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Medieval stories call the journey a “quest” because the hero faces not only a serious challenge but sometimes a life or death circumstance to boot. Examples of a modern day hero’s journey are leaving for war, battling a cancer, caring for a parent stricken with Alzheimer’s, the grief of burying a beloved child or mate, or going through a painful divorce. The challenge we meet on the hero’s journey might mean facing an enemy within such as a dependence on alcohol, drugs or a compulsive behavior..
It’s not just religious sensitivities or cultural values at play. In October 2012, the head of the Metropolitan Police in the UK forbade police officers and staff from getting visible tattoos because they “damaged the professional image” of the force. The US Army has also just released a new rulebook on tattoos.
A 7 F Cook Shuttle sheath (Cook Medical) was placed into the SMA. A Prowler Select Plus microcatheter (Codman) was then advanced through the clot and into a distal SMA branch over a 0.014″ Synchro 2 Soft (Stryker Neurovascular) wire. After performing a microcatheter run to make sure that the distal end of the microcatheter was beyond the clot, a 6 mm x 30 mm Solitaire clot retrieval device (Medtronic) was deployed across the lesion.
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Sky Culture secretary Matt Hancock says schools should ban mobile phonesChildren should be banned from using their mobile phones at school, the culture secretary has said. Not content with merely barring them from being used in the classroom, Matt Hancock has suggested that they be confiscated from children who carry them at the start of each school day. Writing in TheSky Science pupils at Derbyshire school lose track of pudding launched into stratosphereFor those of you in Lincolnshire, it could well be a Bakewell pudding.