspirent fierté, certes, mais chaque réussite dévoile un nouveau défi. Nous poursuivrons les luttes, mais nous avons besoin aussi de l'appui financier de nos merveilleux sympathisants. S'il vous plaît prenez un moment pour jeter un coup d'œil à nos nombreux accomplissements de 2011, et à certains défis que nous nous attendons à rencontrer en 2012 - et considérez la possibilité de faire une contribution pour nous aider à poursuivre notre œuvre (http://bit.ly/vObScy).

ACCÈS À LA VIE

Grâce à l'implication incessante des employés du Réseau juridique, de partenaires dévoués ainsi que de milliers de Canadiennes et Canadiens préoccupés, le Projet de loi C-393 pour réformer le Régime canadien d'accès aux médicaments (RCAM) a été approuvé par une forte majorité de la Chambre des communes, en mars (http://bit.ly/u4bnLR) - mais pour finir étouffé au Sénat alors qu'une élection fédérale a été déclenchée. Bien que ce projet de loi soit mort au feuilleton, nous poursuivrons nos efforts pour faire en sorte que les personnes de pays en développement ne subissent pas le même sort. Nous avons conçu un nouveau projet de loi, qui sera déposé en chambre au début de 2012, mais afin qu'il soit adopté des doses importantes de détermination et de ressources devront y être consacrées. Une collecte de fonds est présentement en cours à www.medicamentspourtous.ca. Votre appui financier serait fort apprécié.

DEVANT LES TRIBUNAUX

Le Réseau juridique s'est présenté en cour maintes fois au cours de l'année 2011. En juin, nous étions à la Cour d'appel de l'Ontario (http://bit.ly/uRHdQI) pour appuyer les militantes qui ont contesté la constitutionnalité des lois criminelles qui concernent la prostitution et qui portent préjudice aux travailleuses et travailleurs sexuels. En instance de décision, cette affaire se rendra certainement à la Cour suprême du Canada - et le Réseau juridique sera présent.

L'une des victoires retentissantes de 2011 a été la décision de la Cour suprême du Canada (http://bit.ly/ue0QAp), qui fera date, à l'appui d'Insite (lieu d'injection supervisée de Vancouver), dans une affaire où le Réseau juridique a été intervenant au sein d'une coalition internationale de sympathisants d'Insite.

Et, bien sûr, nous avons été le fer de lance d'efforts en cour pour contrer le recours trop important à des poursuites criminelles en réponse à des cas allégués de non-divulgation de la séropositivité au VIH. Nous avons fait des interventions, qui ont porté leurs fruits, devant les cours d'appel du Québec et du Manitoba. Les deux cours ont adopté en grande partie les limites que nous proposions à l'application du droit pénal - et celle du Manitoba a cité substantiellement notre mémoire. Les deux arrêts ont cependant été portés en appel; le Réseau juridique se retrouvera donc à nouveau devant la Cour suprême du Canada, en février 2012, en tête d'une coalition d'intervenants.

CRIME ET CHÂTIMENT

En dépit de nos efforts de longue date pour convaincre le gouvernement fédéral des dangers des peines minimales obligatoires, il est probable que le très déplorable « Projet de loi omnibus sur la criminalité » que promeut le gouvernement finira par devenir loi en 2012. Cela entraînera des coûts humains et financiers non dévoilés, à mesure que croîtra le nombre de personnes incarcérées, même dans des cas de possession mineure de drogue. Le Réseau juridique est prêt à une vigilance accrue pour défendre les droits humains et le droit à la santé des détenus, y compris en luttant pour que soient autorisés des programmes d'échange de seringues en prison, comme il en existe déjà dans une soixantaine d'établissements de détention d'autres pays. L'an prochain promet de nouveaux efforts en ce sens, à n'en pas douter.

