ABC, President Trump, Dr. Timothy Cannon discussed on Jon Caldara


Is calling for peace after protests there turned deadly overnight. ABC is mark grim lard clashes between black lives matter, Protesters and supporters of President Trump, who drove through the city in a large caravan. Several arrests were made, but one person was left dead after a shooting. Portland's mayor Ted Wheeler, called for peace and it doesn't matter who you are or what your politics are. Way have to all stop the violence. Wheeler has faced calls to resign, as well as the city's police chief as Portland has faced months of violent protests. Marker Malard ABC News Wisconsin's governor, Tony Evers, asking President Trump to reconsider his visit to Kenosha Tuesday. The letter from the Democratic governor says he and community leaders are concerned the visit will hinder healing and will require resource is be redirected at a critical time. The president is expected to survey damage from protests and meet with law. Enforcement officials. This is ABC News. Tributes continue to pour in for actor Chadwick Boseman. His death from colon cancer at the age of 43 is sparking conversation. About the deadly diseases that disproportionately affect black men. ABC is Alex Percy has more on the signs and symptoms. Everyone should be on the lookout for there may be some buyout biological factors. Dr. Timothy Cannon is an oncologist that knows these statistics. Well, I think there's just so much information that we need to get out there to really help help avoid the situation we saw which had posed them. Dr Cannon says that starts with paying attention to symptoms. Including changing bowel habits, bleeding, abdominal pain and unintended weight loss. These signs are important because younger patients with colorectal cancer tend to be diagnosed at a more advanced stage. ABC is wearing Black Panther tonight at eight, followed by a tribute to Bozeman, the MTV Video Music awards, also airing tonight, but because of the pandemic,.

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