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The goal is to customize treatments for cancer and other diseases to a patient’s own biology. But something as simple as failing to take care of tissue samples en route to the lab can derail that.
WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) – Officials say a worker has died after a tracked vehicle moving a piece of pipe slipped on frozen ground and struck him in West Virginia. Ohio County Emergency Management Agency director Lou Vargo tells the Charleston Gazette-Mail that the man died Thursday night. He worked for a contractor for MarkWest Energy… Read More
MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) – One of two emergency medical service providers in Moundsville, West Virginia city has closed without advance notice. The Intelligencer reports that Marshall County Administrator Betsy Frohnapfel said the county was notified Wednesday morning that ESP Ambulance Service had suspended service for an indefinite time. She says contingencies are temporarily in place,… Read More
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) – A jury in West Virginia will hear the evidence against the Mormon Church in a lawsuit accusing local church officials of covering up allegations that the son of officials abused 12 children over more than five years. The Journal reports that the lawsuit filed by children who were between the ages… Read More
Authorities searched the North Carolina office, car and home of a former Glouster woman accused of stealing from the Trimble Twp. nonprofit Chix 4 a Cure, a cancer organization. Michelle Lowery-Rowan, who works at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, was arrested Wednesday at her office by university police with assistance from the Athens… Read More