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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Washington D.C. Area Sports Update 12/31/2011

Bowie State University entered the game as the 15th ranked team in the country and came away with an 84-78 home win over Goldey-Beacom College...Hokies Have a History in the Sugar BowlPress Release Image Online Publishing and Marketing(BOWIE, Md. – December 30, 2011)  Bowie State University entered the game as the 15th ranked team in the country and came away with an 84-78 home win over Goldey-Beacom College after a 12-day layoff.  The victory improves Bowie State’s overall record to 8-1 while Goldey-Beacom drops to 5-5.  The win was Bowie State’s fifth in a row and keeps their home streak alive at 14 since the end of the 2009 season.  

“I thought they (Goldey-Beacom) was sharper than we were … I thought we didn’t defend like we’re capable of for most of the game, but we’re happy to get the victory”, said third year BSU head coach Darrell Brooks.  Playing for the first time in 12 days, Brooks said, “With these long gaps between games, we don’t have a game rhythm yet but I’m sure we’ll get that by mid-January.”

Bowie State started slow but took its first lead at 9-7 at the 14:55 mark of the first period on a 3-pointer by senior Darren Clark.  Back-to-back layups by Goldey-Beacom’s Tariq Uqdah and Ido Yehudo shifted the advantage back over to the Lightning.  Bowie State junior Byron Westmorland answered with a layup of his own to tie the game at 11-11 and a short jumper by junior Najee White put the Bulldogs back in front.

The lead would change hands three more times of the next 12 plus minutes before an Uqdah jumper sent Goldey-Beacom into halftime with a 38-36 lead.

Goldey-Beacom hit 13-of-25 field goals (52 percent) over the first 20 minutes, which included 4-of-8 beyond the 3-point line.  The Lightning also made 8 of their 11 first half free throws.

Bowie State ended the first half with a 48 percent field goal percentage (13-of-27), which included 6-of15 triples.

The Lightning took their largest lead of the night at 42-36 until a Westmorland 3-pointer trimmed the BSU deficit to 44-43 by the 16:45 mark of the second half.  Goldey-Beacom held off Bowie State until a thunderous dunk by Bulldogs senior Travis Hyman tied the game for the ninth time.

A twisting jumper in the paint by junior Bryan Wilson gave the advantage back to Bowie State for good at 66-64 with 6:39 left to play.  The Bulldogs went on an 11-3 run over the next four minutes to take its largest lead of the contest at 77-67, with just over two minutes left to play.

Bowie State improved their shooting percentage in the second half, hitting 16-of-27 field goals (62 percent), including 4-of-5 behind the 3-point line.  The Bulldogs won the battle of the boards, outrebounding the Lightning 36-28 and forced the guests into 19 turnovers.
Clark led the Bulldogs with 22 points and fellow senior Jay Gavin and junior Byron Westmorland added 16 points each for Bowie State.  Hyman rounded out Bowie State’s double figure scorers with 11 points to go along with a game-high four blocked shots and seven rebounds.

            As a team, Bowie State shot a season-low 55 percent from the free throw line (16-of-29), compared to 64 percent for Goldey-Beacom (18-of-28). 

A.J. Picard paced the Lightning with team-highs of 21 points nine rebounds and Rich Flemming chipped in 18.  Uqdah contributed 14 points and was second on the team in rebounds with five.

                Bowie State opens (CIAA) conference play – Thursday, January 5th, hosting the Broncos of Fayetteville State University at 7:30 pm as part of a doubleheader with the Lady Bulldogs.
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Hokies Have a History in the Sugar Bowl
by Chris Coleman,, TSLMail #517, December 30, 2011

The Hokies will make their fourth trip to New Orleans since 1995 when they take on the Michigan Wolverines in the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday night. Tech fans certainly have some bittersweet memories of past Sugar Bowls. There have been some great moments in the Superdome for Virginia Tech, as well as some oh-so-close moments.
1995 vs. Texas
Virginia Tech was a heavy underdog back in 1995 against the Texas Longhorns. The Hokies won the Big East, but they weren't respected on a national level. Texas was 10-1-1 and champions of the Southwestern Conference (SWC), in its last season of existence. Texas featured the vaunted "BMW" backfield of quarterback James Brown, tailback Shon Mitchell and fullback (and future Heisman Trophy winner) Ricky Williams.
Despite falling behind 10-0, a punt return for a touchdown before halftime by Bryan Still gave the Hokies new life, and Tech went on to outscore Texas 21-0 in the final two quarters. The "BMW" backfield was held to just 78 rushing yards and averaged only 2.4 yards per carry, mostly because James Brown was sacked five times.
Still was the MVP of the game, catching six passes for 119 yards and a touchdown to go along with his punt return. That game propelled him into the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft.
That game was, and remains to this day, the biggest bowl win in the history of the program. It's arguably the biggest overall win as well, only rivaled by the 1995 victory over the Miami Hurricanes, which propelled the Hokies to the Sugar Bowl. It was a great ending to the season, which had not looked promising after an 0-2 start.
Other game notes:
  • Tech outgained Texas 371 to 226
  • The Hokies gained only 105 yards on the ground, but threw for 266
  • Tight end Bryan Jennings caught six passes for 77 yards

