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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

 

The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.

 

These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.

 

Wendy Hawkins is executive director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.

 

WENDY HAWKINS: "These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful."

 

Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California, Davis, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.

 

SELINA LI: "I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And, to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective."

 

Ms. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.

 

Scott Boisvert lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he completed a project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world.

 

He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.

 

SCOTT BOISVERT: "My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the fungus."

 

He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.

 

Evan O'Dorney of Danville, California, won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional parts.

 

Wendy Hawkins at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.

 

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. Visit the all-new mobile version of our website where you can read and listen to Special English programs and watch captioned videos. From your phone or other device, go to voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Christopher Cruise.

 

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Have you ever felt lymph under the skin on the sides of your neck when you’re sick? Those might be lymphonodes. They can get swollen and painful, but their job is to fight infection.

Lymphnodes are part of the body’s defenses, known as the lymphatic system. These complex system through out the body, makes and transports are protective fluid called lymph.

Lymph is made of white blood cells, proteins and fats. In a patient with breast cancer, the cancer can spread to the large number of lymphnodes under the arms.

Doctors have traditionally removed many of these lymphnodes in the hope of removing all the cancer. But the latest research finds nothing to gain by removing so many lymphnodes.  

Doctors have two choices when breast cancer starts to spread. They can do what is called a sentinel nodes by /.

They removed the main growths and one or two lymphnodes nearest to it or they can take more aggressive action and remove a lot of lymphnodes. But that can lead to shoulder pain and permanent swelling of the arms.

Doctor / at the John Wing cancer institute in Santa Monica California, was a leader of the study. He found that a centennial nodes by / can be enough to eliminate all of the cancer, and the patient does not need to stay in a hospital to have it done.

Doctor Julianna and researchers at other America cancer centers studied almost 900 breast cancer patients. In each case, the cancer had spread to no more than two lymphnodes.

Half of the women had the traditional surgeries. Doctors removed an average of 17 lymphnodes, the other half had the simpler operation with just one or two nodes removed. Then both groups received radiation treatment and / drugs.

Doctor Julianna says rates of survival five years later showed that the less in vesive operation with just successful as the more aggressive action.

The five year survival was about 92%, regardless which the operation. And wonderfully, women who had / did just as well as the women had the more radical operation.

The study appeared in the general of the America medical association, some experts say the fundings could change the way surgeon treat relead breast cancers that have spread to the lymphnodes. But other doctors say they want more prove before they make a change.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.
Wendy Hawkins is executive director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
WENDY HAWKINS: “These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful.”
Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California, Davis, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
SELINA LI: I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And, to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Ms. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scott Boisvert lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he completed a project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world.
He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.
SCOTT BOISVERT: My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the fungus.
He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Evan O'Dorney of Danville, California, won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional parts.
Wendy Hawkins at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.

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This is the VOA special english education report . The intel science technology research is the top science corporation for high school students in the united states. The 45students was honored in Washington last week.They met was scientist and  . President obama welcome them to the white house .This 45 students was selected from almost 2000 contist  nation and wide .

