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How Wallabies fill Kerevi-sized hole holds key to success in Scotland

The Wallabies indicated they will need to change their game-plan on their tour of Britain in the absence of the influential Quade Cooper and Samu Kerevi, after so much of

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Few aortic dissection survivors receive long-term imaging surveillance

Kevin R. An, M.D., from the University of Toronto, and colleagues sought to define the real-world frequency of postoperative imaging and characterize long-term outcomes of ATAAD. Analysis included 888 patients

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How auction houses are chasing crypto millions

Little could James Christie have known some 240 years ago, as he sold masterpieces by Rembrandt and Rubens to Catherine the Great, that his auction house would one day offer

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Most Americans have heard about cryptocurrencies, but far fewer have ever invested in or used them

Pew Research Center in its latest survey found that 86 percent of Americans have at least heard a little about cryptocurrencies, while nearly a quarter (24 percent) say they have

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How Bedsit killer was caught – and chilling coincidence that led to his arrest

A hospital electrician who thought he had got away with two murders and the sexual assault of dozens of corpses for three decades was caught after a chilling coincidence. David

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