1999 vs. Florida State

Many of you left the Superdome on New Year's Eve in 1995 thinking that things would never get any better. If you did, you were wrong. Just four years later, Virginia Tech ran the table behind freshman phenom Michael Vick and faced #1 Florida State in the Sugar Bowl for the National Championship.
The game couldn't have started any worse for Virginia Tech. Vick turned the wrong way on an option at the FSU one yard line, and fumbled the ball away. The Noles went on to take a 28-7 lead, though the Hokies managed to make it a 28-14 game at halftime.
Online Publishing and MarketingThough they were down, Virginia Tech was not out. The Hokies dominated the third quarter, taking a 29-28 lead into the final stanza. However, starting cornerbacks Anthony Midget and Ike Charlton missed the fourth quarter with injuries, and r-freshman Ronyell Whitaker and r-sophomore Larry Austin stood no chance against All-American wide receiver Peter Warrick and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Chris Weinke. Tech lost 46-29.
Other game notes:
  • Tech outgained FSU 503 to 359
  • Tech sacked Chris Weinke four times
  • Shyrone Stith got hurt in the second quarter and never returned. He had 11 carries for 69 yards
  • Florida State returned a punt for a TD and blocked a punt for a TD

2004 vs. Auburn

2004 was a special season, as the Hokies won the ACC in their first season in the league. Their reward was another Sugar Bowl trip and a meeting with undefeated Auburn, the #3 team in the country. They were left out of the National Championship Game because USC and Texas were also undefeated.
That was a very talented Auburn team that featured three first round draft picks on offense: quarterback Jason Campbell and tailbacks Ronnie Brown and Cadillac Williams. On defense, cornerback Carlos Rogers was a first round pick. That team also featured Jay Ratliff at defensive tackle, who has been a Pro Bowler for the Cowboys for the last four seasons.
The Hokies performed very well defensively, limiting Auburn to just 299 yards of total offense. The Tigers' outstanding backfield was held to only 110 rushing yards and 2.6 yards per carry. Unfortunately, the Tech offense dropped a touchdown pass and the Hokies missed a 23 yard field goal. That resulted in a 16-13 loss.
The Hokies played very well against Auburn, but in the end they shot themselves in the foot with missed opportunities.
Other game notes:
  • Tech outgained Auburn 375 to 299
  • Bryan Randall threw for 299 yards and also led the team with 45 rushing yards
  • Tech had 10 tackles for loss as a team
  • Jimmy Williams had 3.5 tackles for loss and an interception
2011 vs. Michigan
Texas, Florida State, Auburn, and now Michigan. Every time the Hokies get a Sugar Bowl invite, they are matched up with a high-profile team. As a fan, it's fun. Virginia Tech has a great opportunity to knock off one of the most tradition-rich programs in the history of college football. It will be a major challenge, but if the Hokies succeed it will be remembered as one of the best wins in school history.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

The snack that zaps cholesterol, prevents enlarged prostate, and more

From Lee Euler, Publisher Cancer Defeated

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Respected Doctor Claims…

"$2.50 Ballpark Snack Could be
Health Miracle in Disguise."

Doctor believes clinical research shows common ballpark snack could plummet your cholesterol readings, prevent an enlarged prostate, even balance your blood sugar… and that's just in the first 30 days!

Dear Friend,

As a board-certified medical doctor, Victor Marchione, M.D. can offer his patients the latest drugs and surgical techniques.

But some of the most promising medical breakthroughs he's prescribing today are FOODS. He calls them "functional foods."

That's because you can use them in targeted ways to heal specific health problems.

Medical researchers have discovered literally thousands of healing nutrients in foods. Clinical research studies at leading universities have documented the healing results. And Dr. Marchione has seen it for himself in his daily work with patients.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

This fruit is a super antioxidant

From Lee Euler, Publisher Cancer Defeated

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Supercharge Your Antioxidant Levels
With this Asian Fruit

One of the best ways to fight disease and prevent cancer is by keeping your immune system strong, as regular visitors to already know. There are many ways to do that, but one of the most important is to optimize your body's antioxidant defenses. And superoxide dismutase (SOD) is one of the most powerful natural antioxidants your body produces on its own.

