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Anya is a physician in a small town in Indiana. She is now widowed as a result of a drunk driving accident three years ago. She is running her medical practice and taking care of her four children with the help of friends and family. Anya decides to go to Hollywood California to learn how to inject botox. As she is walking in the hotel lobby one day on her way to class, Anya makes eye contact with a gorgeous man (Gavin). Little does she know how her life will change with this chance meeting. Gavin is a famous movie star and the world's most eligible bachelor. While walking through the lobby where he is doing business at the Reagent Beverly Wilshire, he catches the eye of the most beautiful woman he has ever seen (Anya). He decides that he wants to get to know her and pursue her. He finds out quickly that she is very different from his other pursuits. For one thing she comes with four children and for another.she doesn't believe in premarital sex. Gavin, who is a 48 year old bachelor, decides to pursue a relationship making them Hollywood's Hottest Couple.
Mathematical Modeling and Immunology An enormous amount of human effort and economic resources has been directed in this century to the fight against cancer. The purpose, of course, has been to find strategies to overcome this hard, challenging and seemingly endless struggle. We can readily imagine that even greater efforts will be required in the next century. The hope is that ultimately humanity will be successful; success will have been achieved when it is possible to activate and control the immune system in its competition against neoplastic cells. Dealing with the above-mentioned problem requires the fullest pos- sible cooperation among scientists working in different fields: biology, im- munology, medicine, physics and, we believe, mathematics. Certainly, bi- ologists and immunologists will make the greatest contribution to the re- search. However, it is now increasingly recognized that mathematics and computer science may well able to make major contributions to such prob- lems. We cannot expect mathematicians alone to solve fundamental prob- lems in immunology and (in particular) cancer research, but valuable sup- port, however modest, can be provided by mathematicians to the research aspirations of biologists and immunologists working in this field.
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