first_imgCancer Info : la plateforme d’information de référence sur les cancersL’Institut national du cancer, la Ligue nationale contre le cancer et le ministère de la Santé se sont associés pour lancer Cancer Info, une plateforme d’information sur les cancers à destination des malades et de leur famille.Le mot cancer est aujourd’hui un mot qui fait peur et qui suscite beaucoup d’interrogations auxquelles seuls les médecins sont souvent en mesure de répondre. Ainsi, pour que les malades et leur famille puissent mieux  appréhender et connaitre la maladie, un service d’information de référence a été créé, a annoncé l’Institut national du cancer. Cette plateforme, Cancer Info (lien non disponible), devrait être accessible par Internet, mais également par téléphone et par le biais de plusieurs guides d’information. Il s’agit là d’offrir un accès à l’information le plus important possible.Cette nouveauté a été mise en place dans le cadre du Plan cancer 2009/2013 dont la mesure 19.5 explique que doit être rendu accessible “aux patients une information de référence sur les cancers afin d’en faire des acteurs du système de soins”. Les informations mises en place dans ce service devraient être régulièrement mises à jour sur le plan médical mais également juridique et scientifique. L’Institut national du cancer a souhaité ainsi par ce biais offrir aux malades et à leurs proches, un lieu clair, précis et fiable d’information et de réponses aux questions.Le 31 janvier 2011 à 17:24 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img

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first_imgHigh-scoring England wing Kay Wilson reveals her fear of baked beans – and more! Who would you like to be stuck in a lift with and why? Charlotte (Crosby) from Geordie Shore. It would be so funny. She could tell me all her funny stories and I think she’d be a really good laugh to be around.Who would be your three dream dinner party guests? Barack Obama – the coolest man ever. Charlotte Crosby again. And David Beckham.Thumbs up: David Beckham would make a good dinner guest. Photo: Getty ImagesWhat’s been your most embarrassing moment? I got carted off on a stretcher at Twickenham, in front of all my family and friends. At the time I didn’t realise I’d broken my leg, so I just thought everyone in the stadium would think I was a wuss.That’s a bit hard on yourself! Moving on, if you could be any of your England team-mates who would it be? Lydia Thompson. She’s got a beautiful dog, Otis; her life is settled – she’s married and has a house; she’s level-headed and chilled out. Nothing seems to stress her, she’s always really happy, and she’s an amazing player. I don’t have my life as in order as her!If you could have one superpower, what would it be? Time travel.What’s the silliest thing you’ve ever bought? Board shorts. That was during a bad stage in my life! They were brown and I used to wear them all the time. They were awful.What would you like to achieve outside rugby? To own a yacht. I like the water and going on holiday on a yacht would be great. You could just jump off the side into the sea.How would you like to be remembered? What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen on the pitch? Emily Scarratt had her shorts and pants pulled down in a tackle during a training session.Who are the jokers in the squad? Izzy Noel-Smith is really funny. Danielle Waterman as well. There are lots of characters who are good to be around in the squad.Are there any pranks that you can tell us about? We’re really sensible! Not really – we hide round doors and jump out at people. Sarah Hunter squeals every time!What are your nicknames? Wils. And I’ve always got called ‘Karen’ too. She’s sort of my alter ego on the rugby pitch. When I go onto a rugby pitch I change and people say “Karen’s out”. Kay to Karen – it’s quite close. It started when we were wrestling in pre-season once and has stuck since then. Whenever I’m in a bad mood, I’m Karen!What’s your guilty pleasure? Keeping up with the Kardashians on E! It’s so good.What would be your specialist subject on Mastermind? The Kardashians!Family affair: The Kardashians pose at a magazine event. Photo: Getty ImagesDo you have any phobias? I’m scared of baked beans! I remember eating them as a kid, I must have been about eight or nine, and I didn’t like them. It’s the texture of the bean and the sauce goes everywhere. There are so many of them they almost come to life on the plate.What are your bugbears? Noisy eaters. I can’t name people but they know who they are!FOR THE LATEST SUBSCRIPTION OFFERS, CLICK HEREDo you have any superstitions? If I’ve had a good game I stick with the same sports bra; if I’ve had a bad game I think the luck’s run out so I try a new one. I’ve retired some and others I go back to after a couple of months, hoping the luck has recharged! Pace setter: Kay Wilson breaks against Spain at the 2017 Women’s World Cup. Photo: Getty Images center_img LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS As an all-round good egg.This article originally appeared in the September 2017 issue of Rugby World.last_img

