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Club Motto: "This is the Great War, everybody dies."

The Great War Historical Society: Honoring those who served in the First World War by re-living and re-enacting aspects of WWI. We are a group of WWI enthusiasts and re-enactors who recreate the life and times of the common soldier of WWI. Based mainly around the Los Angeles/Southern California area, we study and teach about the 'War to End All Wars' through public and school presentations, roundtable discussions and lectures, study groups, online research, and reenactments of trench warfare at our own fully developed battle site with trenches and "No Mans Land." We strive to do it right which is part of the fun, while also being the challenge. Anything worth doing is worth doing right. We have been working hard for the last three years on our new battlefield, and we are pleased with what has come about so far. It is an ongoing process that we are looking forward to seeing what it can become.

If being in the trenches of a WWI battlefield seems appealing to you, we encourage you to contact one of the many different, authentic, and welcoming units in our club. They will be able to guide you in becoming a member of our exciting hobby. This is truly the "re-enactors re-enactment."


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‘Previously HIV treatment can prevent so-called ‘opportunistic infections’ including tuberculosis , which is the biggest killer of people with HIV,’ Reuters reports . ‘The company estimated that AIDS-related deaths could possibly be reduced by 20 percent from 2010 to 2015 if the brand new recommendation was widely adopted. Tuberculosis deaths. […]

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Jerome Rossert.

In three patients, genuine red-cell aplasia acquired recurred when they had been reexposed to epoetin after a fall in antibody titers. Other sufferers had received a diagnosis of natural red-cell aplasia before getting into the study shortly, and several had not been treated with immunosuppressive therapy because previous experience shows […]

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96 % of Indian-made tea contains pesticides.

The government didn’t exactly work accordingly. ‘Indian tea is usually a national pride and it should not be the main one linked to toxic chemicals with severe environmental and health threats. All stakeholders in the tea market should come ahead and do something to safeguard the trustworthiness of our national […]

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Findings shall be published in the Aug.

The inflammation produced may discharge certain chemical substances in the brain and inadvertently kill human brain cells, as we discover in Parkinson’s. Dr. Bower explains that this study will not prove that allergy symptoms cause Parkinson’s disease; instead, it points to an association between the two illnesses. He advises that […]

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The brand new document.

A.Participation in prospective clinical analysis requires fully informed and transparent consent that discloses all potential uses of PHI and IIHI, and a conclusion of any limitations on withdrawing consent for use of data, including biological materials. B.ACP recognizes that additional study is needed to resolve informed consent issues related to […]

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Cegedim Dendrite is the leading company of Customer Relationship Management.

2010 Aggregate Disclosure and Spend Reporting Industry Survey of compliance plan experts Cegedim Dendrite today announced the results of the 2010 Aggregate Spend and Disclosure Reporting Industry Survey of compliance program experts from Life Sciences companies. Cegedim Dendrite is the leading company of Customer Relationship Management , Regulatory Compliance, Data […]

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The FDA stated that a cooling solution created by NECC called cardioplegia.

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Regarding to a scholarly research published on-line in the European Heart Journal [1].

Finally, he calls on the European Culture of Cardiology to develop scientific statements on polluting of the environment and cardiovascular disease to make governments, clinicians and the public more alert to the problem. European Heart Journal. Doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehs480 [2] A micrometer is one-millionth of a meter. [3] If all human being […]

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Usage of dedicated vaccine website can increase uptake.

Dr Shourie stated MMR vaccination uptake in Australia can be great but a dedicated site could sustain these rates and could help improve parents' self-confidence in the vaccine, especially in rural areas where it can be difficult for households to access information. A website is a straightforward solution but one […]

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Better Imaging Scans Catching More Thyroid Cancers: Study: FRIDAY.

And 27 % were diagnosed following investigations of nodules not associated with thyroid tumor that prompted doctors to order imaging assessments of the neck, the study found. However, the study exposed that the proportion of sufferers who die from thyroid cancers hasn’t changed since 1935. We are facing an epidemic […]

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The initial data show that ponatinib provides anti-tumor activity in patients with advanced GIST.

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In the July problem of Hepatology Full findings of the study are published.

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Regarding to a new government report.

But the scholarly study, published Oct. 13 in JAMA Internal Medication, also links smoking to: 2.3 million cases of heart attack1.3 million cases of cancer1.2 million cases of stroke1.8 million cases of diabetes.The researchers said their findings regarding diabetes are concerning particularly. ‘We’ve known for a long time that smoking […]

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The most typical cause of blindness in older Us citizens.

An exciting implication of this research was that the CCR3 protein could possibly be detected in early unusual blood vessel development, giving us the opportunity to prevent structural damage to the retina and protect vision. Age-related macular degeneration affects 30 to 50 million people globally, and that true amount is […]

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But are actually overdoses tied to acetyl fentanyl.

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Carmen Escuriola.

Plasma-derived products carried a risk of inhibitor advancement that was similar to the risk with recombinant products . Content of von Willebrand Aspect Seven patients received products with a minimal von Willebrand factor content material on 1 to 11 direct exposure days . Inhibitory antibodies developed in two patients after […]

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Alexion first one fourth non-GAAP net income increases to $56.

Historically, Alexion’s non-GAAP working results have been equal to GAAP operating results less both impact of share-based payment and taxes that aren’t payable in cash . With the completion of two acquisitions in the quarter, Alexion’s non-GAAP operating outcomes will now also exclude amortization of obtained intangible property and costs […]

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