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John Fury invited BT Sport to his natural surroundings for a special sit down interview to look back at Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 and to assess what the future holds for his son.

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The first animal studies trickling out show no sign of a side effect that has worried researchers. But it’s still not clear exactly how much of an immune reaction possible vaccines need to spark for real protection. (June 2)

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Joining TODAY from outside the White House, Dr. Deborah Birx, coordinator for the White House coronavirus task force, says that signs that the coronavirus curve may be flattening in some areas offer “great encouragement.” But she cautions Americans to continue social distancing despite these “early signs of hope.” Regarding disturbing signs that the virus affects black Americans in greater proportion, she says “we don’t think African-Americans are more susceptible,” but points to underlying conditions that may contribute.
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Is there hope for “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek, who bravely revealed he’s suffering from stage 4 pancreatic cancer? Survivors of the disease have a message for him: Stay positive. Elise Tedeschi, 50, was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2012. The diagnosis was grim but the Atlanta mom said she beat the odds with treatment that targeted a specific gene. “I knew no matter what I was going to beat this,” she told Inside Edition.