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This is the VOA SPECIAL ENGLISH EDUCATION REPORT.The Intel Science telo Research is the science competition for high school students in the US.The 40 finalists were honered in Washington last week.Thet met with scientists and politicians.President Obama welcomed them to the White House.These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nation wide.They had to present an original research to be judged by professional scientists.The students show their research projects on large posters.The winners were announced March 15th.Wendy Horkens was an executive directore of the Intel Foundation.She says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.These students bring work that is ready fro publication and in many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science you can think of physics of logical engineering.Projects are deep and rich and in site form.
Salina Li is from Fairokes California.She wanted to find out more effective treatment for liver cancer.She bagan her research 4 years ago.A scientist at the University of California Davis taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
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The intel science talent search is the top science competetion for high school students in the US. The 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the whitehouse. These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students show their research projects on large postures. The winners were announced 15 march. Wendy Hockens is executive director of the intel foundation. She says the 40 finalists represented excellence across many areas of science. Sellina Lee is from Fell Ox California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research 4 years ago. A scientist at the Uni of California Daybes taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory. Ms Lee placed the 5th in the intelscience talent search and was awarded $30,000. Scott Wovare, lives near Fenix Arrizona. He began using a laboratory at Uni of Arrizona at the age of 14. Over 4 years, he completed the project studying a fungers linked to the decrease in amphibiens around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungers. He collected and tested water samples across Arrizona. He placed 10th in the intel competetion and was awarded $20,000. Even Oddony of Denvill, California won the top award of $100,000 in this year's intel science talent search. For his mathematical project, he compared 2 ways to astimate the square rood of an intejure. A number with no fractional ports. Wendy Hockens at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists, who will help shape America's future.
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This is VOA special english education report.The intel science talent search is the top science competation for high school students in US.The 40  finalists were hornored in Washington last week.They met with scientist and politicans.Presendent Obama welcome them to the White House.these 40 students were selected from almost 2,000 contestants nation wild.They had to present an original research to be judged by professional scientists.the students show their research projects on large posters,the winers were announced  March 15th .Wendy is executive director of internal foundation.She says the 40 finalist  represented excellence across many areas of science.These students bring work that is really for publication and many cases have already been published and pretty much branch of science that you can think of physics and electrical enginering.the projects are deep and rich and insightful.Serlida Li is from CO California ,she want to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer.she began her research 4 years ago.A scientist that university of California Daives taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.I research in a new approach to targeting with a cancer.um,by basicly starving a little cancer cells  to death while living normal cells uneffective.and To get one step further ,I block A survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.Mrs Li placed 5th in the intel science talent search and  was rewarded 30,000 dallars.S  lives near P ,he began using a laboratory at university of E at age of 14.Over 4 years ,he completed the project studying a fungus linked to the decreased inamphibians around the world.He was trying to find out if different chemical and substances could kill the fungus.He collected and tested water samples across  areasona.So my result was able to idendify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and movement other fangst.He placed 10th in the intel competition and was rewarded 20,000 dallars.Even or Dony of Danbu California won the top award of 100,000 dallars in this  year's intel science telant search.For his mathamatical project,he compared 2 ways to estimate the quare root of integer,A number with no fractional parts.W at the intel foundation says  these young people represent the next generation of scientist who will help shape American's future.and that's is VOA special english education report .visit the all new mobile version about our website or you can read and listen to special english programs and watch caption vedios from your  phone or other devices ,go to voaspecialenglish.com
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the intell science tellor search is the top science competion for high school students in the United States.
  The 40 list were hornerd in Washinton last week, they met with scientist and politions, presendent Obama welcome them to the White House.
  These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nation-wilde, they had to present all regenal reseacher to be judged by preffosioner scientists. the students showed their reseach projects on large plosters, the winners will anounced much 50.
  Windy Hawkins is the exact director of the intell fundation, she said the 40 finalist represented excellents across many areas of science. these students bring work that is ready for publication, and many cases has already been published, and pretty much any brochures of science that you can think of physicas select engineery, and projects are deep and rich and inside for
  Sena Li is from feel oxe California, she wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cance. she began her reasearch four years ago, a scientists at the university Califonis Dabels told her how to desire and do experiment work in the liberatory. I win searched in new pouch to talk in liver cance , by basicly stovine an liver cance cells dead while lives normal on uneffect, and to go once further, I blocked an cell bibal pathlick from to make the treat more effect. Miser Li placed 15th in the intell tailor search and was awoarded $30,000.
  Scotte Provel live near phenix arazoner, he began using a labery torry at the university of arrazoner, at the age of 14, over four years, he completed the project study in a funks linter to the decrays in an febels aroud the world, he was trying to find out if different camecals and substance in the water could kill the funks, he collected and tested water saples across arrazoner, so my result was able to identify a list of camcols and gross in the move other funks,   he placed 10th in the intell competition and was awoarded $20,000
  Evey Odorn of Danvil Califonia won the top of $100.000 in these years intell science tailor seacher, for his mathmatical project, he compareed two ways to essetimate the square root of an intergy, a number with no froction no parts.
  And that's  the VOA Special English Education Report.
  Windy Hakwwi at the intell fundation said these yonge people represent next generation of scientist who will help shape America's future.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The Intel Science Talent Search is the topest science competition for high school students in the United States.The 40 finalists were honored in Washington last week.
They might would scientists and politicians.President Obama welcome them to the White House.These 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contestants nationwide.
They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists.The students show their research projects on large posters.The winners  were anounnced much fifteenth.
Wendy H* is exacted director of the Intel Foundation.She says the 40 finalists represents  excellence across  many areas of the science.
These students bring work that is ready for pubulication as many cases has already  been published and pretty much any branch of sicence that you can think  physics  genetical engeering.And projects are deep and rich and insightful.  
S* Lee is from * California.She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer.She began her research four years ago.A sicentist at the university of the California D* taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I researched a new approch to  targeting liver cancer. By basically starving liver cancer thoughts that while living nomarl cells and uneffected. And to go one step futher I blocked survivor positively to make the treatment more effectively.
Ms.Lee placed fifth in the Intell Science Talent Research and was awarded 30000 dollars.
S* lives near Phoenix A*.He began to using a laboratory  at the university of the A* at the age of 14.Over 4 years,he completed  the project studing in a fungus linked to the decrease in * around the world.He was tried to found out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus.He collected and texted   water samples across the A*.
So my results are able to identify a list chemicals were significan in the growth of the moving of the fungus.   
He placed tenth in the Intell competition and was awarded 20000 dollars.
Eve * of California,one the top award of 100000 dollars in this year's Intel  Science Talent Search.For his mathematical project,he compared two ways to estimate the squre root on the *. A number with no frictional1 parts.
Wendy *in the Intell Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of the scientists who will help to shape America's future.
And that's the VOA Special English Eduation Report.Vist the all more new mobile version about our website when you can read and listen to special english programs. And watch captions radios from your phone and other device go to voaspecialenglish.com.I'm Christ *.

