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  • Lovingly illustrated by the late, great Mr. Frazetta and terrifically written by the equally great Gardner Fox, who went on to pen so many classic Silver Age stories for DC Comics and others, this initial story details how aviator Roger Drum became the man known as Thun'da.

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  • Lovingly illustrated by the late, great Mr. Frazetta and terrifically written by the equally great Gardner Fox, who went on to pen so many classic Silver Age stories for DC Comics and others, this initial story details how aviator Roger Drum became the man known as Thun'da.

    Frank Frazetta Tribute: Thun'da, King of the Congo in "King of the Lost Lands" (ME;1952)

  • The report "restates hypotheses as if they were established facts," Thun said in a statement.

    Toxins causing 'grievous harm,' cancer panel says

  • Dr. Michael Thun, vice president emeritus of epidemiological research for the American Cancer Society, said it isn't surprising that the study would fail to detect any major trends so soon after attacks.

    WTC studies find no big jump in cancer, deaths

  • The American Cancer Society's Michael Thun called the report "unbalanced" because he said it implied pollution is a major cause of cancer and dismissed prevention efforts.

    Toxins causing 'grievous harm,' cancer panel says

  • "Politically, it is an extremely sensitive issue, because the support for the government and the legitimacy of the government comes largely from the fact that people's lives have been getting better," said Eric Thun , Lecturer in Chinese Business Studies at the University of Oxford.

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  • Dr. Michael Thun, vice president emeritus of epidemiological research for the American Cancer Society, said it isn't surprising that the study would fail to detect any major trends so soon after attacks.

    WTC studies find no big jump in cancer, deaths

  • But it is possible that a cancer that already existed might have been accelerated by something in the dust, and on that point, "the results are neither conclusively negative, or conclusively positive," Thun said.

    WTC studies find no big jump in cancer, deaths

  • But it is possible that a cancer that already existed might have been accelerated by something in the dust, and on that point, "the results are neither conclusively negative, or conclusively positive," Thun said.

    WTC studies find no big jump in cancer, deaths

  • Yet there it was, introducing the report in another newspaper of Stoke City's thumping victory over FC Thun in the Europa League last month.

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