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Fantastic Opportunity to Own This Website & Associated Twitter/Facebook Accounts

Ever wanted to run your own website? We are offering this website “For Sale” it is a fantastic opportunity with great revenue. We simply don’t have enough man hours in our working week to continue to operate this site as well our our other extremely successful sites. The successful buyer ...

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Scientists Reveal Source of Human Heartbeat in 3D

A pioneering new study is set to help surgeons repair hearts without damaging precious tissue. A team of scientists from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), The University of Manchester, Aarhus University and Newcastle University, have developed a way of producing 3D data to show the cardiac conduction system – the ...

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World Championship Boxing: Parker Vs Fury

PARKER v FURY WBO WORLD TITLE SHOWDOWN CONFIRMED FOR 23 SEPTEMBER AT MANCHESTER ARENA Tickets are on sale Tuesday 11 July 12.30pm.  London ( 30th June, 2017) Hennessy Sports and Duco Promotions are delighted to announce that the highly anticipated showdown between British and Irish heavyweight star Hughie Fury and the ...

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United’s Top 10 Home Premier League Goals

After we painfully whittled down a total of 1,000 Premier League goals at Old Trafford to a highly-refined video shortlist, we asked you to vote on ManUtd.com for the very best of the bunch. Below – and in the media player above – you can see how our 10 nominees fared in ...

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Manchester swimmers set to cross the Yangtze River

Two young Manchester marathon swimmers are gearing up for the experience of a lifetime, as they prepare to swim across the mighty Yangtze River in China later this month. Ashley Hogg and Alana Hedges, from the City of Manchester Swim Team, will be competing in the International Yangtze River Swimming ...

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Advanced radiotherapy improves lung cancer survival rates

A 10-year University of Manchester and Christie NHS Foundation Trust study which used advanced radiotherapy techniques in patients with limited-stage small cell lung cancer (SCLC) has achieved the best survival rates and lowest toxicity ever reported. The radiotherapy regimes, given either once-daily or twice-daily together with chemotherapy, tripled 5-year survival ...

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