Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat from New York whose outspokenness and progressive views have made her a target of conservatives, lashed out at the right-wing news site The Daily Caller after it posted an article on Monday showing a photo that had been falsely described as a nude selfie of the congresswoman with an emphasis on her feet. Confused yet? A photo that was apparently taken by a woman in a bathtub, showing her from the shins down, had been making the rounds on social media. This led people to describe the photo as a nude selfie. The photo was only the most recent attempt to sully the reputation of Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, a rising star on the left who, at 29, is the youngest woman ever elected to the House of Representatives.
The Latest Smear Against Ocasio-Cortez: A Fake Nude Photo
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Maria Esther Cortes Molina had to give up her Miss World Nicaragua crown, and rumor is that her official reason is bogus. Molina was supposed to represent the Latin American country at the Miss World Competition, which takes place on Dec. Officially, the beauty queen is saying that she has to attend to personal matters, but she is supposedly giving up the grown because topless images of her have emerged. Taking her place at the Miss World competition will be Yumara Lopez, who finished as the runner up.
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Background: Bombesin is a peptide that was initially isolated from frog skin and which belongs to a large group of neuropeptides with many biological functions. The human equivalent is gastrin-releasing peptide GRP , whose receptors are over-expressed in a variety of malignant tumours. Aim: To prepare a HYNIC-[Lys 3]-bombesin analogue that could be easily labelled with 99mTc from lyophilized kit formulations and to evaluate its potential as an imaging agent for GRP receptor-positive tumours. In-vitro internalization was tested using human prostate cancer PC-3 cells with blocked and non-blocked receptors.