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Peter Fechter was yards away from Checkpoint Charlie. Just yards and one infamous wall from a whole new life in the West. But as he and a friend scrambled up the Berlin Wall in broad daylight 56 years ago today, bullets tore through the air from the East Berlin side and struck the year-old in the back. The friend made it the rest of the way, but jarring photos show Fechter crumpled at the foot of the concrete wall — dying with his back to the wall and the West, his head facing east. Standing on a ladder, West Berlin police officers asked him his name and threw bandages to him over the Wall. Another photo shows the clumsy removal of the body, as East Berlin border guards struggled to pass Fechter over reams of barbed wire. The Berlin Wall had gone up almost exactly a year before, physically dividing the Soviet-controlled East from the American-, British- and French-controlled sectors in the West.
Study examines why colon cancer is more deadly in pediatric and young adult patients. Study provides new details about therapy-associated polyposis in childhood cancer survivors. Adolescent and young adult cancer survivors may have an elevated risk of hospitalizations. Survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia at higher risk for type 2 diabetes. Teens with cancer fall into a nebulous space between childhood and young adulthood, and they tend to suffer the most for this. A study by the American Childhood Cancer Organization reports that about one third of adolescent cancer patients aged are seen in pediatric cancer centers, while the remaining patients are seen in an adult cancer facility. February 24, February 13,
Remarkable new research suggests that conventional assumptions about how we mature are wrong — and that young people do not become true adults until they are They should be the healthiest people on the planet, the "almost grown ups" still in the bloom of youth and full of dreams for the future. But today's adolescents are instead a troubled generation, marooned in a no man's land between childhood and adulthood, prey to forces beyond their control. Far from being the healthiest time of life, adolescence is instead a period of maximum risk and maximum vulnerability according to scientists, as still-growing bodies and undeveloped minds hurl themselves into experimentation with drink, drugs and sex. They are targeted by the mass marketing of unhealthy products and lifestyles — tobacco, alcohol, junk food — which doctors compare to an infectious disease epidemic. And evidence shows British teenagers are among those exposed to the greatest threats.