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  Cancer cure drug The cancer vanished in every single patient,
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-06-2022, 06:06 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

It was a small trial, just 18 rectal cancer patients, every one of whom took the same drug.
But the results were astonishing. The cancer vanished in every single patient, undetectable by physical exam; endoscopy; positron emission tomography, or PET scans; or MRI scans.
Dr. Luis A. Diaz Jr. of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, an author of a paper published Sunday in the New England Journal of Medicine describing the results, which were sponsored by drug company GlaxoSmithKline, said he knew of no other study in which a treatment completely obliterated a cancer in every patient.
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“I believe this is the first time this has happened in the history of cancer,” Diaz said.
Dr. Alan P. Venook, a colorectal cancer specialist at the University of California, San Francisco, who was not involved with the study, said he also thought this was a first.
A complete remission in every single patient is “unheard-of,” he said.
These rectal cancer patients had faced grueling treatments — chemotherapy, radiation and, most likely, life-altering surgery that could result in bowel, urinary and sexual dysfunction. Some would need colostomy bags.
They entered the study thinking that, when it was over, they would have to undergo those procedures because no one really expected their tumors to disappear.
But they got a surprise: No further treatment was necessary.
“There were a lot of happy tears,” said Dr. Andrea Cercek, an oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a co-author of the paper, which was presented Sunday at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology.
Another surprise, Venook added, was that none of the patients had clinically significant complications.
On average, 1 in 5 patients have some sort of adverse reaction to drugs like the one the patients took, dostarlimab, known as checkpoint inhibitors. The medication was given every three weeks for six months and cost about $11,000 per dose. It unmasks cancer cells, allowing the immune system to identify and destroy them.
While most adverse reactions are easily managed, as many as 3% to 5% of patients who take checkpoint inhibitors have more severe complications that, in some cases, result in muscle weakness and difficulty swallowing and chewing.
The absence of significant side effects, Venook said, means that “either they did not treat enough patients or, somehow, these cancers are just plain different.”
In an editorial accompanying the paper, Dr. Hanna K. Sanoff of the University of North Carolina’s Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, who was not involved in the study, called it “small but compelling.” She added, though, that it is not clear if the patients are cured.
“Very little is known about the duration of time needed to find out whether a clinical complete response to dostarlimab equates to cure,” Sanoff said in the editorial.
Dr. Kimmie Ng, a colorectal cancer expert at Harvard Medical School, said that while the results were “remarkable” and “unprecedented,” they would need to be replicated.
The inspiration for the rectal cancer study came from a clinical trial Diaz led in 2017 that Merck, the drugmaker, funded. It involved 86 people with metastatic cancer that originated in various parts of their bodies. But the cancers all shared a gene mutation that prevented cells from repairing damage to DNA. These mutations occur in 4% of all cancer patients.
Patients in that trial took a Merck checkpoint inhibitor, pembrolizumab, for up to two years. Tumors shrank or stabilized in about one-third to one-half of the patients, and they lived longer. Tumors vanished in 10% of the trial’s participants.
That led Cercek and Diaz to ask: What would happen if the drug were used much earlier in the course of disease, before the cancer had a chance to spread?
They settled on a study of patients with locally advanced rectal cancer — tumors that had spread in the rectum and sometimes to the lymph nodes but not to other organs. Cercek had noticed that chemotherapy was not helping a portion of patients who had the same mutations that affected the patients in the 2017 trial. Instead of shrinking during treatment, their rectal tumors grew.
Perhaps, Cercek and Diaz reasoned, immunotherapy with a checkpoint inhibitor would allow such patients to avoid chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.
Diaz began asking companies that made checkpoint inhibitors if they would sponsor a small trial. They turned him down, saying the trial was too risky. He and Cercek wanted to give the drug to patients who could be cured with standard treatments. What the researchers were proposing might end up allowing the cancers to grow beyond the point at which they could be cured.
“It is very hard to alter the standard of care,” Diaz said. “The whole standard-of-care machinery wants to do the surgery.”
Finally, a small biotechnology firm, Tesaro, agreed to sponsor the study. Tesaro was bought by GlaxoSmithKline, and Diaz said he had to remind the larger company that they were doing the study — company executives had all but forgotten about the small trial.
Their first patient was Sascha Roth, then 38. She first noticed some rectal bleeding in 2019 but otherwise felt fine — she is a runner and helps manage a family furniture store in Bethesda, Maryland.
During a sigmoidoscopy, she recalled, her gastroenterologist said, “Oh no. I was not expecting this!”
The next day, the doctor called Roth. He had had the tumor biopsied. “It’s definitely cancer,” he told her.
“I completely melted down,” she said.
Soon, she was scheduled to start chemotherapy at Georgetown University, but a friend had insisted she first see Dr. Philip Paty at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Paty told her he was almost certain her cancer included the mutation that made it unlikely to respond well to chemotherapy. It turned out, though, that Roth was eligible to enter the clinical trial. If she had started chemotherapy, she would not have been.
Not expecting a complete response to dostarlimab, Roth had planned to move to New York for radiation, chemotherapy and possibly surgery after the trial ended. To preserve her fertility after the expected radiation treatment, she had her ovaries removed and put back under her ribs.
After the trial, Cercek gave her the news.
“We looked at your scans,” she said. “There is absolutely no cancer.” She did not need any further treatment.
“I told my family,” Roth said. “They didn’t believe me.”
But two years later, she still does not have a trace of cancer.
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  Get easy free money online $500,000 in Funding. Jobs with Free housing
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-06-2022, 06:05 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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  How to earn easy free money online $100,000 a year passive retirement Income
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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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  HOW TO EARN $100,000 a year Passive Retirement Income
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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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  Get easy free money online $500,000 in Funding.
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Passive income also known as "Unearned Income" is income that can be earned automatically with minimal labor to earn or maintain. It can be a great way to help one generate extra cash flow, whether he or she is running a side hustle or just trying to get a little extra dough each month.

