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  • Officer Helps Out Skunk With Cup Stuck on Its Head

    Officer Helps Out Skunk With Cup Stuck on Its Head

    Thursday, September 20 2018 11:58 AM EDT2018-09-20 15:58:03 GMT
    By Inside Edition StaffClick here to watch video. An Illinois officer escaped what could have been a stinky situation.  Derrick Hight, an Aurora police officer, was caught on camera trying to help out a baby skunk that had a cup stuck on its head.  It was a high-risk moment as the skunk ran around unable to see. Hight got the animal’s attention by banging his baton on the ground.  When the animal attempted to look his way, the officer grabbed the container off its head.  Hight th... 
    An Illinois officer escaped what could have been a stinky situation.  
  • Are Bert and Ernie Gay? Writer Says Yes but Puppeteer Says No

    Are Bert and Ernie Gay? Writer Says Yes but Puppeteer Says No

    Thursday, September 20 2018 11:38 AM EDT2018-09-20 15:38:02 GMT
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    It seems as if the LGBTQ+ community may have celebrated too soon. 
  • 4 Patients Get Cancer After Receiving Organs From Same Donor in 'Extremely Rare' Case

    Four Patients Get Cancer After Receiving Organs from Same Donor in 'Extremely Rare' Case

    Thursday, September 20 2018 9:38 AM EDT2018-09-20 13:38:02 GMT
    By Deborah Hastings Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor in an "extremely rare" case, according to a new study. The people were stricken several years after their transplants, and three of them died, a survey recently published in the American Journal of Transplantation says.  Dr. Frederike Bemelman of the University of Amsterdam wrote the report. It was the first instance of multiple cancer development she has seen in 20 years o... 
    Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor in an "extremely rare" case, according to a new study. 
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