NEW YORK (BP) -- Billionaire Warren Buffet, who is nearly 82 years old, announced that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
"I discovered the cancer because my PSA level recently jumped beyond its normal elevation and a biopsy seemed warranted," Buffet explains.
Diagnosed with Stage 1 prostate cancer, he has chosen radiation treatment five days a week for six weeks.
Mr. Buffet ignored the recommendations of the U. S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) in having the PSA test.
Pa. -- Penn State President Rodney Erickson received a subpoena last
week to testify regarding the investigation into former assistant
football coach Jerry Sandusky, the university said Monday.
The subject or subjects of Erickson's future testimony was not
immediately clear, and university spokeswoman Lisa Powers declined to
provide a copy of the subpoena, which was first disclosed by the
Erickson's ''attorney is discussing with the attorney general's
office various aspects of the subpoena, including the actual date of
testimony,'' Powers said.
CINCINNATI -- Manage
My Auction, LLC, is a professional auction listing services company and
is managing the launch of the Cobb / Edwards T206 Honus Wagner baseball
The card will be listed online April 18th for a 10 day auction.
The Honus Wagner card will be on display and open to the public (free)
in Glendale, Ohio at Heirloom Framing Company on 9 West Sharon Road from
11:00am - 7:00pm on April 18th to kickoff the online auction.
The card has never been displayed publicly until now.
Chris Felix, a
Cincinnati sports artist who was commissioned by the Topps Trading Card
Company 2 years ago, will be featuring an original painting that
illustrates the cousins' 10 year journey.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP) -- As a freshman at Howard University, I was among the students who were concerned upon hearing the news that the entire athletics department had been suspended.
Bison students expressed their frustration on social media sites, with special concerned with the fate of Howard’s Homecoming, which is one of the most exciting events at the university.
That notion that the entire athletic department was being suspended came from spokesperson Kerry-Ann Hamilton in the Washington City Paper.