So it's great news to discover a new, dependable berry that naturally boosts SOD levels and activity in the body. It's called wolfberry. You may also know it as goji. When combined with SOD it makes one of the best health-enhancing, disease-fighting teams I've ever come across. Here's the story. . .

Continued below. . .

Drink This and Cancer
Comes Pouring Out of Your Body

"If I could pick only one treatment to cure my cancer, this would be it," says a top expert on alternative cancer treatments.

Research conducted by a scientist at the Detroit Institute of Cancer Research showed this is one of the world's most powerful cancer cures. Even the mainstream National Cancer Institute confirmed that this do-it-yourself treatment kills cancer cells. Then they buried the research.

Personally, I've been writing about cancer treatments for almost seven years. Out of nearly 400 that I've investigated, I haven't found an at-home treatment that's better.

In fact, it's likely that NO treatment is better, even the ones provided by top alternative cancer doctors. Yet you can purchase this remarkable breakthrough over-the-counter, without a prescription.

It worked for Robert, age 54, who had late stage stomach cancer. His doctors told him he didn't have chance. The most they could do was buy him a little time, using four aggressive chemotherapy drugs PLUS radiation — a deadly, toxic, last-ditch treatment.

INSTEAD Robert used this non-toxic liquid and was completely cancer-free within months. The amazed doctor was forced to admit Robert's cancer was "in remission." Two years later, he was still cancer-free.

Superoxide radicals versus SOD

In a moment I'll explain why wolfberry is so valuable to your body. But first you need to know why the SOD made by your own body is so important to your health. You can get an in-depth report in Issue 92, but this is the quick tour:

Superoxide is a dangerous radical that wreaks havoc in your cells. A toxic byproduct of oxygen, it causes cellular and tissue damage. Superoxide may even be the instigator in a number of diseases, from cancer to heart disease to neurological issues.

Normally, superoxide is kept in check by SOD. SOD works at the molecular level to protect cells and deactivate the superoxide radical. It works to break down free radicals to the point where they're eventually converted into water and oxygen. It essentially shields the body from superoxide radicals.

If that's not enough reason to want more SOD in your body, there are other reasons. Scientists now have evidence that SOD deficiencies may be the reason certain people are more likely to get breast and pancreatic cancers. Low SOD levels may also be a major factor in cardiovascular disease. As a health indicator it may be more important than high cholesterol.
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It boils down to this: Every one of us should make it our goal to improve our SOD levels. After all, not only is SOD linked to protection against chronic illness like cancer, but also to improvement in conditions like arthritis, diabetes, and neurological disorders. SOD may even enhance youthfulness and longevity (makes sense if you consider that aging is believed to be driven by free-radical damage).

How to get more SOD in your body

The problem with your SOD levels is that they decline dramatically with age. At the same time, aging usually brings about unwanted health issues as a result of free radical damage.

Elevated SOD levels in the body have been shown to help protect against damage to skin, lipids (fats), and even DNA. High SOD levels also help relieve ailments like pain and inflammation, along with protecting against the diseases I already mentioned — diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disorders, and neurodegenerative problems.

The problem to date has been in creating a reliable SOD supplement from food sources. Taking oral formulations of SOD is tricky because the compound has a fragile molecular structure and can't hold up to stomach acids. SOD gets dismantled when it gets to your stomach. This presents a challenge because SOD needs to reach your colon to be properly absorbed into your bloodstream.

That's where oral formulations like GliSODin® come in. Issue 127 carried an in-depth report about GliSODin®. It's a nutritional supplement made of cantaloupe extract and gliadin. The cantaloupe has high levels of SOD, and the gliadin is a wheat protein that acts as a carrier for the SOD, shielding it from stomach acids and digestive enzymes so it can travel intact to the absorptive colon.

Why wolfberry works well with SOD

The new research I'm excited about shows that the Chinese herb wolfberry can enhance SOD activity throughout your body. Not only that, but it appears to restore SOD levels to those you had when you were younger.

Wolfberry is an edible fruit, rich in potent antioxidants and native to southeastern Europe and Asia. The tiny fruit is packed with nutrients like beta-carotene, lycopene, vitamins C, B1, B2, niacin, lutein, and zeaxanthin. It also contains over 30 essential and trace minerals, including iron, calcium, selenium, phosphorus, and zinc. On top of that, the wolfberry boasts 18 different amino acids, such as tryptophan and arginine.

