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Amgen Inc. is a biotechnology company that develops medicines used in the treatment of cancer, kidney disease, arthritis, bone disease and other serious illnesses. The Thousand Oaks company's top-selling products include arthritis medication Enbrel,...
While marijuana use is still illegal under federal law, the general direction of state laws regarding marijuana is clearly moving in the direction of leniency. Two states in November, Colorado and Washington, legalized it for recreational purposes....
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Chemical Industry, Laws, Seizures, Prosecution
Peter Stephan's search for a match to his rare and unique Armenian bone marrow began only recently, but his struggle with mantle cell lymphoma began years ago with sudden weight loss. The 53-year-old Glendale resident lost a rapid amount of weight in...
Tags: City of Hope, Lymphoma, Google Inc., Cancer, Medical Research
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs Jenny Tarter was helping getting the final preparations ready for Saturday’s Jennie Carol’s Memorial Mother’s Day 5K Run, she had a conversation with one of those who helps make the Centre College track available to race organizers...
The Southern Florida and Puerto Rico Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has announced that the co-chairs and candidates have been selected for the 2013 Man & Woman of the Year campaign in Fort Lauderdale. LLS funds blood cancer research and...
Tags: Lymphoma, Chiropractors, Biotechnology, Cancer, Leukemia
On Tuesday, Oscar-winning film star Angelina Jolie revealed she underwent a double mastectomy after learning she had a high risk of breast cancer. WSBT Reporter Denise Bohn knows all too well what Jolie has gone through. Bohn discovered she has the...
ReutersMay 14 (Reuters) - Here is a look at some female celebrities who have suffered breast cancer after Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie revealed on Tuesday she underwent a preventive double mastectomy to reduce the risk of breast cancer: SHERYL CROW: -...
Davaxha Trollinger is used to weekly trips to the hospital to treat the tumors all over her body. But on Friday, the 13-year-old was back at Chris Evert Children's Hospital in Fort Lauderdale for a different reason -- to get ready for her first prom....
South Bend TribuneThe Rev. Edward (Monk) Malloy, president emeritus of the University of Notre Dame, was recently elected to serve on the Riley Children’s Foundation board of governors. He will represent the South Bend region and will chair a regional committee here....
The Hartford CourantHe would be named Asaph. In January of 1987, Evelyn Schwapp found in the Old Testament the name of King David's chief musician, one appointed to raise the sounds of God's joy. She had been a member of the Glory Chapel choir in Hartford and more than...
email@example.comBarbara “Barb” Myers was a mother to many beyond her own family. When girls at Girls Inc. of Washington County, where she was a cook, found out she had pancreatic cancer, they flooded her mailbox with get-well cards. She was buried with...
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NEW YORK — David Mamet has his hustlers, Edward Albee his domestic warriors, Tony Kushner his brilliant self-flagellators. If playwright Christopher Shinn has a signature character, it is the manipulative victim — the half-sympathetic, half-...
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