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Healing America – Upholding the Constitution of the United States of America

ByMark O'Doherty

President Biden has reignited the Cancer Moonshot and set a new national goal: if we work together, we can cut the death rate from cancer by at least 50% over the next 25 years, and improve the experience of people and their families living with and surviving cancer. We can make real progress toward ending cancer as we know it. It will take all of us doing our part. Join us. Ending cancer as we know it will take all of us doing our part. We know that the best ideas, the stories that will inspire change, and the actions that can help deliver on this bold mission come from across the United States and beyond. President Biden is calling, on the: - Scientific community to bring its boldest thinking to this fight; - Medical and public health community to improve their outreach to and support for under-served communities, to help patients and families have the best experience possible while living with and surviving cancer, and to improve patient outcomes; - Private sector to step up — to develop and test new treatments, to share more data and knowledge, and to collaborate on tools that can benefit all Americans; and - People living with cancer and survivors, their caregivers and families, and those who have lost someone to keep sharing their perspectives and experiences and to keep pushing for progress. The goals and priorities for the Cancer Moonshot must be informed by those with direct experience with cancer. Please share your ideas for how we can focus these efforts — and your stories of inspiration and knowledge from your experience with cancer. Sources: PS: Governments, medical experts and scientific researchers in all corners of the world have great potential to implement scientific breakthroughs in Cancer Research; to counter-act and prevent cancer, as well as to cut the death rate from cancer considerably. Furthermore, it is imperative that funding and support by governments, corporations and major global conglomerates - who have trillions of dollars at their disposal - provide the necessary support to the scientific community, so that vital breakthroughs can be achieved to counter-act and prevent cancer - with the long-term aim that cancer can be cured and healed.


Publication Date
Nov 4, 2020
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Mark O'Doherty