It's also claimed that wolfberry has a number of therapeutic benefits, including improvement in visual health, protection against diabetes, enhanced eyesight, improved sexual function for males, and a longer, healthier life span.

The antioxidant ability of this herb probably comes from its unique combination of carotenoids, vitamin C, and phenolics. But along with that, scientists suspect the antioxidant effects of the berry trace back to its synergy with SOD. By accelerating the biochemical reactions that allow SOD to tackle oxidative stress in the body, wolfberry gives SOD an improved playing field, so to speak. In turn, by neutralizing superoxide radicals, SOD curbs inflammation and degenerative disease.

In one experiment, researchers examined the effect of wolfberry on oxygen-deprived participants. Those who received wolfberry showed higher levels of SOD activity and antioxidant capacity than those who didn't get any wolfberry. While this demonstrates a positive association between wolfberry and protection against ischemia (lack of oxygen), it also emphasizes the synergistic relationship between wolfberry and SOD.

This one looks like it's worth a try

It looks like your best bet is to combine orally available SOD with wolfberry. Do this, and you'll give your body one of the best known, natural boosts in overall health and disease-resistance.

But like a lot of herbal remedies, don't expect a miracle overnight. Good health is a matter of steady effort and wise decisions. That said, some report a boost in energy and a decrease in medical problems after taking wolfberry and oral-SOD together for as little as a week.
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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Shocking Confessions of a Drug Company Insider

Shocking Confessions of a Drug Company Insider

Date Released: 12/29/2011
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Shocking Confessions of a
Drug Company Insider

The plot of this story seems to be ripped from the headlines ... or maybe a  movie about a big conspiracy or a cover-up of foul play ... just like the Oscar award-winning "The Insider."

  But the story is 100% true.

Doctor's Confession     In 2003, a top executive of the pharmaceutical giant Glaxo-SmithKline -- worldwide Vice President of genetics -- confessed that "The vast majority of drugs -- more than 90% -- only work in 30 to 50% of the people."

     What that means is ... most prescription drugs DON'T work on most people who take them!

     Dr. Allen Roses is the pharmaceutical industry insider who made this shocking confession.  Although it's been an open secret within the pharmaceutical industry that most of the drugs it produces are ineffective in most patients, this is the first time that a high-ranking pharmaceutical executive has gone public.

     Some industry analysts said that the confession of Dr. Roses is reminiscent of the famous words uttered by Gerald Ratner, a British retail magnate in 1991, who said that
his high-street shops are successful because they sell "total crap."

     But it's one thing for a company to sell worthless products ... and it's another thing altogether to sell worthless products that kill instead of heal.

FACT:  In the U.S., the odds of being killed by conventional medicine are almost 20 times (2,000%) greater than being killed in an automobile accident and almost 30 times (3,000%) greater than being killed by a gun.

     It's no wonder that the majority of doctors are frustrated.  They entered the medical profession wanting to cure people --- but the only tools that medical school training provides them for treating patients are ... drugs and surgery.

     Doctors have been thrust headlong into a marketing culture that relies on selling as many drugs as possible to the widest number of patients.  It's a culture that has made Big Pharma the most profitable industry in the world -- even though most of its drugs are useless, at best -- and even possibly harmful or deadly for many patients.

     Dr. Roses, an academic geneticist from Duke University in North Carolina, further states:  "Drugs for Alzheimer's disease work in fewer than one in three patients, whereas those for cancer are only effective in a quarter of patients.  Drugs for migraines, for osteoporosis, and arthritis work in about half the patients."

     The growing sentiment among doctors is that they want to offer their patients more treatment choices for curing disease than the medical system offers.  One member of that growing number of doctors is Dr. Paul Beals.

Dr. Paul Beals"I want to do more for my patients than what's offered by the pharmaceutical industry because I realized earlier on that modern medicine has become, unfortunately, more of a big business than a healing science." -- Paul Beals, M.D., C.C.N. Georgetown University School of Medicine (Course Instructor 1996-2004: Introduction to Complimentary and Alternative Medicine)
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When Doctors Don't Know the Cure, This is What
They Turn To

     Some time ago, Dr. Beals focused his medical practice on holistic nutrition and complementary medicine.  He set up a holistic program for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, stroke, liver disease, and other diseases.  His challenge, however, was finding the resources for treating diseases ... because conventional medicine offered only drugs and surgery.