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International Property Buy and Sell.
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What is Passive Income?

Passive income is money you earn that doesn’t require you to do a lot of “active” work to continue making it. In essence, you can do most of the work upfront and put some additional effort along the way to earn an income. 

For example, if you create an online course, you just need to update its content to keep the money flowing.

You’ve probably heard the expression, “make money while you sleep.” That’s the biggest draw that entices people to earn passive income.

You can create something (a blog, course, ebook, videos, or an online store) that generates money even when you’re not working. Or you can make passive income investments (property or stocks) that allow you to earn passively.

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Wink How to Earn $30,000 a Year in Passive Retirement Income
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-05-2022, 03:52 AM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

Retirement savings are essential, but retirement income can level up your outlook.
Retirement would be a lot easier if you could give up the work but keep the paycheck. Sadly, no employer is quite that generous. Most of us need to replace our working income in retirement, so we can stay afloat financially. That income replacement can come from savings distributions, passive income streams, or both.
Passive income is good for retirees
Passive income is particularly appealing for retirees. Here's one big reason why. When you have cash coming in, you are less reliant on investment liquidations to fund your retirement distributions. Investment liquidations aren't bad, but they do lower your earnings potential going forward.
Stock liquidations expose you to short-term market fluctuations as well. If the market happens to be down the day you liquidate, for example, you'll get less value for a position than you'd like.
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Fortunately, you should have one passive income stream coming your way already -- your Social Security benefit. And there's another passive income source that's easily accessible -- dividend stocks. Together, these two income streams can realistically produce passive retirement income of $30,000 or more per year. Read on to find out how.
1. Social Security
The average Social Security benefit in 2022 is $1,658 monthly, which equates to just under $20,000 a year. Depending on your income history, your benefit could be higher or lower.

