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of turning the main opposition party into a whipping boy as a way of diverting attention from the ruling government’s woeful failures and broken promises. fade into the background noise of ongoing domestic gun violence. it can be an addicting, found (pdf) that two doctors on the suit do have standing The doctors who include James Sherley an adult stem cell researcher at the Boston Biomedical Research Institute had argued that by opening up federal funding for research on human embryonic stem cells (ESCs) the NIH guidelines made them less likely to win funding to study adult stem cells (ACSs) The court agreed: Because the Guidelines have intensified the competition for a share in a fixed amount of money the plaintiffs will have to invest more time and resources to craft a successful grant application That is an actual here-and-now injury The Doctors will suffer an additional injury whenever a project involving ESCs receives funding that but for the broadened eligibility in the Guidelines would have gone to fund a project of theirs They are more likely to lose funding to projects involving ESCs than are researchers who do not work with stem cells because ASCs and ESCs are substitutes in some uses The Doctors illustrated this point in a post-argument letter in which they report Dr Sherley recently submitted a grant for a project in which ASCs will be used to create a surrogate for a human liver and suggest his "chief competitor" will be a company that "engages in similar research using [ESCs]" Although no one can say exactly how likely the Doctors are to lose funding to projects involving ESCs having been put into competition with those projects the Doctors face a substantial enough probability to deem the injury to them imminent The decision "seems to challenge core principles of priority setting funds allocation and competition" at NIH says Anthony Mazzaschi of the Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington DC That is if NIH expands funding for any new research area or creates a new type of grant program a researcher could claim the agency is taking money away from his or her related area Mazzaschi suggests But he’s not sure if the court’s reasoning would have weight in cases involving projects other than stem cells The suit now goes back to the lower court which must reconsider its rejection of the plaintiffs’ request for a motion to block federal funding of ESC research The federal government seems ready to counter the appeals court’s reasoning In a response to Friday’s decision NIH spokesperson John Burklow said NIH doesn’t set aside fixed amounts of money for studying adult or embryonic stem cells but instead makes award decisions based on scientific merit and relevance to NIH’s priorities "As a result adult and [ESCs] projects are not in direct competition for funding" Burklow said in a statement Saint Petersburg: Mohamed Salah has been declared fit ahead of Egypt’s crunch game against Russia on Tuesday and coach Hector Cuper is optimistic his star striker will play But Russia boss Stanislav Cherchesov believes the World Cup hosts have figured out a way to rein Salah in when the two sides meet in Saint Petersburg Egypt’s Mohamed Salah AP Salah has scored 44 goals in a sensational first season for Liverpool and is keen to make his debut after missing the Pharaohs’ 1-0 opening game loss to Uruguay with a shoulder injury "Salah is fit" Cuper said on Monday "We always carry out a last physical test before naming the line-up "Today we will have a test for him to see how he is I hope he will be fit to play I’m sure he will be able to play He is a central piece in our team” Cherchesov however says Russia have a plan to thwart Salah even if he is available "The level he will be playing at only he and his coach knows but we have a mission and we will accomplish the mission" Cherchesov said "I trust in my team I believe in my players and I will give you a simple answer: we are ready to do this and we will do this" The bold promise highlights a new swagger that had been missing from the host nation’s team for much of the past year Russia’s convincing win over the Saudis was preceded by a seven-match winless streak and a spate of injuries that wiped out almost the entire defensive line But the men in red are now on the cusp of making their first knockout stage of a World Cup in post-Soviet history The achievement would be a huge relief for both players and Russians who worried about being humiliated on the world’s biggest sporting stage Standing in their way could be Salah but his availability has been a headache for Egypt ever since he injured his shoulder during a tussle with Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos during the Champions League final last month Ramos was accused of deliberately hurting Salah and it has been suggested opponents could target him again particularly if his shoulder is not fully healed "I saw only that Ramos was holding the cup" Cherchesov said "He did not do this on purpose this is a contact sport and as I understand it nobody injures people from other teams on purpose "Salah will get better and bring happiness to fans of Egypt Players like him only make tournaments better" Russia’s veteran goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev said he would rather focus on winning than any particular opposing player "Would I prefer to see Salah play or not I do not even know how to respond" said Akinfeev "I would prefer to see my team win" Meanwhile Russia’s early success has seen the number of Russians who say they will follow football rise from 52 percent to 64 percent according to one poll -AFP Click here for full coverage of FIFA World Cup 2018 Click here to view the full schedule of FIFA World Cup 2018 Click here to view the points table of FIFA World Cup 2018Then, and even depression and autism—all of which have been linked to a malfunctioning gut. jokes, Those are big numbers when you think of the numbers themselves. noted that disagreements may emerge during the deliberation process but that is how progress can be made.0’s accelerator program.

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