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Estrogen-suppressing drugs called aromatase inhibitors have become an important part of treatment for postmenopausal breast cancer patients who have disease with estrogen receptors. Grade 3/4 adverse events were more commonly experienced by those assigned everolimus: 53 percent of those assigned everolimus had a grade 3 adverse event compared with 23 percent of those assigned placebo.
  • The Last of Us Part 2 Trailer, Release Date, & Latest News

    The Last of Us Part 2 Trailer, Release Date, & Latest News

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    Joel and Ellie are both back, looking to pick up the story right where the first game left off ( more or so). After spending a few years on different ideas, the development team finally came up with a very special story for the game. Set five years on, he assured fans it won't muck up the "perfect" ending of the first game. He asks that you put your trust in Naughty Dog and that he will "do right by you".
  • Sunderland add to Leicester's misery

    Sunderland add to Leicester's misery

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    And Ranieri acknowledged his side are in a battle to avoid the drop. "I spoke to him a few weeks ago and said I thought his levels had just dipped a little, but that would be normal for a young player when you think of the games we asked him to play in and the position the team had been in.
  • Rahul's and Cong party's Twitter accounts hacked

    Rahul's and Cong party's Twitter accounts hacked

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    He demanded that Congress to tender an apology for making such a "baseless" allegation. "Within seconds, an entire licensed army of trolls retweeted and reposted the reprehensible comments of the hackers, indicating that they were acting in concert", said Surjewala.
  • Twitter has a new head of product

    Twitter has a new head of product

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    The team is excited about the future, and its apps will be closed to help it focus on the new efforts. Frenzy allowed friends to connect with each other locally as an event-planning service, while WYD , which is an acronym for What You Doing, allowed friends to connect remotely.
  • Titanfall 2 is getting a free multiplayer trial this week

    Titanfall 2 is getting a free multiplayer trial this week

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    A host of new content comes with Titanfall 2's newest update . Users will receive a free download of " Titanfall 2: Angel City's Most Wanted" DLC when it launches on november 30. Not only that, Titanfall 2 technical test players quickly discovered the existance of a Nessie doll inside of the pilot training mission. There will be a new Nose Art pack available for purchase along with a pack of callsign pack, camo pack, and Nitro Scorch pack.
  • US economy grew at 3.2 per cent in third quarter

    US economy grew at 3.2 per cent in third quarter

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    It's even better than the initial estimate of 2.9%. That is the strongest pace since the second quarter of 2014. This report included the first snapshot of corporate profits in the third quarter, and showed that companies earned $133.8 billion, a 6.6% increase that was up from a decrease by $12.5 billion (-0.6%) in Q2.
  • Samsung Electronics mulls holding company move, boosts payout

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    But the process, aided by "external advisors", will take at least another six months, and the company emphasized its neutrality toward the idea. On Monday, the Seoul Economic Daily reported that the South Korean conglomerate will discuss its plans - including the one about splitting - on a conference call on Tuesday morning.
  • 5000 fish in ice at Japan skating rink cause uproar

    5000 fish in ice at Japan skating rink cause uproar

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    It apologized for causing discomfort to the public. Other parts of the rink showed whale sharks and sting rays suspended beneath ice. Space World, in the southern city of Kitakyushu, had opened its aquarium-themed attraction earlier this month.
  • Trump Tower turns into 'Dump Tower' on Google Maps

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    According to Google's instructions , changes to the map database are reviewed by hand, so theoretically, someone would have had to deliberately hit "confirm" on Dump Tower . It is not the first time a location on Google Maps has been the target of online defacement, BuzzFeed reported . The Google Maps change comes as Mr Trump criticises a move for a presidential vote recount in three key states.
  • Upto $1000 Savings: Best Black Friday Deals on Computers, Xbox

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    Hang on for a minute.we're trying to find some more stories you might like. While nearly every sale is offering a $50 discount on bundles for the new Xbox One S , your best bet may be directly from Microsoft , which is throwing in a $25 gift card and a free select game .
  • Ditto is now in Pokemon Go

