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The Hartford CourantJackson Laboratory researchers say a specific molecule can be used to kill certain cancer cells. For a study in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, researchers at the Bar Habor, Maine, facility of Jackson Laboratory introduced a molecule known as DIDS...
The founder of a Newport Beach paddleboarding event that raises money for breast cancer detection has been named to the Susan G. Komen Orange County board of directors, according to a news release. Judie Vivian will serve on the 2013-14 foundation...
When the College of DuPage was asked to help make over a bedroom for a girl battling cancer, the decision was easy, college officials said. "Being able to help a young girl who is fighting this disease and doing something amazing while using skills...
When Ted Mullin was 12, he spent most of his summer in the pool learning the flip turn, a move many swimmers his age had already perfected. "Even though he was embarrassed and self-conscious, he had the inner discipline to keep at it and master it," said...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Health Treatments, Research, Swimming, Sports
Zap2itChrissy Amphlett, the sultry redhead who rocketed to fame with the 1990 Divinyls hit "I Touch Myself," has died at the age of 53. She passed away Sunday (April 21) at her home in New York City. "Christine Joy Amphlett succumbed to the effects of...
Tags: Australia, Chemotherapy, Breast Cancer, Music, Health Treatments
Researchers have already uncovered worrying signs that exposure to traffic – and the vehicle emissions that come with it – can increase a child’s risk of developing asthma and autism. Now comes evidence that it may make children more...
Daily American Staff WriterSIPESVILLE — As the saying goes, if you live each day as if it is your last, one day, you most certainly will be right. Jim Shroyer isn't a man who wastes time. He knows all too well how quickly it could run out. With his "rock," wife Sally,...
Avera St. Luke's Hospital plans to build an $11 million cancer center at least five times as big as its current cancer facility. The center would allow Avera to offer expanded services, help attract cancer specialists to the area and solidify Aberdeen'...
Jana Lyn Russell, 36, of Hagerstown, Md., and Edina, Minn., died Monday, March 4, 2013, peacefully at home surrounded by family. A precious child, Jana was the light of her family and many extended friends. At the age of 2, she was diagnosed with a...
Bobby Heravi did not want his son, Faryan, to hear the doctor's verdict and so made sure the boy's head was turned away when he asked about his son's chances of surviving an aggressive form of lymphoma. "With my mouth expression I said, 'What percent?'...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Using a computer tool to help doctors analyze mammography images increases the number of early, non-invasive breast cancers that are caught, but also means more women without cancer have to undergo follow-up ultrasounds and...
WINTER PARK — The scenery along the Connecticut River in Ascutney, Vt., is calling Gail Occhialini. The place where her family enjoys annual camping trips represents the future for Bishop Moore softball coach Dave Occhialini's wife as she...
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