     He stumbled upon a book of medical breakthroughs and "forbidden treatments" that contained all the cures he was looking for.  Interestingly enough, the book was written for the layperson -- the general public -- not medical professionals.  And yet he was impressed to discover that every alternative treatment and healing breakthrough presented in the book was thoroughly researched, meticulously fact-checked and verified for its effectiveness.  And it also came with footnotes from peer-reviewed, published medical research and scientific studies.  He now regards the book as "... the 'gold standard' ... the 'bible' for alternative medicine" and believes "It should be in everybody's home and in every doctor's office."

     Dr. Beals is not alone in his high regard of the book.  Countless enlightened doctors from around the world are avid fans of the book -- and use the treatments presented in the book when they themselves or their family members are stricken with diseases or health problems.

Dr. Russell Simmons     Dr. Richard Simmons thinks that everyone needs this book of medical breakthroughs and "forbidden treatments" in order to take control of their own health.  Dr. Simmons is a medical doctor who sits on the faculty at Ohio State University, where he's an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology.  He's also the former Chairman of the Alternative Medicine Committee of the Columbus Medical Association

     Dr. Simmons's wife developed cancer 6 years ago, and underwent surgery which put the cancer in remission temporarily.  A year ago, her cancer came back -- and instead of turning to conventional cancer therapy, he and his wife turned to the discoveries presented in the book to help prevent further surgery and further progression of the disease.

     A doctor friend of Dr. Simmons, whose practice is based in Hawaii, started developing cataracts.  A chapter of the book revealed a discovery about some little-known eye drops ... and he began administering the eye drops on himself and noticed significant improvement in vision.  He continues to take the drops to this day.

The book of medical breakthroughs and "forbidden treatments" contains dozens of cures for the most prevalent diseases that plague mankind, such as ...

==>  A $200 "Cure" for AIDS / HIV - A patented low-voltage device that stops the AIDS virus dead in its tracks.  This inexpensive "in-home" device costs only $200, and is safe for home use.  
==>  A Nobel Prize Nominee Cures Cancer With 2 Common Household Items -  A simple protocol for cancer treatment and prevention based on the use of small amounts of 2 inexpensive food substances combined together in specific proportions.  Numerous independent clinical studies prove that  these 2 food items provide a powerful and effective means of treating even the most advanced cancers.  This method was shown to have a 90% success rate in saving terminal cancer patients from certain death.   

==>   An Infra-Red Helmet That Has a 90% Success Rate in Halting the Progression of Alzheimer's Disease  - There's a space-age helmet that uses new "light beam" technology to reverse Alzheimer's in as little as 30 days when used 10 minutes a day
==>   An Extremely Potent Anti-Inflammatory Breakthrough Does Wonders for Arthritis Sufferers -- Over 3 decades of painstaking research has led to the development of an anti-inflammation remedy that reduces swollen joints by 79%!  The anti-arthritic marine lipids derived from a New Zealand mollusk have been tested extensively at the University of Queensland in Australia -- and the results are quite dramatic! 
==>  An Herb That Virtually Eradicates Heart Disease  -  There's an herb that has been used overseas to treat over 15,000 cardiac patients over a 20-year period -- and there has been no recurrence of their disease.

Dr. Roth AndersenDr. Ross Andersen, a doctor of naturopathic medicine (N.D.) and chiropractic physician (D.C.), was constantly looking for ways to identify the root cause(s) -- of his patients' problems.  He devoted many years of study looking for answers to the diverse health problems of his patients.  He found the answers he was looking for in the same book of medical breakthroughs and "forbidden treatments" that has been praised by laypeople and doctors alike. 

     "This book goes far beyond anything that I've ever used," said Dr. Andersen.  It's absolutely one of a kind ... It's so complete, so precise, so easy to use."  He particularly appreciates how simple it is for anyone to look up a disease in the index, then flip to the page(s) of the book that features the disease -- and find
treatments, procedures, healing modalities, and supplements that are not only effective, but also inexpensive, non-invasive, and free of side effects.
      "This book is something that every alternative physician ... and ultimately every regular physician, and every patient is going to want in their home or office so that they can get the most benefit and the answers that are necessary to get their health condition handled."

     Books offering miracle cures for practically every disease are available everywhere.  But oftentimes, they present content that is erroneous, inaccurate, poorly researched -- and unsubstantiated by science.  It's no wonder that doctors and scientists ridicule such "cures" as nothing more than folklore or kitchen table wisdom.  Click here for more information about real cures for virtually every disease, and read the special report titled "How to Tell if a So-Called "Miracle Cure" is Scientifically Proven -- or Utter Falsehood."Online Publishing and Marketing

Monday, December 26, 2011

After 6 years, doctor finds. . .