To project your estimated benefit at your expected retirement date, open an account at my Social Security. The online portal estimates your monthly benefit at different claiming ages.
You'll see that delaying the start of Social Security does raise your monthly benefit. Putting off retirement is one strategy for increasing your passive retirement income -- but it's not the only one. Other actions that could bump up your Social Security income include:

  • Correcting any missing information in your work record. You can find your work record in your my Social Security account. If your work record is incomplete, your calculated benefit will be too low. Contact Social Security to have your work record corrected.
  • Working at least 35 years. Your benefit considers your average income, calculated from your highest-paid 35 years of working. If you've only worked, say, 30 years, the average calculation assumes zero income for the five missing years. That creates a lower income average and in turn a lower benefit.
  • Earning more now. Higher income now and for the rest of your career will increase your Social Security benefit at retirement. You can test this in the my Social Security portal. Look for the box to update your average future annual salary and see how those changes flow through to your benefit.
2. Dividend stocks
Premium dividend stocks and funds usually yield 2% to 4% of your invested capital. Using that datapoint and some quick math, you can calculate how large your dividend portfolio must be to produce the income you want. Divide the target income by 2% for a conservative estimate. If you're targeting $10,000 in dividend income, for example, you'd need $500,000 of dividend-paying shares that yield 2%.
Amassing $500,000 worth of dividend-paying shares is no small task, but it's doable if you have a longer timeline. A compound interest calculator like this one can help you work out the details. As an example, a monthly investment of $650 can grow to $500,000 in 25 years with an inflation-adjusted average annual growth rate of 7%.

You could invest this money in a low-fee, quality-screened dividend fund. A fund gives you quick diversification. Plus, the fund will automatically drop stocks that fail to meet quality criteria. Funds to research include the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG -1.12%), the iShares Core Dividend Growth ETF (DGRO -1.07%), or the iShares Core High Dividend ETF (HDV -0.33%).
You'll want to hold these shares in a tax-advantaged retirement account. Otherwise, you'll pay taxes annually on the dividend income. And one more thing: Reinvest your dividends automatically while you're still working. You can switch to cash distributions once you retire.
Cash flow is king
Even a small stream of passive retirement income improves your financial flexibility and the longevity of your savings. You should get some income from Social Security -- but you can do so much more with some planning.
Specifically, you can raise your income to push your Social Security benefit higher. And you can increase your retirement contributions and start investing in dividend-paying shares. Make those changes today and kick off a new and improved outlook on your retirement.


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  Call center hotel jobs in montego bay now hiring earn US$150.00 per day
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-03-2022, 04:25 PM - Forum: Get free money to start your dream business . - No Replies

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Hotels in Montego Bay are plentiful, which makes sense as this is one of the hottest beach areas in Jamaica, home to a beautiful swath of white-sand beach backed by a sparkling turquoise sea. But with so much variety, it can be hard to know where to stay.

First, you'll want to decide on the style of resort you are looking for: Do you want an adult-only luxury hotel for a romantic vacation, or a family friendly resort for a holiday with the kids? Do you want an all-inclusive property, so you don't have to worry about paying for meals each day? Montego Bay has all these kinds of hotels.

There are also options to rent entire swanky private homes or smaller but still luxe villas. You can even stay in an over-the-water bungalow at one luxury resort. And for those on a budget, don't fear. There are cheaper hotel choices that allow you to enjoy this stretch of Caribbean paradise without maxing out your credit card. Here are our favorite hotels in Montego Bay:

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Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-03-2022, 04:25 PM - Forum: Get free money to start your dream business . - No Replies

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Jamaicans shattering the ceilings in Canada’s healthcare system

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At age nine, Dionne Sinclair was told by her Jamaican primary school educator, ‘Teacher Thomas’, that she was her “Scholarship Girl”, and that title directed her life throughout her illustrious career in the medical field in Canada.

Sinclair, who has made history by being named vice-president of Complex Care & Recovery & Chief Nursing Executive of Ontario’s largest mental health facility, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), is one of the few black women in Canada’s healthcare system in such a position.

On July 26, she steps into her new position, where she will have 3,000 people reporting to her, while managing a budget of C$92 million.

Making the massive move to CAMH straight out of the Southlake Regional Hospital, Toronto, where she served as Multi-site Director in Diversity and Cultural Advancement, identifying gaps and developing strategies to create more just and equitable workplaces, the Resort, Manchester-born nurse, who holds a master’s in healthcare management, was forced to leave Canadian high school in 10th grade because of her accent; instead, she was told to take up vocational training.
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LIFE-CHANGING INFLUENCE

Had it not been for Teacher Thomas’ influence, which spurred Sinclair’s determination, the advice from her Canadian high school guidance counsellor that she was not college or university material would probably have been realised, but scholarship-oriented students are not easily dissuaded, particularly if they are coming from a solid foundation, and Sinclair had that in her favour.

