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New treatments may prolong health after breast cancer: experts

A targeted drug, palbociclib, was granted accelerated approval by the US Food and Drug Administration earlier this year for use in women with the most common form of advanced breast cancerPromising advances in research could mean longer, healthier lives for women with breast cancer, the number one cancer in women worldwide, experts said Saturday at a major US cancer conference. A new targeted therapy that appears to double the amount of time cancer can be held in check, a drug that offers more women a chance at healthy lives post-diagnosis and a surgical option to remove extra tissue in order to reduce the likelihood of cancer's return were among the findings presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting in Chicago. The targeted drug, palbociclib, is made by Pfizer and was granted accelerated approval by the US Food and Drug Administration earlier this year for use in women with the most common form of advanced breast cancer, known as estrogen receptor positive (ER+), human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 negative (HER2-).



Powerful quake strikes off Japan; no tsunami warning

Japanese soccer fans react to a strong earthquake as they watch a J-League soccer match between the Shonan Bellmare and the Sanfrecce Hiroshima at BMW Stadium in Hiratsuka, southwest of Tokyo Saturday, May 30, 2015. A powerful and extremely deep earthquake struck a group of remote Japanese islands and shook Tokyo on Saturday, but officials said there was no danger of a tsunami, and no injuries or damage were immediately reported. (Munehide Someya/Kyodo News via AP)TOKYO (AP) ? A powerful earthquake struck near remote Japanese islands and shook most of the country Saturday evening, but it occurred well beneath the earth's surface and did not trigger a tsunami warning. Two people suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and there were no reports of major damage.



Activists say Syrian army strikes kill 70 people in AleppoBEIRUT (AP) ? Syrian army airstrikes killed at least 70 people, most of them civilians, and wounded scores in attacks Saturday in the northern province of Aleppo that struck civilian areas, including a packed market in a town held by the Islamic State group, activists said.
Volunteers search for missing after Central Texas flood

Johnny Rodriguez uses a plank to cross standing water as he works along the Blanco River, Friday, May 29, 2015, in Wimberley, Texas. Search efforts continue for those persons who went missing from the Memorial Day weekend floods in Central Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)WIMBERLEY, Texas (AP) ? A handful of volunteers trudged along the muddy and brush-filled banks of the Blanco River in Central Texas, searching for a group of people still missing days after the vacation house where they were staying was swept away in a massive flood.



The Latest: Nadal firing at French? Still too early to tell

Spain's Rafael Nadal is framed between two barriers as he returns the ball to Russia's Andrey Kuznetsov during their third round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Saturday, May 30, 2015 in Paris, France. (AP Photo/David Vincent)PARIS (AP) ? The Latest from the French Open:



Former quadriplegic runs, walks to show others they can

In this Tuesday, May 5, 2015 photo, Aaron Baker, right, a former motocross racer who was paralyzed from the neck down in a crash while practicing on a motocross track in 1999, exercises at the Center of Restorative Exercise in the Northridge section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)LOS ANGELES (AP) ? The worst day of Aaron Baker's life wasn't when the then-20-year-old professional motocross racer crashed his bike one spring day in 1999, flew over the handlebars and hit the ground head-first, paralyzing him from the next down.



Latest on flooding: Dallas police report 2nd flooding death

Flood waters from the Brazos River encroach upon a home in the Horseshoe Bend neighborhood, Friday, May 29, 2015, in Weatherford, Texas. Floodwaters submerged Texas highways and threatened more homes Friday after another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)10:45 a.m. (CDT)



Czechs remember ethnic Germans who died in postwar expulsionBRNO, Czech Republic (AP) ? In a rare gesture of reconciliation, hundreds of Czechs have participated in a 20-mile walk to remember some 1,700 ethnic Germans who died 70 years ago during their expulsion from the Czech city of Brno.
Former Md. Gov. O'Malley jumps into 2016 Democratic raceBALTIMORE (AP) ? Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley on Saturday joined the Democratic presidential race with a longshot challenge to Hillary Rodham Clinton for the 2016 nomination and tried to stake a position to her left on the economy and Wall Street reform.
New England's epic winter gives way to unusually dry spring

Debris covers a lingering snow pile, amassed during the record-setting winter, Thursday, May 28, 2015, the Seaport District in Boston. A 75-foot-high snow mound in the Seaport District has been reduced to a three-story pile of dirt and trash, including bicycles, traffic cones and even half a $5 bill, that remains encrusted in solid ice. Crews have been working for six weeks to clean away the trash as it breaks free from the mound. So far, they have pulled 85 tons of debris from the pile. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)BOSTON (AP) ? It's hard to believe that after a winter of record-setting snowfall, much of New England is approaching drought conditions.