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After 6 Years, Doctor Finds...

Dr. Suzanne Gudakunst has just released what some authorities are calling the world's most "Top Secret" fat loss secret.
In the past six years she has worked largely in secret, developing what may be the "cure" for obesity. She tested it first on herself, and then on a select group of volunteers who anxiously awaited salvation from "the battle of bulge."
Joined by some of the biggest names in modern medicine... from the likes of Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and other world-recognized hospitals and higher-learning institutions... Dr. Suzanne moves rapidly forward in her personal "war" on unhealthy fat and for the pursuit of better and eventually optimal health for all.

She has just released the results of her research in a simple and easy-to-follow system.
And her timing couldn't be better...
Recent studies reveal that obesity has now reached epidemic proportions. Dr. Suzanne's secret may prove to be a major life-saver to the 40+ percent of Americans who are labeled "obese."
Children are now considered "fatter than ever" by most experts. But Dr. Suzanne's remedy may help prevent later-in-life health issues - like diabetes - when these same children grow into adults.
With this weight and fat-loss revelation, people who previously struggled in the fight against "extra pounds" now have a POWERFUL WEAPON on their side for a well-deserved change.

Listen, you should know that nothing about Dr. Suzanne's secret fat loss cure is difficult or hard to do.
She says that anyone can use her secret to lose weight almost effortlessly! (You'll have to see it for yourself to understand how this is actually possible...)
So if you are someone who has been losing the fight against unwelcome fat that will lower the quality of your life and eventually shorten it... then you owe it to yourself to learn more about Dr. Suzanne's secret.

If you act quickly, Dr. Suzanne will knock off nearly HALF the price of her "Top Secret" Fat Loss Secret.

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Wishing you health and well-being,

Lee Euler,
Publisher, Cancer Defeated

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas To All! (From Cancer Defeated)

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Merry Christmas — and Thank You!

I feel that on this day we should pause for a moment from figuring out ways to beat cancer, and just enjoy the blessings of the season. I hope the blessings are abundant for you and those you love, whatever faith you practice or holy days you celebrate.
This is also a good time to thank you for reading our publications and supporting our work. Our mission is to relieve people's suffering. It's as simple as that — simple to say, but not simple to do. It's certainly not free.

Your dollars make it possible for us to research and write the books and articles we publish, get them printed, travel to Europe, Mexico or elsewhere as needed to interview doctors and get more information — to do all the things we need to do to bring the best cancer treatments to you. It takes around four months of full-time work for a highly qualified writer to create one of our Special Reports. The full-length books, of course, take much longer.

We have three highly qualified technical people on our staff just to solve the myriad problems of publishing and distributing on the Internet. You would be amazed (I am, every day) at how complicated it is.

By my count, about ten people earn their primary living from Cancer Defeated Publications and about ten more earn a large chunk of their living from it. Many have children to support and mortgages to pay. We're mindful every day of what a blessing you are in our lives.

Let me introduce you to our staff. . .

Sherry Finn is my partner and a valued advisor to everyone in this venture. Her innate kindness, modesty and truthfulness inspire the whole staff to a higher standard. Sherry lives in the South Bay area of Los Angeles.

Joe Ackerson works with me in our Virginia headquarters. He's my personal assistant, the company's bookkeeper, the fulfillment manager who makes sure you get your books or reports if you order a printed copy. . .and more.

Joe's lovely wife Mia helps us pack a book now and then as needed (and also cooks me treats!)

Cami Lemr, near Atlanta, has been with Cancer Defeated from the beginning — six years. She started out packing and shipping books and reports for us. Now she answers all our customer service emails and also proofreads for us, so that our material doesn't arrive in your inbox full of misspellings and other bloopers. Cami is Joe's sister.

Jenessa Hansford, packs and ships books for us, as do the happily married Ken and Joanie Kurpik. All three live in Virginia.

Milli Hare, in Virginia, fields phone calls from customers (but we prefer that you email if you have a problem!)

Shelley Couillard, in Florida, plunges into the scary jungle of our computer system every day and creates the labels we use to ship books and reports to customers.

Our technology experts

Michelle Mato is our Information Technology Advisor and the person we count on to keep us up and running on the Internet. Michelle has been with us from the beginning and has been one of the key people who helped build the organization. She lives in the South Bay area of Los Angeles.

Steve MacLellan, in Nova Scotia, Canada, is our Webmaster. That means he's our nuts and bolts expert on computer programming, websites and order-taking processes. Steve designs our newsletters and makes sure they go out on time.

