- Newsmaker: Cervical Cancer Vaccine
Researchers say there-s an experimental vaccine that has proven 100% effective against cervical cancer, which kills 250,000 women every year. Pathologist Ralph Richart, of Columbia-s Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, has more on the breakthrough that could eventually wipe out cervical cancer.
- Reporter-s Notebook: Santa Ana Winds Blow in -Season of Prickly Dread-
In 1938, Raymond Chandler wrote that the Santa Ana winds -make your nerves jump and your skin itch-Meek little wives feel the edge of the carving knife and study their husband-s necks. Anything can happen.- Landscape gardener Wade Graham, who writes for The New Yorker, Harper-s, Outside, and other magazines, says that the winds that blow in off the Mohave Desert bring more than high temperatures to the southland.
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