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Hundreds walk to raise awareness about breast cancer

first_img“Early detection saves lives” was the chant as hundreds took to the streets of Georgetown on Sunday to raise awareness on breast cancer as part of the activities to observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month.The march, which was organised by the Public Health Ministry, commenced and culminated at Parade Ground on Middle Street, Georgetown.Leading the march were Public Health Ministers Volda Lawrence and Dr Karen Cummings, along with First Lady Sandra Granger; Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and his wife, Sita; and several cancer survivors.Cancer survivor Desiree Edghill said that the walk differed from similar walks in that it allowed cancer survivors to feel embraced. “When people see survivors walking, I think that gives them some hope that I can fight this and I think what wasSome of the participants at Sunday morning’s breast cancer awareness walkgood about this walk also is that there was a lot of education happening on the way … so, I think it is important that we continue to walk and continue to let people know that early detection saves lives,” Edghill underscored.Also, a survivor, Public Health Minister Lawrence – who described herself as a ‘cancer warrior’ – said raising awareness was important, since many women experienced the symptoms, but were afraid to let people know or face the issue head-on.“When we come out in the public and we show them that even a minister or anyone – it does not matter who you are, but you can have cancer and you can be a survivor, you can war against cancer. So, this is to encourage [persons] to come out and do their breast checks,” Minister Lawrence is quoted as saying by the Department of Public Information (DPI).Dr Cummings, the Minister within the Public Health Ministry, noted that the huge turnout demonstrated that more people were aware of the issue. The Minister said, “We certainly want to reduce the morbidity and mortality of cancers in general and more importantly, breast cancer, which is very common among women. So, I know that persons will learn to examine themselves every month so they can save their lives.”October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Governments, civil society groups and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) use this annual observation to raise awareness about the disease, and garner funds that will go towards research on treatments and a cure.last_img read more

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Mourinho to keep job, Everton won’t use January window, Arsenal complete signing

first_img Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Latest transfer news Exclusive: ‘Jose Mourinho is doing a GREAT JOB at Manchester United’… says Manchester City superfan Noel GallagherTottenham Hotspur new stadium update: Pitch is fully laid and it looks pretty incredibleGary Neville brands Manchester United ‘rotten to the core’ over report they may sack Jose Mourinho Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ 4 Marco Silva insists Everton will not make any January signings until he has been able to assess every member of his current squad. (Liverpool Echo)Arsenal will sign Miguel Almiron, the Paraguay midfielder, when the January transfer window opens. (FOX Deportes USA, per 90Min)Cesc Fabregas hopes to sign a new Chelsea contract with his existing deal expiring at the end of the season. (Guardian) 4 Southampton are interested in signing Gary Cahill, the Chelsea defender, in January. (Mirror)Brentford manager Dean Smith has played down suggestions he could leave Griffin Park for the Aston Villa job, having been linked with succeeding Steve Bruce. (Birmingham Live)Newcastle United remain listed for sale according to club chiefs, including managing director Lee Charnley. (Chronicle)Neymar has been in touch with Paul Pogba, the Man United midfielder, to discuss the France star potentially moving to Paris Saint-Germain. (Goal) Jose Mourinho will be sacked by Manchester United this weekend regardless of the club’s result against Newcastle. (Mirror)However, United have denied these reports, saying the Portuguese retains the backing of the club’s board. (BBC Sport) LATEST LIVING THE DREAM Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? And here are the top talkSPORT.com stories…Exclusive: Kevin Keegan urges Mike Ashley to sell Newcastle United on talkSPORT and lends backing to Rafa BenitezExclusive: Noel Gallagher predicts Liverpool ‘implosion’ if Manchester City win at Anfield, jokes Pep Guardiola will be arrested by Merseyside police Die-hard City fan Gallagher joined talkSPORT on Friday The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Mourinho’s position at Old Trafford is reportedly safe Take a look at all the latest transfer news and biggest football gossip from Saturday’s papers and online…center_img RANKED Pogba is said to want to leave Man United in the coming months Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father moving on Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer three-way race 4 targets targets Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January 4 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade IN DEMAND TOP WORK REVEALED last_img read more

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Microsoft hires former Siri boss for AI leadership role

first_imgSan Francisco: The former head of Apples Siri division Bill Stasior, is leaving the company after nearly a decade to join Microsofts artificial intelligence (AI) division. Stasior left Apple in May and he is joining Microsoft later this month as a corporate vice president, reporting to Chief Technology Officer Kevin Scott, The Verge reported on Monday. Stasior announced his job change by updating his resume on his personal website. He was vice president for AI and Siri when he left in May, according to his resume. According to his LinkedIn profile, from 2012 to 2019, he headed the 11,000-strong team of developers, scientists, product managers and designers working on Siri. Before Apple, Stasior was one of the top executives at Amazon. In addition, he previously worked at AltaVista and Oracle.last_img read more

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