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Set at the beginning of World War II, «The Sound of Music» tells the story of Captain Georg von Trapp, an Austrian veteran of World War I, who hires former nun Maria to care after his children

The team behind «The Sound of Music» live TV special has found their Captain von Trapp.

On Friday, NBC announced that «True Blood» star Stephen Moyer will play the Austrian single father of seven in an upcoming telecast of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s acclaimed musical. Singer Carrie Underwood had previously been tapped for 전주출장안마 the role of Maria.

Moyer is no stranger to the stage. A graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, the 43-year-old British actor has spent time with the National Theatre of Wales, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Oxford Stage Company and the Young Vic in England.

In July, Moyer starred in a Hollywood Bowl production of «Chicago.»

He is best known for his portrayal of Bill Compton on HBO’s vampire drama, appearing on the vampire drama series since 2008.

Set at the beginning of World War II, «The Sound of Music» tells the story of Captain Georg von Trapp, an Austrian veteran of World War I, who hires former nun Maria to care after his children. Eventually, von Trapp and Maria fall in love.

First staged in 1959, the musical went on to become a huge smash, spawning a 1965 film adaptation starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer which won five Academy Awards, including best picture.

«The Sound of Music» live holiday production will air Dec. 5 on NBC.

Tell us: Do you think Moyer is a good fit to play von Trapp?

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Now there is more evidence that hormones and breast cancer are linked.

A new analysis documents a staggering 7 percent drop in U.S. breast cancer rates in 2003. The report, presented Thursday at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, does not prove a link between hormone therapy and breast cancer, but strongly suggests it, many experts said.

«When I saw it, I couldn’t believe it,» statistician Donald Berry of the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston said of the drop.

Cancers take years to form, so going off hormones would not instantly prevent new tumors. But tumors that had been developing might stop growing, shrink or disappear so they were no longer detected by mammograms, doctors theorized.

Cases dropped most among women 50 and older — the age group taking hormones. The decline was biggest for tumors whose growth is fueled by estrogen — the type most affected by hormone use.

The drop was seen in every single cancer registry that reports information to the federal government, and no big change occurred with any other major type of cancer. These are strong signs that the breast cancer decline is no statistical fluke or error.

«It’s very difficult to wrap your arms around this subject of the various pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy,» adds CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook.

«It’s a big deal … amazing, really,» said another of the researchers, Dr. Rowan Chlebowski of Harbor-UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. «It’s better than a cure» because these are cases that never occurred, he said.

About 200,000 cases of breast cancer had been expected that year; the drop means that about 14,000 fewer women actually were diagnosed with the disease.

A separate study by the American Cancer Society, currently in press with a medical journal, also documents the drop. Lead author Ahmedin Jemal attributes two-thirds of it to a decline in hormone use and the rest to mammography use leveling off, resulting in fewer tumors being detected.

«We are really trying to look at the big picture,» he said. «You cannot rule out the effect of screening.»

Breast cancer is the most common major cancer in American women and the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women. About 213,000 new cases are expected to occur in the United States this year and more than 1 million worldwide.

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