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The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.
Wendy Hawkins is executive director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
WENDY HAWKINS: “These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published in pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, electrical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful.”
Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California, Davis, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.SELINA LI: I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And, to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Ms. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.
Scott Boisvert lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the University of Arizona at the age of fourteen. Over four years, he completed a project studying a fungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world.
He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona.
SCOTT BOISVERT: My results were able to identify a list of chemicals that were significant in the growth and in the movement of the fungus.
He placed tenth in the Intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars.
Evan O'Dorney of Danville, California, won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's Intel Science Talent Search. For his mathematical project, he compared two ways to estimate the square root of an integer, a number with no fractional parts.
Wendy Hawkins at the Intel Foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.
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this is the voa special engish education report .the science  is the top science competition for high school students in the united states.the 40 finalists  were honored in washington last week.president obama welcomed them to the white house. these 40 students were selected from almost 2000 contests nationwide ,they had to present original research to be judged by the professional scientists.the students showed their research projects on large posters.the winners were announced march 15th .is the director of the foundation. she says the 40 finalists represented excellents accross many areas of science. these students bring work that is ready for publishing and many cases have beeb published and pretty much that you can think and projects are deep and rich and . Lee is from a California.she wanted to find a more affected treatment for liver cancer,she began her research 4 years ago.a scientist that the university of california taught her how to design and do experiment work in the laboratory.i researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer,by basically the living cancer cells while living normal cells are unaffected and to go one step further i blocked a survial passway to make the treatment more affected.Miss Lee placed face in the and was awarded 30000 dollars . he began using a laborotary at the university at the age of 14. over 4 years he completed a project studying so my results he placed 10 in the in this years he compare two ways to says these young people the next generation

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The Intell Science Talents Search is the top science competition for high school students in the US. The fourty finalists were honoured in Warshington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House. These fourty students were selected from almost 2,000 contestants nation wild. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced on March 15th.

Wenndy Horgens is the executive director of intell foundation. She says the fourty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science. These students' brain work that is ready for pulication and many cases have already been published. And plenty much any branch of science that you can think physics, electric and engineering. And projects are deep and rich and insightful.

Selina Lee is from F* California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for livery cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the university of California, Dabers, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory. I researched a new approach to targeting livery cancer. By basically solving the livery cancer cells dead while leaving the normal cells uneffected. And to go one step further, I brought a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective. Ms. Lee placed fifth in the Intell Science Talents Search and was awarded 30,000 dollars.