SUR LA SCÈNE MONDIALE

Dans plusieurs régions du monde, les personnes qui consomment des drogues subissent certaines des pires violations des droits humains que l'on puisse imaginer, et notre engagement à les défendre n'a pas fléchi en 2011. En Russie, où sévit l'épidémie de VIH qui croît le plus rapidement au monde, nous avons fourni du soutien technique pour des contestations judiciaires et nous avons coécrit un mémoire au Comité onusien contre la torture, dénonçant les pratiques innommables des représentants de l'application de la loi à l'encontre de personnes qui font usage de drogue. Nous avons aussi travaillé avec les Fondations Open Society, pour publier un rapport conjoint sur la torture et autres abus dans les centres de détention obligatoire pour toxicomanie, en particulier dans plusieurs pays d'Asie. Nous continuerons de joindre notre voix à celles, de plus en plus nombreuses, qui revendiquent la fermeture de tels centres.

L'argent, trop souvent, est le facteur qui fait la différence entre la vie et la mort. En dépit de son travail essentiel et salvateur à grande échelle, le Fonds mondial de lutte contre le sida, la tuberculose et le paludisme se trouve à présent en situation de précarité financière. Nous nous sommes par conséquent réjouis (http://bit.ly/vid4qZ) de la récente nouvelle de l'engagement du Canada à tenir rapidement sa promesse faite au Fonds mondial, que nous et d'autres organismes de la société civile demandions. Mais nous ne pouvons pas réduire nos pressions afin que le Canada augmente sa contribution, ou s'engage à être présent à la table lors d'une réunion urgente des donateurs, à la veille du Congrès international sur sida pendant l'été 2012.

Ces exemples ne sont qu'une petite part de notre travail, pour vous présenter un aperçu de l'ampleur des choses que nous espérons réaliser, avec et pour les personnes marginalisées, rejetées, criminalisées et bafouées - donc encore plus vulnérables au VIH et au refus de soins cruciaux ainsi que de traitements et de soutien.

Votre soutien est crucial et il nous aidera à continuer de nous porter à la défense des droits de la personne, tant ici au pays qu'à l'étranger. Nous nous réjouissons de tout montant d'argent qui nous est versé - en don unique ou sous forme de don mensuel, quel que soit le montant - et cela nous aide à faire en sorte que les droits, la santé et la dignité soient réellement pour tous et toutes.

Nous vous remercions et vous réitérons nos meilleurs vœux pour les Fêtes et pour l'année nouvelle. 

Salutations amicales,

Richard Elliott
Directeur général
Le Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida





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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14621 Supercourse gifts

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Supercourse newsletter
Dec. 19, 2011
 
Dear Supercourse Friends
 
The gift of health.
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity". (WHO)
"Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship"  (Buddha)
 
Giving thanks: 
We very much appreciate those of you who have sent a donation to the Supercourse. During the past 2 years we have been on the edge of "Supercourse bankruptcy." Being involved with Global Health, we began to think that the Business model of collecting your outstanding lectures, and giving everything away free, might not be the best model.  Every time we were close to sinking a few very kind Supercourse members helped us. I personally wanted to thank you. The Supercourse is a program of love, and we have seen incredible results. We hope to continue through 2012 still giving everything away for free as our Supercourse family is making a difference in the world. Please visit Supercourse  donation site to find out how you can contribute: http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/Donation/donate.htm.
 
Gift for you
It is the time of year that many give gifts to each other, to celebrate friendship and family.  You are our family.  Our  Supercourse family was fantastic in giving your best possible gift lectures to Eugene Shubnikov last month, and pushed the total number of lectures to an amazing 5030.  We have the largest collection of Global Health lectures.  In 2011 we taught more people about global health, than all other programs combined.  Probably 100 times more students know the definition of health then in the beginning of January 2011.  You did this by sharing our materials with others.  Eugene has been so honored, that on a cold snowy day in Siberia, he decided to give you a gift of our Annual Supercourse Calendar.  He did a grand job, and you can download it at:  http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/ACalendar2010/calendar2012.htm and hang it on your wall. Please share this with your family, students, and friends.  Next week we will also send this to you as an attachment.  It starts out in January as it should, with the WHO Definition of Health.
 
Mobile Global Health and the Homeless:
 
"And Homeless near a thousand homes I stood, And near a thousand tables pined and wanted food"  (Wordsworth)
 
At this time of year we need to think about those in our societies who do not have the advantages that we do, and what we as global health experts can do.  We would like to be serious in this section.
 
