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New Hampshire State Newsletter Newsletter for Thursday April 26, 2012


New Hampshire State Newsletter Newsletter for Thursday April 26, 2012 ( 4 items )  

New Hampshire Dems: Ovide Should Tell NH Where he Stands on Defunding Planned Parenthood
CONCORD, N.H., April 25 -- The New Hampshire Democratic Party issued the following news release: As the New Hampshire State Senate voted today to table a bill that would defund Planned Parenthood, cutting access to health care for thousands of New Hampshire women and jeopardizing the state's entire Medicaid program, Republican gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne maintained his silence on this important issue. "Legislation to defund Planned Parenthood would cut access to preventative h  more

Oncology State Societies and Practices Recognized for Important Work in Clinical Trials and Promising New Programs that Improve Patient Care
ALEXANDRIA, Va., April 24 -- The American Society of Clinical Oncology issued the following news release: The Conquer Cancer Foundation of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is recognizing six oncology practices from around the country for their work in improving access to clinical trials for patients in their communities. In addition, three ASCO State Affiliate societies are being honored for new projects that enhance cancer care in their state and region. The Conquer Cancer  more

UNH Carsey Institute: Northern, Western N.H. Towns Most at Risk of Food Insecurity
DURHAM, N.H., April 25 -- The University of New Hampshire issued the following news release: Granite Staters in northern and western parts of New Hampshire are most at risk to experience food insecurity as a result of having fewer resources to buy the food that they need to stay healthy, according to new research from the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire and the Children's Alliance of New Hampshire. This research was commissioned by the Children's Alliance of New Hampshi  more

UW Professor Creates Large Infrared Camera to Study History of the Universe
LARAMIE, Wyo., April 25 -- The University of Wyoming issued the following news release: Michael Pierce plans to study the history of the cosmos -- going back 10 billion years -- with an infrared camera it took him seven years to create. The University of Wyoming physics and astronomy associate professor has built the Near-Infrared Imaging Spectrograph (NIIS), which is the first infrared camera to be developed in Wyoming in almost 20 years, according to Pierce. The instrument is large --  more




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