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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2010-06-02

In this issue:  BP's oil spill, progress in the fight
against cancer, and South Korea's state of denial.

---BP Oil Spill---
The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico currently affects 6500
square km of ocean and threatens a number of delicate
ecosystems, according to Chemistry World.
Louisiana's Daniel Becnel has sued drugmakers, carmakers,
and Big Tobacco.  BusinessWeek says the BP oil spill, on his
home turf, may be his biggest payday yet.
Past safety lapses heighten skepticism of BP, according to
Motley Fool says once the revolting gulf oil spill finally
ends, you might want to reexamine BP's stock.
There are plenty of reasons to hate Goldman Sachs and BP. 
Motley Fool wants to know which company you hate more.

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Bristol-Myers' new melanoma drug may be a "game changer." 
BusinessWeek points out that it is effective against
late-stage melanoma, and it works by training the body's
immune system to attack cancer.
Motley Fool says investors need answers from Johnson &
Johnson about the low-quality drugs that were recalled.  Is
the problem systemic, and if so, how much will it cost the
company to fix the problem?

Time Asia says a good portion of the South Korean population
exists in a state of near unshakable denial on the prospects
of North Korean aggression.