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History of Platelet Therapy

By: Dr. Elton Gómez, Stem Cells Expert By observing that many women with chronic diseases felt better during the last months of pregnancy and that this state of well-being was maintained for several months after childbirth, and even repeated in subsequent pregnancies. It was suspected that the placenta had a …

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NAHJ will honor Capital Gazette journalists murdered during ‘2018 In Memoriam’ during their annual conference in Miami

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) commented the Capital Gazette and their strength in fulfilling a vow to publish the June 29th paper.  In honor of the lives taken, NAHJ will include assistant editor and columnist Rob Hiaasen, special publications editor Wendi Winters, writer John McNamara, editorial page …

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Port of Entry in Calexico Opens its Doors Southbound

-Editorial The Calexico Port of Entry Expansion by the General Services Administration is about to be completed. Traffic to the south is already being redirected through Imperial Avenue to Second Street to the new port on Cesar Chavez Boulevard starting today, July 10th. In order to return to the United …

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