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As Angelina Jolie made the difficult decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed in March, her mother's own eight-year battle with cancer was never far from her mind. "We had some of the nurses,
An epic American road trip—to see “The Cloud” in all its strange manifestations—begins in an old lab at UCLA. Starting a cross-country drive to New York in Los Angeles is pretty inconvenient, unless your
It's going to take more than 10 percent of your brain to read this story In the Hollywood action-film Lucy, actor Morgan Freeman—playing a world-renowned neurologist— speaks to a packed auditorium. “It’s