The Daily Populous

Monday May 23rd, 2022 day edition

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Scientists have injected the first human patient with a new cancer-killing virus.

Scientists just injected a human with a cancer-killing virus.

It’s easy to hear the word virus and instantly think of something bad.

However, scientists are using a new cancer-killing virus known as Vaxinia in an experimental cancer treatment.

Of course, before moving on to the human tests, the scientists tested the virus on animals.

The cancer-killing virus has shown that it can reduce the size of lung, breast, ovarian, pancreatic, and colon cancer tumors. »

Millionaires join Davos protests, demanding ‘tax us now’

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The charity Oxfam recently said rising inequality could push as many as 263 million more people into extreme poverty in 2022, reversing decades of progress.

The only credible outcome from this conference is to tax the richest and tax us now.

The protest comes as it was revealed that there were now a record 177 billionaires in the UK, with a combined fortune of £653bn. »

Billionaire Larry Ellison plotted with Trump aides on call about overturning election, report says

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The billionaire chairman of tech giant Oracle, Larry Ellison, was reportedly involved in a phone call that focused on the Trump campaign’s efforts to overturn the 2020 election’s legitimate results in the days immediately following the vote.

Mr Ellison has never commented publicly about the 2020 election’s legitimacy, but is known to be a supporter of Donald Trump and has previously fundraised for the one-term Republican president.

He previously supported Marco Rubio’s unsuccessful 2016 GOP primary bid; Mr Rubio also voted against all efforts to object to the 2020 election on 6 January. »

Southern Baptist leaders covered up sex abuse, kept secret database, report says

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Evidence in the report suggests leaders also lied to Southern Baptists over whether they could maintain a database of offenders to prevent more abuse when top leaders were secretly keeping a private list for years.

Many of the cases referred to in the report were considered outside the statute of limitations, the time survivors can report sex abuse, so it’s unclear how many abusers were criminally charged.

What the report reveals is that leaders maintained a list of offenders while keeping it a secret to avoid the possibility of getting sued. »