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Oliver Vause – Burley-in-Wharfedale | The UK & Ireland Database 0

Oliver Vause – Burley-in-Wharfedale | The UK & Ireland Database

February 2016 Teen admits possessing indecent photos of children A TEENAGER from Burley-in-Wharfedale has admitted possessing indecent photos of children. Oliver Vause, 19, appeared at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates Court on Tuesday, where he indicated guilty pleas to 16 charges of possessing indecent photos of children. The charges involved six moving images and 494 still images, ranging from category A to category C in terms of severity, and were committed between November 1, 2013, and May 13, 2015.

Bespectacled, heavily-built Vause, of Midgley Road, pleaded not guilty to a single charge of distributing an indecent photograph of a child a category A image between December 26 and 27, 2014.

His case was sent to Bradford Crown Court, where he will appear next month.

Vause, who has a thin beard and was dressed in a black jacket and trousers, white shirt, patterned tie and brown shoes, was granted bail with conditions of residence, that he does not use the internet to contact children and not to possess any device capable of accessing the internet, unless it retains a history of use.

Win a Hit-Air vest | EQ Life 0

Win a Hit-Air vest | EQ Life

Post on 5th Nov, 2015 by Vanessa Britton 1 Has 2015 been your year? EQ Life magazine has an amazing prize opportunity to give away to one deserving reader who has had an incredible year. We are looking for someone who deserves a fantastic Hit-Air safety vest, just for them.

There are many reasons this could be you may have won something big, got back on a horse after a bad fall, overcome nerves, qualified for a final anything that you consider is an achievement with your horse or pony, or at a riding school or yard in the region. You can also nominate someone else for this prize. The best five stories will be published in EQ Life and one will be chosen to win a Hit-Air vest!

Hit-Air vests are lightweight and flexible, providing the ultimate comfort and freedom of movement along with optimal protection on inflation. Hit-Air is now considered by many top riders as a necessity for cross country but the proven technology has filtered through to riders of all disciplines and ages. Available in Black, Red, Navy, Royal Blue, Purple and Florescent Yellow. 2 To enter To enter, simply write your story, in your own words and send it to 3 . Or post it to EQ Life, The Old Dairy, Watton Road, Hingham Norfolk. NR9 4NN.

Please mark your entry or email My Year and include a contact phone number. Stories should be no more than 400 words. Five stories will be printed in the December issue of EQ Life magazine.

One will be chosen as the prize winner. Terms and conditions The closing date is Friday 13th November 2015. The winner will be contacted within five days of the closing date.

The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image in any publicity material. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant s prior consent. Entry is free of charge and the Editor s decision is final.

Entries received after the closing date of 13th November will NOT be counted.

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Lurie Cancer Center Program to Tackle Breast Cancer with … 0

Lurie Cancer Center Program to Tackle Breast Cancer with …

Northwestern Memorial Hospital Posted on: 07 Aug 15 Lurie Cancer Center Program to Tackle Breast Cancer with Precision Medicine New clinical research program to provide breast cancer care using genomic tumor profiling with novel therapies PR Newswire CHICAGO, Aug.

7, 2015 CHICAGO, Aug.

7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Northwestern Medicine 1 and the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University 2 are proud to announce the naming of the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) Breast Cancer OncoSET (Sequence, Evaluate, Treat) program. LSCRF Breast Cancer OncoSET will provide a more personalized, precision medicine treatment approach for breast cancer patients by combining oncology with genomic tumor profiling.

The program will initially focus on patients with breast cancer that is non-responsive to traditional therapeutic treatments. LSCRF Breast Cancer OncoSET is an extension of the Northwestern OncoSET 3 program that was first launched in early 2015 by the Lurie Cancer Center, in collaboration with Northwestern Memorial Hospital 4 . The Breast Cancer OncoSET program was made possible by a generous donation from the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation 5 , which is the first major naming gift that a Northwestern OncoSET program has received.

This support will fund important research to develop new treatments based on the molecular abnormalities identified through the program. “We are very excited and appreciative of the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation’s gift,” said Leonidas Platanias, MD, PhD 6 , director of the Lurie Cancer Center. “Their support of our vision will help establish Chicago as a leader in precision cancer care.” LSCRF Breast Cancer OncoSET will enable Lurie Cancer Center physicians to provide patients with the personalized treatment options or clinical trials that will benefit them most by sequencing the genetic profile of an individual patient’s tumor known as genomic profiling and evaluating the results. Therapeutic approaches may include early-stage clinical trials, as well as site-agnostic, pathway-driven treatments targeting the genetic abnormalities of one type of cancer and using them to treat a different type of cancer if they share the same mutation. By offering cancer patients care within LSCRF Breast Cancer OncoSET, the program is also expanding the Lurie Cancer Center’s pre-clinical research by collecting and analyzing detailed data from each patient’s genomic profile.

The information collected will allow researchers to identify new treatment patterns and important genomic pathways to develop novel approaches to cancer treatment. “The goal of the Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation is to provide patients with access to the latest technological and medical advances for treating breast cancer,” said Ashley Netzky, chair of the LSCRF’s board of directors. “It is very rewarding to know that this new OncoSET program will be able to do exactly that for breast cancer patients right here in Chicago using a precision medicine approach.” “The Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation Breast Cancer OncoSET program will not only allow us to expand the number of new treatment options available for patients, but also enhance our clinical trial offerings,” said Francis Giles, MD 7 , deputy director of the Lurie Cancer Center, and director of Northwestern Medicine Developmental Therapeutics Institute 8 . “In addition, the program will allow us to learn more about which genomic targets are the most important in treating breast cancer and identify additional potential genetic targets for new drugs in the future.” To learn more about the cancer care at the Lurie Cancer Center or schedule an appointment, call 312-695-0990 or visit: 9 . To learn more about Northwestern Medicine, please visit: 10 . To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit: 11 SOURCE Northwestern Memorial Hospital PR Newswire 12 Last updated on: 07/08/2015 References ^ Northwestern Medicine ( ^ Robert H.

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