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let in from Central America and Mexico combined over that period. Many of them are arriving from Iraq and now Syria where ISIS has established a caliphate and from which it has announced plans to conquer Rome, meaning Christianity. The U.S. will admit as many as 2,000 Syrian nationals by the end of fiscal year 2015, up from 525 since fiscal 2011, Investors adds. President Obama is living up to his 2008 campaign promise to fundamentally transform the United States of America. But transform it into what? The Brooklyn Daily Eagle reports that about half of New York City residents speak a language other than English at home and that one-fourth of city residents are not proficient in English, citing figures from the Mayors Office for Immigrant Affairs.
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"When I told one of my patients about the study, his first question was, 'If I stop smoking will I have to stop screening?'" "We want people to stop smoking, and we don't want them to lie or continue smoking just so they can be screened," added Midthun. "We need better tools to make risk calculations for those who should be screened." The Mayo study did not take into account other risk factors for lung cancer, such as personal and family history for lung cancer or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) because they are not in the current guidelines for reimbursement. For example, COPD "raises a person's risk for lung cancer by four to six times," said Midthun, yet "only age and pack year history are in the guidelines." "There's nothing magical in 30-year pack history," added Midthun. He told CNN that age is an equally important factor.
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