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email@example.comAbrielle Brewsaugh of Wilmore loves reading, painting, coloring and blowing bubbles. She also loves going to the “doctor’s house” for treatment of her acute lymphoblastic leukemia. At 3 years old, Abi is not fully aware of her...
Late at night, they studied in their living room. Marco stretched out on the floor. Nanci sat at a play table that she used as a makeshift desk. Together, they worked their way through algebra and geometry, grammar and physics. Nanci helped Marco with...
I was truly horrified to read the "Dear Pharmacist" column, "Why I disagree with Angelina Jolie's mastectomy decision." Suzy Cohen may be a pharmacist, but she is not a medical or surgical oncologist, nor is she a certified genetics counselor. Therefore,...
Reuters(Reuters) - Amgen Inc's trebananib drug for ovarian cancer extended the length of time that patients lived without the disease getting worse by about two months, meeting the main goal of a late-stage clinical trial, the company said on Wednesday. The...
Channel 2 NewsChannel 2 meteorologist Tracy Sinclare was diagnosed with breast cancer this past September. During that time, Tracy had six rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy and breast reconstructive surgery. She lost her hair, including her eyebrows and eye...
Tags: Health Treatments, Mastectomy, Breast Cancer
Julie Elkins cried only twice during her 11-year battle with breast cancer. The first time was while walking out of a clinic with the words, "You have cancer" ringing in her ears. The second was when her husband shaved her head. The Costa Mesa...
READER SUBMITTED: Goodwin College Nursing Graduate Alicia Gadzinski Receives Inspirational Alumni AwardGreater HartfordHaving emigrated from Poland to the United States and embarking on her path to a Nursing Degree, Alicia seemed to have overcome many of her challenges. However, her greatest foe was about to rear its head. "Several weeks before I started my first class,...
ReporterA small bell and a simple ceremony carry huge significance for the patients and staff of Blue Ridge Cancer Care. Marking the end of her chemotherapy treatments by reading a verse and ringing the bell was a moment Susan has focused on since she learned she...
Channel 2 NewsIn the winter of 2013, Dr. Matt Dudley started feeling sick. He started noticing he was bruising more, and to add to his symptoms, he developed an unusual tooth infection. That’s when Dudley decided it was time to check his own labs. When the...
Tags: Oncology, Medical Specialization, Leukemia
ReutersBy Bill Berkrot June 2 (Reuters) - The widely used Roche Holding AG cancer drug Avastin failed to prolong survival when added to chemo-radiation therapy for glioblastoma - a fast-growing type of brain tumor - according to data presented on Sunday....
Early detection of cancer is the best chance of cure, right? Maybe not. A growing body of counterintuitive evidence suggests that some cancer-screening tests — including those for breast, prostate, colon, lung and cervical cancer — may be...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — For Trina Beall, crossing the finish line Saturday meant more than just completing the Sunburst 10K race. For Beall, running is more than just exercise. It’s a way to regain her health and avoid a heart transplant. She crossed...
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