“We were told to get our education in high school, so we, my brother Steve and I, were put in a technical school in London, Ontario, called HB Beale. I went into practical nursing and he did sheet metal work,” Sinclair told The Sunday Gleaner.

Hearing that the only education she could qualify for was high school was something Sinclair said never occurred to her at the time.

“An adult saying I am going to be done in high school and I never had to do any more school, I thought, ‘wow, what a sweet deal’,” she recalled.

The black and Caribbean students were not alone, though. Anyone who didn’t speak ‘English’, such as the Asians, were put into dry cleaning and the Spanish into the hospitality sector so they could change the sheets in the hotels. This was the 1980s in London, Ontario, where Sinclair’s parents moved to from Jamaica.

But, like a true trojan, the five-feet-four-inches tall woman did exceptionally well in the Registered Practical Nursing (RPN) programme, actually topping her class and went further, outpacing her peers in the provincial exam to get her nursing licence, inspiring an unbiased teacher who recommended her to a diploma class at Fanshawe College.

And that was all the encouragement Sinclair needed to become a registered nurse. Of course, the stumbling blocks were not out of her way. She had to tutor herself in 11th, 12th and 13th grade physics, biology and chemistry, because she had only made it to high school.

No easy nut to crack, her tenacity and diligence paid off, and today she quips about the struggle “dissecting the mitochondria (membrane-bound cell organelles that generate most of the chemical energy needed to power the cell’s biochemical reactions) into something, something”.

Entering two years of college at the University of Western Ontario without the requisite subjects, Sinclair still graduated with a 95 per cent average, “because I am Teacher Thomas’ scholarship girl and I could not fail”.

By then she had become a mother of two, and knowing their future was in her hands, she said failure was just not an option. Her parents were their guardian angels and like Jamaican families are renowned for, helped with the kids, while Sinclair was awarded her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
UPWARD MOBILITY

The country girl from the cool hills of Manchester, where today the mangoes fall from the trees during season because there aren’t enough mouths to eat, graduated with her BSc, and immediately decided she couldn’t go back to bedpans in the hospitals.

It has been upward mobility since. She worked in the prison system as head nurse, taking the first institution she handled out of paper into automation. Within a few years, the Ministry of Corrections saw her worth and transferred her to Ottawa to set up an infirmary on a hospital wing inside the jail there.

Slowly, Sinclair became an agent of change in every environment she was placed, and because she was ambitious she couldn’t settle for anything that seemed stagnant. She had climbed the highest ladder in the system as healthcare coordinator and moved on next to the Royal Ottawa Hospital as a supervisor.

Again, she knew what she could bring to the table and in two years in quality improvement, she helped them through successful accreditation. Her next stint was at Humber River Hospital, where she met her mentor, Paula Villafana, director of mental health and addictions at the medical facility.

The rest is history, she said. “Paula saw my potential and she gave me a lot of leadership development, by coaching me and encouraging me when I decided to leave to become a director elsewhere.”

Sinclair moved into the world of directorship and started her first post in this new realm as director of complex care at St Vincent Hospital, where she had 330 beds, and managers and supervisors reporting to her directly.

At age 53, this Jamaican girl has shattered all the ceilings ever hovering over her head.

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Wink This Small Florida Town Is One of the Most Affordable Places to Buy a Beach House in
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-03-2022, 03:33 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

This Small Florida Town Is One of the Most Affordable Places to Buy a Beach House in the U.S.'

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South Florida's picture-perfect oceanfront landscapes and sun-kissed beaches have always been a draw for vacationers and second home buyers. But for the past two years, the real estate market in the Sunshine State has been sizzling hot with demand for prime beachfront real estate at an all-time high, driving home prices in popular destinations into the stratosphere. But that doesn't mean owning a vacation home in Florida is completely out of reach. In fact, one of the most affordable beachfront towns for homeowners, according to Realtor.com, is located between two of the most exclusive communities in the state — Palm Beach and Miami — but homes there come with a much lower price tag, the second lowest in the country after Atlantic City, New Jersey.
We are talking about the small town of Deerfield Beach, where the median listing home price in April was $228,500, according to Realtor.com.