* lives near Phoenix, Arizona. He began using a laboratory at the university of Arizona at the age of 15. Over four years he completed a project studying in a fangs linked to the decrease of anphybiens around the world. He was trying to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could kill the fangs. He collected and tested water samples across Arizona. So my results were able to identify a least of chemicals were significant in the growth and movement of the fangs. He placed 10th in the intell competition and was awarded 20,000 dollars.

Even Odnel of Dafel California won the top award of 100,000 dollars in this year's Intell Science Talents Search for his mathematical project. He compared two ways to estimate the square root of an interger a number was known fractional parts.

Wenndy Hogens at the intell foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists who will help shape America's future.

And that is the VOA special english education report. This is all our mobile version of our wedside where you can read and listen to special english programs. And watch caption vedios from your phone or other device to ...

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The Intel Science Talent Search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored  in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcomed them to the White House.These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present original research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announced March fifteenth.
Wendy Hawkins is executive director of the Intel Foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellence across many areas of science.
“These students bring work that is ready for publication and in many cases has already been published and pretty much any branch of science that you can think of: physics, logical engineering. And the projects are deep and rich and insightful.”
Selena Li is from Fair Oaks, California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist at the University of California, Davis, taught her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.
I researched a new approach to targeting liver cancer by basically starving the liver cancer cells to death, while leaving the normal cells unaffected. And, to go one step further, I blocked a survival pathway to make the treatment more effective.
Miss. Li placed fifth in the Intel Science Talent Search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars.                                                    Scott Boisvert lives near Phoenix, Arizona.He began using a laboratory at the unviersity of Arizona at the age of fourteen .Over four years he completed the project starting the foungus linked to the decrease in amphibians around the world . He was try to find out if different chemicals and substances in the water could killed the foungus he collected and tested water samples across the Arizona . My results were able to identify the list of chamicals that was significant in the grows and the movement of the foungus .He placed tenth in the intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars .
Evan O'Dorney of Danville, California,won the top award of one hundred thousand dollars in this years intel science talent search .For his mathermatical project he compared two ways to estimate the square root of the ???
Wendy Hawkins at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generation of scientists will help shape Amerca's future .
And that's the VOA special English report .
Visit the all news mobile ??? of our website or you can read and listen to special english programmes and watch caption vedios from your phone and other device go to VOA special English dot com .I'm XXX
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
The intel science talent search is the top science competition for high school students in the United States. The forty finalists were honored in Washington last week. They met with scientists and politicians. President Obama welcome them to the White House.
These forty students were selected from almost two thousand contestants nationwide. They had to present all rational research to be judged by professional scientists. The students showed their research projects on large posters. The winners were announched much fiftieth.
Wendy Horgence is exact director of intel foundation. She says the forty finalists represented excellent acrossed many area of science.
These students bring work that is ready for publication that many cases has already been published then present any branch of science you think of physic engineering and projects are deep and rich and insetful.
Selinler Lee is from fire ox California. She wanted to find a more effective treatment for liver cancer. She began her research four years ago. A scientist that the university of California Davers told her how to design and do experimental work in the laboratory.  
I researched in new post to target in liver cancer. By basically studying the liver cancer thoughts that well living normal thoughts on infected. And to go one set for their eblock* publicly to make achievement more infected.  
Ms Lee placed fifth in the intel science talent search and was awarded thirty thousand dollars. S.W live their pylics area ronal. He began new * laboratory at the university of arearonal at the age of fourteen. Over four years e* p* project started in a fungus link to the decrease in unfibing around the world. He was tried to find out if different chemics and substances in the water could kill the fungus. He collected and tested water samples across area ronal.
He placed tenth in the intel competition and was awarded twenty thousand dollars. Even Adonia of daniell california, one the top of world of one hundred thousand dollars in this year's intel science talent search. For his mathmatical project, he compared two waste to estimate the swell root of interger, a number with no fractional parts.  
Wendy Horgence at the intel foundation says these young people represent the next generational of scientists who were help ships American's future.
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