first_img The Exeter Chiefs and England wing explains how… Expand “I have a long stride when I’m running, but before I chip I’ll shorten my stride length. This is so I can get good timing and it makes it easier to kick. Then once I’ve kicked, it’s back to the long stride to chase the ball quickly.”MORE SKILLS ADVICE… Jonny May: How to counter-attack Jack Nowell: How to up your wing work-rate Collapse LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Jess Breach: How to deliver a hand-off The England wing gives his top tips for… Expand The Ulster and Ireland wing explains how to kick over defences Jess Breach: How to deliver a hand-off Jack Nowell: How to up your wing work-rate Jacob Stockdale: How to chip and chase Jacob Stockdale’s ability to chip ahead and chase his own kick has resulted in memorable tries against England and New Zealand amongst others. Here the Ulster and Ireland wing, who scored a record seven tries in the 2018 Six Nations Championship, gives his advice on how you can replicate the skill…Space exploration“The key thing to look for is the space. Be aware of the players around you. If their full-back isn’t in the backfield and the winger is 
up, there is space in behind. Don’t put a chip in if someone is standing in the space.”Clean connection“You want an upright ball drop so it comes down and makes a clean connection with your foot. You want the ball to hit the top of your laces; your toes should be pointing up, so the 
ball goes up rather 
than long.”Change in stride Jonny May: How to counter-attack The Harlequins and England wing gives her tips… Kick on: Jacob Stockdale chips over the All Blacks defence (Getty Images) Muscle memory“In Ireland camp after training, all the wingers – Andrew Conway, Jordan Larmour and Keith Earls, for instance – will get together with the kicking coach, Richie Murphy, and put in chips against each other, as well as trying longer kicks and grubbers. You get that muscle memory and when I’m in a game I don’t think about it!”This article originally appeared in the November 2019 edition of Rugby World magazine. Every month Rugby World features advice from professional players and coaches on specific skills. Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.last_img

first_img Rector Bath, NC Rector Belleville, IL Submit a Job Listing Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Despite extremism, Christians and Muslims live together respectfully An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR [Anglican Communion News Service] A professor of Christianity and Islam has said, despite headlines about extremist atrocities, many Christians and Muslims worldwide live peacefully as neighbors.David Thomas is the Nadir Dinshaw Professor of Inter Religious Relations School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.He was speaking at the launch of the Anglican Communion’s latest edition of Christian-Muslim Digest – the newsletter of the Anglican Communion’s Network for Inter Faith Concerns (NIFCON).“Behind the atrocities committed by extremists who say they act in the name of Islam, Christians and Muslims try to live together with respect and cooperation,” he said. “In many places followers of the two faiths succeed in welcoming one another as neighbors and as friends. However, communal life is hampered by insensitive acts on one side or another.”The first Digest of 2015 records two of these acts and offers incisive reflections by two leading experts. Download the PDF of the Digest here.The Network for Inter Faith Concerns (NIFCON) of the Anglican Communion exists to encourage:Progress towards genuinely open and loving relationships between Christians and people of other faiths.Exchange of news, information, ideas and resources relating to inter faith concerns between provinces of the Anglican Communion.Local contextual and wider theological reflection.Witness and evangelism where appropriate.Prayerful and urgent action with all involved in tension and conflict.Support for people of faith, especially Christians, who live as religious minorities in situations of discrimination or danger. 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