David Dittman lives in Alabama and is the newest member of our technical team. David brings our group a very broad and deep knowledge of computer programming and web publishing. He's worked with some of the top people in the business.

Turning now to our talented writing staff. . .

Three freelance writers help me get out the two newsletters we publish every week: Mindy McHorse in New Mexico, Carol Parks in Michigan, and Roz Roscoe in Georgia. The newsletter wouldn't exist without them. Even with the four of us, it's almost too much work to keep up with!

Susan Clark, a freelance writer in Orange County, California, wrote two of our special reports plus a great deal of our advertising. She also gives us all kinds of good advice on what's most likely to interest our readers. Susan's husband Kevin shoots the videos you receive from us every now and then.

Andrew Scholberg is a freelance writer who lives in Chicago. If you've ever purchased a special report from us, chances are pretty good it was written by Andy! Andy has been with Cancer Defeated Publications from the beginning and I'm not sure we would have succeeded without him. He's our expert on alternative cancer clinics, having visited and written about those in the United States, Mexico, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

And marketing experts, without whom
you'd never hear of our publications. . .

Shane Holley is an expert Internet marketer who's helping us develop a new, pioneering way of reaching people with information about alternative cancer treatments. Shane lives in Alabama.

Tony Cornish is another charter member of Cancer Defeated. His wise counsel helped get us started when we knew almost nothing about Internet publishing. He's an expert on getting readers to open their minds and hearts to new information -- instead of hitting "delete." Tony lives in the Washington, DC area.

Josh Doherty joined us last summer to help us find our way in a specialized area of marketing. We're hoping Josh's efforts will spread the word about alternative cancer treatment to thousands of people we can't reach now. Josh lives in upstate New York.

Anne Caballero helps us out with a wide range of tasks including proof-reading, fact-checking, and creating marketing reports. Anne lives in the South Bay area of Los Angeles.

To all of these hard-working people, many thanks — and have a blessed and joyous Christmas! You deserve it. I don't know how many people's lives have been saved by Cancer Defeated. But I suspect it's quite a few.

Kindest regards,

Lee Euler,
Editor & Publisher

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Friday, December 23, 2011

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December 23, 2011 Bowie, MD – The Mid Atlantic Football Foundation (MAFF) is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Chesapeake Bowl, December 30th, 2011 at 7:30 pm, at South River High School in Edgewater, Maryland. The Chesapeake Bowl features some of the best talent from the District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia against talent from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. MAFF also announced that a statewide youth game for 8th Graders will kick-off at 5:00 pm preceding the Chesapeake Bowl.
Tickets are available on a pre-sale basis via the web at:
“We are excited to announce that many of our players have received local, statewide, regional and national honors,” said Sean O’Connor, MAFF’s Director of Business Operations, “but that speaks to the hard work and dedication exhibited by the coaches and the players both on and off the field.”

Scheduled to appear in the Chesapeake Bowl are Eddie Goldman, Cyrus Jones, Ronald Darby and Wes Brown. Stefon Diggs (Good Counsel, Olney MD) was invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (January 7, 2012 (at) 1:00 pm ET on NBC.) Eddie Goldman (Friendship Collegiate, Washington DC) was invited to participate in the Under Armour All-American Game (January 5, 2012 (at) 7:30 pm ET on ESPN) along with Cyrus Jones (Gilman School, Baltimore MD,) Wes Brown (Good Counsel, Olney MD) and Ronald Darby (Potomac High School Potomac, MD.)
"These young men represent a great deal of talent, and The Chesapeake Bowl features not only these four but also Washington DC's Gatorade Player of the Year in Albert Reid (Friendship Collegiate, Washington DC) in addition to Maryland's Gatorade Player of the Year in Cyrus Jones (Gilman School)," said O'Connor.
The Mid Atlantic Football Foundation, Inc is a non-profit (501c3) foundation created in January 2011 to provide the youth of our community the opportunity to participate and compete in football related events. Please visit our website at:
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Statistically, Hokies One of the ACC's Better Teams

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Statistically, Hokies One of the ACC's Better Teams
by Chris Coleman,, December 23, 2011

Virginia Tech is done with 13 of their 15 non-conference basketball games, and they have a 10-3 record. They are one of just four ACC teams with 10 wins right now, and the combined record of the three teams the Hokies lost to is 33-2.

The Hokies are playing solid basketball in plenty of ways, and are probably a little better overall than most people expected them to be. A quick run through the ACC stats page, as well as the RPI and SOS numbers on, show where Tech stacks up to the rest of the league. Keep in mind that the ranking average takes into account how each team ranks in the league in 10 statistical categories, such as scoring offense, field goal percentage, assists to turnover ratio, etc.

