news & blues

February 2011
Syracuse New Times;2/16/2011, Issue 2080, p4
The article offers news brief in the U.S. It states that the British medical panel suspended doctor Christopher Burrows of Plymouth's Derriford Hospital after he repeatedly turned off patient's monitor alarms. It adds the research on finding how cats drink by four researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Sharon Blechinger donated 1,165 dollar to perform gender reassignment surgery to a Pomeranian puppy with two sex organs.


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