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July 14, 2011
Back again, Egyptís exiled Islamists no longer have to lie low

The National, July 14, 2011
John Calvert, a professor at Creighton University in Nebraska and an expert on the Islamic thinker Sayyid Qutb, said: "Chastened by the state, these groups have been lying low over the past decade or so.
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Omaha Nuns Pray For New Home

KETV, July 12, 2011
Even Creighton Universityís founder, John Creighton, turned to the Poor Clare sisters. According to one account, Creighton asked the Poor Clares to pray for a friend in Chicago who didnít have children.
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Cancer Rates Falling Steadily in U.S.

Lincoln Journal Star, July 12, 2011
"We're beginning to understand that each cancer has an individual pathway to development," Dr. Alan G. Thorson, a clinical professor surgery and director of colon and rectal surgery at Creighton University in Omaha, Neb. told HealthDay News.
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Five Best products with anti-aging astaxanthin

Style Bistro, July 11, 2011
Wondering how potent astaxathin is? Well, a clinical research study at Creighton University demonstrated that astaxanthin can eliminate free radicals 6,000 times more effectively than vitamin C, 800 times more than CoQ10, 550 times more than vitamin E and green tea, 75 times more than alpha lipoic acid, and 20 times more than beta-carotene.
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How to get in soccer shape

Omaha World-Herald, July 14, 2011
Follow these tips from trainers at Creighton University to get in soccer shape.
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Late tip-in gives U.S. fifth-place win

Omaha World-Herald, July 10, 2011
Creighton sophomore-to-be Doug McDermott added 13 points and five rebounds as the U.S. went 7-2 at the tournament.
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