The ACC by Rank
Team Rankings Avg. SOS RPI
UNC 3.5 68 20
UVA 3.6 171 39
VT 4.4 80 54
Duke 6 28 1
NC State 6.1 37 65
FSU 6.7 31 45
Miami 6.9 38 49
GT 7 157 143
Wake 7.1 125 91
Clemson 7.1 268 228
BC 9.3 192 257
Maryland 10.3 91 96

Virginia Tech is third in the ACC in average ranking against the sixth toughest schedule any ACC team has played. Tech is first in the ACC in three point percentage defense, second in free throw shooting, while their lowest ranks are rebounding margin (7th) and turnover margin (7th).

Do the Hokies need to continue to get better? Of course. They need to get better on the boards, they need to stop the ball from getting into the paint so much, and they'll have to keep shooting the ball well. However, they'll have plenty of opportunities for wins, because right now the numbers indicate that Virginia Tech is one of the top six teams in the ACC, as usual, and perhaps even better than that.
I think the Hokies have three big things going for them right now:
1) Depth. The Hokies use a nine-man playing rotation, and everyone they put on the court is a solid contributor. There are no empty uniforms.
2) Shooting. This Virginia Tech team, through 13 games, has flashed the ability to knock down the open jumper.

3) Passing. Overall, this is probably the best passing team at Virginia Tech in the Seth Greenberg era. And it's not just backup point guard Marquis Rankin. Jarell Eddie, Robert Brown, Cadarian Raines, C.J. Barksdale, Dorian Finney-Smith and Erick Green have really stood out to me in that area as well. That's just about everybody on the team.
In short, this is a good looking basketball team. The 2011 recruiting class, which was arguably the best in school history, actually looks slightly better than expected so far (knock on wood). They can shoot, they can pass, and they are playing well together.
As they get into conference play, they'll have to beat some top 50 teams. We've already been over that. However, they are just as likely be harmed in their conference schedule as they are to be helped by it. If you scroll back up and look at the table, you'll notice that two ACC teams (Clemson and Boston College) are ranked outside college basketball red line: #200 in the RPI. Clemson is #228, while BC is #257. If you rank outside the top 200 at this point in the season, then you are a bad, bad basketball team.
Unfortunately for the Hokies, they have to face Clemson and Boston College a grand total of four times this season. That's four times Tech's strength of schedule will get drug down by a lowly ranked team. If Tech manages to be upset by either team, then it will be even worse. Fortunately the Hokies only play Georgia Tech (#143) once.
Come March, it looks like we might find ourselves in a familiar situation.


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(BOWIE, Md.) Seventeen current and former student-athletes and cheerleaders were among Bowie State University graduates who received degrees in the 2011 Fall Commencement – Friday, December 16th in BSU’s A. C. Jordan Arena.

“I would like to personally congratulate all of our graduating student-athletes that participated in the December 2011 ceremony. We celebrate many victories in the athletic department, but none more important than when we see our student-athletes walk across the stage. I know that our coaches and staff are just as proud of them as I am. The work that goes into being a student-athlete can never be underestimated. We wish all of our graduates the best as they transition into the next phase of their life”, said Athletic Director Anton Goff.

We thank you for your contribution to BSU Athletic Department and your respective sport. Congratulations and best wishes to you as you begin your next journey.

Current Student-Athletes

Tariq Jones – B.S. Social Work – Football

Former Student-Athletes

Duncan Aldous – M.A. Master of Public Administration – Football

Jennifer Geter – M.A. Master of Public Administration – Women’s Track

Adeshola Ashira – B.S. Biology – Women’s Bowling

Kirkland Beale – B.S. Biology – Men’s Track

Arthur Bowers – B.S. Communications – Men’s Basketball

Dominique Carroll – B.S. Elementary Education – Women’s Bowling

Chelyce Fields – B.S. Sociology – Women’s Tennis

Breaun Garner – B.S. Sports Management – Women’s Volleyball and Softball

Carmen Herbert – B.S. Business Administration - Softball

Joel Lavela – B.S. Mathematics – Men’s Track

Kyara Lombre – B.S. Communications – Women’s Tennis

David Matthews – B.A. Fine Arts – Men’s Track

Melissa Pate – B.S. Sociology – Cheerleading

Franklin Robinson – B.S. Sociology – Men’s Track

Christina Rowles – B.S. Sports Management – Women’s Track

Lakisha Walker – B.S. Communications – Women’s Basketball
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