    Ditto is now in Pokemon Go

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    The Nearby feature reportedly works fine when the trainer is positioned in the vicinity of a Pokestop and it transforms to the Sightings view when you are away from a Pokestop. As these issues continue, fans of the hit game will try to enjoy their upcoming holiday and that includes a special Pokemon GO Thanksgiving XP event.
  • Microsoft Solitaire Collection Now Available on Android and iOS Devices

    Microsoft Solitaire Collection Now Available on Android and iOS Devices

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    It also features daily challenges in which you can play solvable challenges every day in all five game modes with multiple levels of difficulty, while earning cool awards, Microsoft says. You can also chose to remove them by making a premium purchase. Play single suit or challenge yourself with four suits! FreeCell rewards players who think several moves ahead.
  • Facebook Built 'Censorship Tool' as Part of Chinese Expansion Effort

    Facebook Built 'Censorship Tool' as Part of Chinese Expansion Effort

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    The tool , it would seem, does not even enjoy much support from within Facebook as The New York Times reports that some members of staff who worked on the product have left the company. However, the company decline to comment on the reports . The three employees told the newspaper that the censorship software was developed as one means of entering the Chinese market and in the end it may not be used at all.
  • Police dash cam records fireball flashing across Florida night sky

    Police dash cam records fireball flashing across Florida night sky

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    The CCTV cameras caught the meteor shower on film from all over the state, as it entered the Earth's atmosphere at 40,000 miles per hour. The American Meteor Society received over 150 reports from residents living from Key West in the south to the Florida panhandle in the north, who spotted the great ball of fire on Monday evening.
  • Donald Trump believes in 'some' climate change

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    Suddenly faced with the possibility that the US could withdraw from the emissions pact adopted in Paris a year ago, countries rallied in support of the deal and said they would forge ahead no matter what. Climate finance was discussed during the last two weeks and in order to reach a good balance between climate adaptation and climate mitigation, countries have been strongly encouraged to strive towards the earlier set target of $100bn a year by 2020.
  • A second chance to see the supermoon

    A second chance to see the supermoon

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    Tonight is when the moon-in its full-moon phase-will be at its closest to Earth. The phenomenon known as the supermoon hit its most luminescent moments in North America before dawn on Monday. The "supermoon" was expected to reach the peak of its full phase at 1.52pm United Kingdom time, meaning Brits can watch out for it any time tonight.
  • NYC: Former Mayor Dinkins, Eric Adams Endorse de Blasio For Reelection

    NYC: Former Mayor Dinkins, Eric Adams Endorse de Blasio For Reelection

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    If there are threats for federal funding for Planned Parenthood in New York City, we will ensure women receive the healthcare they need. The mayor says he was spurred to get more vocal about the issue by the Bernie Sanders movement and problems with the city's election administration, including long Election Day lines.
  • Apple Announces Black Friday Shopping Event

    Apple Announces Black Friday Shopping Event

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    Truth be told, the Surface series has become very successful these days, acting as a catalyst for the Redmond software giant to continue investing in products that "invent new categories", as the firm's executives said on several occasions.
  • Space station trip makes NASA's Peggy Whitson the oldest woman in space

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    At 56, astronaut Peggy Whitson is quite a bit younger than John Glenn was when ― in 1998 ― he became the oldest human to ever travel in space at age 77. 'I would have rather gone sooner, but I'll deal with it, ' she said. Whitson will turn 57 in February while she's orbiting on the International Space Station, reports the Associated Press .
  • Ward pulls off decision win over Kovalev for title

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    Each judge scored the fight 114-113 in favor of Ward, giving him the victory and Kovalev's belts. "This was a attractive thing". "We did it, baby". The clash between the skilful Ward and hard-hitting Kovalev was billed as the fight of the year , and lived up to expectations.