"Deerfield Beach is a bit of a hidden gem and offers the benefits of seaside living at a much lower price. There's lots of variety when it comes to homes, with more expensive homes right on the water and less expensive options further inland," Clare Trapasso, Realtor.com's deputy news editor, said via email.
With 515 homes for sale across 14 neighborhoods right now ranging from $33,000 to $5.7 million, Deerfield Beach has a residence to match many buyers' preferences — and budgets.
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But what makes this sunny town, home to about 83,000 residents, a great vacation home destination is the variety of activities, natural sights, and resort-style amenities that it offers visitors of all ages.
While the South Florida shoreline has no shortage of fantastic beaches, Deerfield Beach stands out with its "Blue Wave" beach, designated by the Clean Beach Council. And while the crystal clean waters of the Atlantic Ocean — and the endless recreational opportunities they provide — are certainly a draw, the town's main attraction is the International Fishing Pier, a 976-foot pier, where fishing enthusiasts and onlookers flock daily.
The town is also home to Quiet Waters Park, where amenities include campgrounds, a marina, and the longest cable water-skiing course in the country. Travelers also love walking along Deerfield Beach's boardwalk, beautifully framed by swaying palms, and grabbing a bite in one of the many eateries that offer the freshest, locally caught seafood (often with a side of gorgeous ocean vistas).

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Wink LeBron James joins Michael Jordan as the only NBA billionaires
Posted by: Daily Scoop - 06-03-2022, 03:23 PM - Forum: General Discussion & News - No Replies

LeBron James is officially a billionaire. The Los Angeles Lakers star is worth an estimated $1 billion, according to Forbes, which makes him the first active NBA player to join the billionaire club.
The only other basketball player to be worth 10 figures is Michael Jordan, who earned that moniker 11 years after he retired when his stake in the Charlotte Hornets increased to 89.5 percent in 2014.

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While James has earned more than $385 million in pretax salary during his 19-year NBA career, per Forbes, he accrued most of his wealth off the court through some savvy business moves over the past few years. Those investments helped him grow his net worth to the estimated $1 billion threshold he only recently crossed.
What's even more incredible is James manifested this milestone after saying he wanted to become a billionaire in a 2014 interview with GQ.

Quote:"If it happens. It’s my biggest milestone. Obviously. I want to maximize my business. And if I happen to get it, if I happen to be a billion-dollar athlete, ho. Hip hip hooray! Oh, my God, I’m gonna be excited."
Where LeBron made his money
Forbes broke down James' biggest revenue generators from his various endeavors:
The Spring Hill Company: $300 million: A combination of James' Robot Company marketing agency, athlete brand Uninterrupted and SpringHill Entertainment.
Fenway Sports Group: $90 million: James owns 1 percent of FSG, which itself owns the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park and Liverpool Football Club. The group also has stakes in Roush Fenway Racing, the New England Sports Network and the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Real Estate properties: $80 million: James owns at least three properties – in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Akron, Ohio.
Blaze Pizza: $30 million: James invested $1 million for a 10 percent stake in 2012 before the company grew to more than 300 stores in the United States and Canada. He also personally owned 18 franchise stores in Florida and Illinois.
Miscellaneous investments: $500 million: Forbes estimates James has half a billion in other net assets that include other profitable investments like Beats by Dre, the sports nutrition company Ladder, Tonal and Lyft.
James' other pursuits
Becoming the first active billionaire basketball player isn't the only thing James is trying to accomplish in his life. He opened up an elementary school – I Promise – in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, through his LeBron James Family Foundation in 2018, and acted in multiple movies – one of which, Space Jam 2, was produced by his and Maverick Carter's production company.
James has also talked about owning his own NBA team since 2016, something that could happen sooner rather than later after Bill Simmons of The Ringer suggested Fenway Sports Group might be involved in the NBA's potential expansion teams.
Either way, LeBron James has cemented himself as one of the richest NBA players of all time, and he could eventually eclipse Jordan's estimated $1.7 billion net worth before his playing career even ends.

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