By Ann Reynolds
Physicians past the age of 60 remember cervical cancer as the leading cause of death from cancer in women in the United States. Happily, the annual Pap test for women has caused a huge decline in the number of deaths from cervical cancer, based on early detection and treatment of precancerous lesions.
By Gene Budig and Alan Heaps
All of us are getting older, but those of us at the bottom of the actuarial tables face particular challenges. Most of us lead full lives, but we worry about our increasing ailments.We also worry that small aches are preludes to something more serious.
Our individual problems are hardly unique. Over several decades, the nation's population has aged.
The most vocal and visible public response to the Steven Salaita case has created an extremely uncomfortable environment on this campus and in this community for those of us who support the chancellor and the board of trustees' efforts to maintain an inclusive, thoughtful and civil — though not necessarily monolithic — academic environment at the University of Illinois.
We are writing to respond to the recent opinion piece by Nicholas Burbules and Joyce Tolliver ("Salaita Case Calls for Honest Debate"). We agree with these colleagues that the case calls for dialogue, but note that this very possibility was foreclosed when the chancellor rescinded Dr.
We cannot let investment in our strong transportation infrastructure go the way of state pensions, putting it off until tomorrow — until it's too late.
Our transportation system is the jewel in the state's somewhat tarnished crown.
By Greg Cozad
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