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first_img“He tried to rape his own mother, we suspect that he was under the influence of drugs,” he added.After RT was apprehended, he reportedly told investigators that he had bought the self-assembled gun for Rp 400,000 (US$27.16).“He said the gun was for self-protection, but we are still investigating the purpose of the gun ownership,” Yudhi said.He further said that investigators were digging deeper into the allegations that RT had tried to rape and open fire on his mother.Yudhi said RT could be charged with under the 1951 Emergency Law that regulates gun ownership and Article 285 of the Criminal Code on rape, with up to 10 years of imprisonment, if found guilty. (mfp)Topics : “The perpetrator opened fire on his mother, but missed,” he said on Monday as reported by kompas.com.Police officers then promptly moved to the victim’s house for an investigation. However, Yudhi said RT was resisting arrest when officers tried to bring him to the police station for questioning.“We shot his leg, because he tried to resist,” he said.Read also: Teenager kills stepfather for allegedly raping sister, assaulting mother Police officers in Penukal Abab Lematang Ilir regency of South Sumatra have shot a man who reportedly put up resistance during an arrest attempt after he allegedly tried to rape and shoot his mother.The case unfolded with a woman, SM, 52, running – apparently in fear – to the Talang Ubi Police station telling the on-duty officers that her own son, RT, 34, had tried to rape her.Penukal Abab Lematang Ilir Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Yudhi Suharyadi claimed that RT had also tried to shoot his mother as she was running away to save her life.last_img read more

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first_img1 Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas has apologised to Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan for the studs-up challenge which saw the midfielder sent off in their International Champions Cup clash in Pasadena.The Spain international slid in and caught the new signing on the top of his foot in the second half of the Blues’ 1-0 win and the referee Baldomero Toledo immediately brandished a red card.However, Fabregas sought out the Estonia international afterwards to offer his apologies.“It’s a red card. He [Fabregas] came by us in the dressing room and said sorry,” Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp revealed.“He came too late in the challenge, of course. Sometimes in life if you are too late you get a red card, especially in football.”last_img

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first_imgJul 27 2018A survey of patients treated for cancer on the NHS in England shows that blood cancers are still taking longer to be diagnosed than other types of cancer. We have known for a long time that people with blood cancer can struggle to get a diagnosis and it often takes longer for GPs to refer them to hospital. People with myeloma in particular have to visit their GPs many more times on average before being sent to a specialist. This can be explained by a number of factors, including a lack of awareness of blood cancer symptoms and the ease of which many symptoms can be confused with more common conditions.For some types of blood cancer, early diagnosis can have a significant impact on outcome for patients.  This latest Cancer Patient Experience Survey shows that much more still needs to be done to improve care in this area.” The 2017 Cancer Patient Experience Survey, published today by NHS England, found that over a third (35.6%) of blood cancer patients who visited their GP with symptoms before diagnosis needed to go three times or more before being referred to hospital.This compares to less than a quarter (23%) of cancer patients overall and represents a slight increase from the 2016 survey, when 35.2% of blood cancer patients needed to see their GP three or more times before being referred to a specialist.This is the seventh annual Cancer Patient Experience Survey, with 69,000 people treated for cancer in England responding to the questionnaire in 2017.  The 59 questions covered all aspects of cancer care, including diagnosis, access to information, quality of care and support provided after treatment.Phil Reynolds, Policy Manager at the blood cancer research charity Bloodwise, said: Related StoriesDon’t ignore diastolic blood pressure values, say researchersLiving with advanced breast cancerUsing machine learning algorithm to accurately diagnose breast cancerWhile the survey showed that improvements were being seen in some areas for blood cancer, it also highlighted areas where patients are facing different issues and are having poorer experiences of care than patients with other types of cancer.People with blood cancer were more likely to experience a degree of confusion around their diagnosis, with just 59% ‘completely understanding’ the explanation they were given of what was wrong with them – compared to 73% of cancer patients in general.  Only 46.4% of blood cancer patients said that they were definitely told about the possible long-term side effects of their treatment.Being assigned a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) has consistently been shown to have a significantly positive impact on people’s experience of cancer treatment.  In this year’s survey 91% of patients with blood cancer (and 91% of cancer patients overall) reported that they had been given the name of a CNS to support them through their treatment. This represents a significant improvement – up from 85% in 2013. Access to a CNS varies greatly by different NHS trusts across the country, however, and there are still thousands of people with blood cancer missing out. Source:https://bloodwise.org.uk/blog/blood-cancers-taking-longer-be-diagnosed-other-cancerslast_img read more