In all societies in the world there are certain minority groups that have much poorer health in comparison to the majority population leading to health disparities.  One minority group that typically is not considered is the Homeless. The homeless are 10 times more likely to die, with an average age of death of 45, there is a very high risk for Psychiatric disorders, diabetes, injuries.  There is a hidden risk of homicide due to young punks beating up homeless, and a very high risk of frost bite amputations. The prevalence of AIDs is exceptionally high. This is not only a public health issue but an economic issue, for example the life time cost of an amputation is over $500,000. We have a wonderful lecture in the Supercourse by John Song overviewing the health of the Homeless: http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec44051/001.htm.  Perhaps we can help.
 
Problem: the homeless are silent, invisible with poor health.  We need to reach the unreached.
 
Solutions:  Give every homeless person a cell phone or access to a cell phone 
 
This likely seems to you as a somewhat crazy, however, maybe it is not.
 
How might this help:  Cell phones can be used to monitor the temperature of the homeless, to call home, to call for help, to receive reminders for insulin.  A "help" button can be used for any emergencies like mugging or attempted rape.  There can be notifications for where there is housing and food.  Psychological "help" buttons can be used to help the homeless through crises, as well as to network with others.   Camera apps could take pictures of feet, and injuries, drug therapy  for example for AIDs could be monitored. There could be a cell phone accelerometer app to detect falls, and even beatings.  Homeless children are one of the most tragic problems as is the homeless pregnant mother. We could consider health reminders for homeless children or even mobile based health education of obesity.  The homeless could use the cell phones as a bank, reducing risk of being mugged. Telerehablitation for the Homeless could be instituted. Cell phones help us reach out to the homeless. There are 1000s of other apps that could be developed to help, in many cases, the helpless, we would value your thoughts.
 
 
In the US there are 650,000 homeless, and worldwide 100 million. In Pittsburgh there are about 3000. The cost for providing cell phones would not be very expensive. In the US, amazingly about 50% of the homeless already have a cell phone. Many of us have 3-4 outdated cell phones in our drawers. Perhaps we could start a campaign to share our cells with the Homeless. Also, one would think that Insurance, veterans groups in our countries, public programs would be interested. If we prevent 1 amputation, half a million dollars could be saved in the US. Also, the cost of a cell phone is so small now, why not provide a cell phone to each person, or to communities of the homeless?
 
To survive on the streets one needs to know where to find food, shelter, help, safety, counseling, family, friends, and warmth.  Universal cell phone access by the homeless could inexpensively address many of these issues.
 
We involved with global health would like to start a discussion with the tech community and the homeless community about if this could work and how we can make it happen. Please write to us at whocc@pitt.edu. There should Universal connectivity for the Homeless in the world?
 
Have a wonderful Holiday Season, and we in Mobile Global Health please help to reach the unreached, and unseen. Tis the season to help the less fortunate with the gift of a Mobile.
 
History
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CHD Epidemiology:  One of the fathers of CHD epidemiology, Henry Blackburn has produced a wonderful resource on the history and status of CHD epidemiology. It has many links, and interviews with leaders in CHD epidemiology.  You can find this at: http://www.epi.umn.edu/cvdepi/index.html
 
Clinical Trials:  Carol Redmond recommended a wonderful site that overviews the history of Clinical trials. It is a must for those of you involved in clinical trials:  http://www.jameslindlibrary.org/
 
"A friend is a gift you give yourself" (Stevenson)
 
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Ron, Faina, Eugene, Francois, Nicholas, Gil, Mita, Ismail, Eric, Kawkab, Vint, Ali, Meredith 
 
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> - 'Russia's new middle classes are protesting the most' [1 Update]
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> http://groups.google.com/group/socialactionfoundationforequity/t/113f9f335946d98c
> - IDU intervention prog – a success story in Pfütsero [1 Update]
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> - [AIDS INDIA] Urgent-Concerns about MPPF Licence [1 Update]
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> 'Russia's new middle classes are protesting the most'
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Purification of Monoclonal Antibodies
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