"World leaders congratulate Biden on election victory" / From my side I also congratulate Biden on his election victory and wish him all the best in his future US presidencyI also suggest that Donald Trump ought to concede, so that his legacy of making America great again is not tarnished, and that the memory of President Trump will remain positive among Republicans in the US.Under the circumstances I also think that President Trump did quite a good job by cooperating and working together with NGO activists such as myself to improve peace and prosperity in the International Community.By conceding Donald Trump and the US Republican Party would ensure that the positive legacy of President Trump prevails, and that the presidential transition in the US can commence peacefully, harmoniously and in a dignified way.French President Emmanuel Macron: "The Americans have chosen their President. Congratulations @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris!"German Chancellor Angela Merkel: "I look forward to future cooperation with President Biden," she said in a statement posted on Twitter. "Our transatlantic friendship is irreplaceable if we are to master the great challenges of our time.""No fraud: Top officials say presidential election was most secure in US history" / Federal and state cybersecurity experts say there is no evidence votes were compromised or altered, firmly rejecting claims of fraud from Trump and his supporters"Georgia's GOP lieutenant governor: 'Facts' show Biden won state"Duncan confirmed that Biden will become the 46th president, saying, “The Constitution is still in place. This is still America.”Georgia Secretary of State Raffensperger: “I wish he would have won. I’m a conservative Republican and I’m disappointed but those are the results.”I personally agree with that. I personally also would have liked President Donald Trump to win. But regrettably he did not :(With reference to policy on Iran and China, he described “what we would have done in the next four years”. He also said that if he thought he had lost the election, he would be “a very gracious loser”.“I’d go to Florida,” President Trump said. “I’d take it easy.”I think I'm actually gonna do the same. I'll also go to Florida because I'm in need of a bit of sun and holiday after this stressfull NGO work here.In fact I'm doing all the heavy lifting here. So my colleagues from the US, Russian and Chinese intelligence community will have to improve themselves so that peace and prosperity can finally be manifested in the International Community!"US judge dismisses suit filed against Pence seeking to overturn election result" / Lawsuit aimed at allowing vice president to reject electoral college votes is latest in a long line of cases to be thrown outSo I suggest Donald Trump does the morally and ethically correct thing, by finally conceding and preparing himself to handover the US presidency graciously to Joe Biden."FBI facing allegation that its 2018 background check of Brett Kavanaugh was ‘fake’ " / A Democratic senator has asked attorney general Merrick Garland to facilitate ‘proper oversight’ into concerns on the investigationFBI director Chris Wray was also criticized, who President Joe Biden has elected to remain in place, for not answering questions about the investigation.Counteracting and preventing violent exremism in the International Community"Isis-linked militants beheading children in Mozambique, says aid group" / Islamist insurgents targeting victims as young as 11, according to Save the ChildrenHence it is imperative that Mozambique’s government – with the assistance of the International Community – makes a greater effort to counteract and prevent violent extremism in Mozambique."Tributes paid to victims in Boulder supermarket shooting" / Eric Talley, a father of seven, was first officer to respond to reports of shots fired. Other victims ranged in age from 20 to 65 years old"Biden urges gun reform after Colorado shooting: 'Don't wait another minute' " / President lowers White House flag to half-staff to honor victimsThe president called on Congress to close the loopholes in the background checks system and to once again ban assault weapons.He specifically urged the Senate to pass the two background checks bills that the House approved earlier this month.“I don’t need to wait another minute, let alone an hour, to take commonsense steps that will save lives in the future. This is not and should not be a partisan issue. It is an American issue.”Gun safety advocates including Barack Obama also called for immediate action by Congress to address the resurgent national epidemic as the country emerges from a year of lockdowns and social distancing sparked by the coronavirus pandemics.“This is the moment to make our stand. NOW,” tweeted Senator Chris Murphy from Connecticut, where a shooter killed 26 people at an elementary school in 2012 - including 20 children between six and seven years old, and six adult staff members.Senator Murphy mounted a nearly 15-hour filibuster on the Senate floor in 2016 to advance gun safety legislation after 49 people died in a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Florida, called on colleagues to finally address gun violence.“No more Newtowns. No more Parklands. No more Boulders,” he tweeted. “Now – we make our stand.”“To save lives and end these senseless killings, we need more than thoughts and prayers – we need federal action on gun safety from the Senate, and we need it now”Washington Post: "Shootings never stopped during the pandemic: 2020 was the deadliest gun violence year in decades"Nearly 300 children were shot and killed in 2020, according to Gun Violence Archive data, a 50 percent increase from the previous year. More than 5,100 kids and teens 17 and younger were killed or injured last yearTo protect and uphold the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in the United States, federal action on gun safety from the Senate is necessary - in particular a ban on assault weapons - so that the UNCRC can be restored in the US.Otherwise an intervention from the NGO Community will be necessary, to finally encourage and convince American politicians to ban assault weapons, so that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) can be restored in the US."Biden condemns US gun violence as an ‘international embarrassment’ as he announces new actions" / President outlines steps he will take to end gun violenceCNN: "The single most important -- and powerful -- line from Joe Biden's 1/6 speech" / "Pelosi: Police officers and other lawmakers ensured that the insurrection ultimately failed" / Harris: "If we do not defend it, democracy simply will not stand"THE GUARDIAN: "Biden condemns Trump’s ‘web of lies’ a year on from deadly Capitol assault" / President blames predecessor for role in violence of 6 January. "You can't love your country only when you win."ALARABIYA NEWS: "Biden says US, world in ‘struggle between democracy and autocracy’ " / "Afghan Taliban turn blind eye to Pakistani militants" / "David Satterfield to take over for Feltman as US Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa"MOSCOW TIMES: "Russia’s Involvement in Kazakhstan’s Crisis Could Have Wide Implications" / "Gunfire in Largest Kazakh City, Moscow-Led Troops Arrive." RUSSIA TODAY: "Trump ‘rallied the mob to attack’, Biden says in Capitol riot anniversary speech"“The Secretary reiterated the United States’ full support for Kazakhstan’s constitutional institutions and media freedom and advocated for a peaceful, rights-respecting resolution to the crisis”, the State Department said.“We call for calm and we condemn acts of violence and the destruction of property and buildings. We also call for a resumption of internet services and for the Kazakh authorities to respect their commitments to freedom of speech and expression.”ALJAZEERA: "Tunisian judges on strike as fears grow over authoritarian rule" / Members of the judiciary say they live under a growing climate of intimidation following the president’s power grab.“The judiciary is a red line that cannot be crossed,” Anas Hamadi, president of the Association of Tunisian Judges, told Al Jazeera. “We are going to defend our judicial power and our democracy.”CNN: "Biden makes a passionate plea: Beating cancer is something we can do together" / Biden’s speech came on the 60th anniversary of Kennedy’s original “Moonshot” speech in which he unveiled his goal of landing a man on the Moon.INTERESTING ENGINEERING: "Major breakthrough in cancer research: Papers reveal 'dark matter' that contributes to disease's growth" / So hopefully this reserach is not just mumbo-jumbo but is substantial and ultimately finds a cure for cancer :)It is imperative that we find a cure to cancer - which I'm sure we will - if resources and scientific research are channeled properly and everybody works together with solidarity empathy and love - which includes a Basic Income for everybody.TIMES OF ISRAEL: Research peer-reviewed; work ongoing: "Scientists believe they’ve found a way to stop cancer cells from entering blood moving around the body; but solution not yet in medicine form." Great. Keep up the good work :)GUARDIAN: "Jeremy Renner says snowplough accident was ‘my mistake’" / Avengers actor says he apologised to family for New Year’s Day accident that left him close to death. Good to hear that Jeremy is well and healthy again :)

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