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Aretha Franklin Dies Of Pancreatic Cancer

Another hoax news reporting Aretha Franklin’s death from the out of control internet world these days.


The gossips circulating that poor soul singer Aretha Franklin, she has the hat size of the satellite has recently been treated for cancer of the pancreas notoriously rough.

Twitter rumors have multiplied that the 68-year-old singer died from the disease, and history will pull through retweet generally useful function that users clicked the retweet compassion ultimately useless.

From now on, there is no reason to believe Franklin is dead or is a new danger to do so in the near future. CNN correspondent Roland S. Martin denied the rumor on his Twitter account, they shout people and re-tweet tweet misinformation that Aretha is not dead because of pancreatic cancer.

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Posted by on December 28, 2010 in cancer news

 

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Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon has prostate cancer and will miss late-session votes

Prostate cancer news collection.


PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon has prostate cancer and will miss late-session votes that could include approval of an arms treaty with Russia and repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law on gays in the military, he said Thursday.


The 61-year-old Democrat said the cancer is in its early stage, diagnosed after his annual physical examination in late November. He said he scheduled surgery for Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital, expecting the Senate to be in recess by then.


“However, it now appears that I will be missing votes tomorrow and possibly next week,” he said in a statement.


Wyden has surgery preparation scheduled Friday but would be available for votes on the weekend, said a spokeswoman, Jennifer Hoelzer.


On the congressional agenda are a government appropriations bill, a new arms treaty with Russia and legislation to allow openly gay servicemembers to remain in the military, but aides said the schedule is so fluid it’s not certain what votes Wyden would miss.


Regan Lachapelle, a spokeswoman for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, said time is too short for the Senate to adjust its schedule to make sure Wyden is on the floor for critical votes, and it’s not clear that his votes would be make-or-break for measures such as the repeal of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy or the arms treaty.


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Posted by on December 17, 2010 in cancer news

 

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