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Breast Cancer

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  • Cancer survivors celebrate life

    Rocking inflatable guitars and dancing to the sounds of 1950s classics, Melissa Dowd and her son Finn, 5, enjoyed the festivities at Carroll Hospital's fourth annual National Cancer Survivors Day Sunday afternoon at the Carroll County Farm Museum in...
  • Should you put your trust in medical research?

    Should you put your trust in medical research?
    A friend of mine, a physician with 30 years of experience in medical research who has published in the world's top medical journals, recently said to me, "I don't believe most of the studies published in the medical literature anymore." His candid...
  • Northern Illinois home where musicians performed for sale

    A northern Illinois home where musicians such as folk singer Pete Seeger once performed and signed the wooden rafters is for sale. The five-bedroom home on 1 acre of land in Woodstock is listed at $250,000, according to The (Crystal Lake) Northwest...
  • Post-cancer fitness brings new life for survivors

    Two years ago, Allison Kashon tried to hit the gym three times a week. She rode her bike regularly and got her cardio in on treadmills and ellipticals. All the stuff to keep a body healthy, she says. But in December of 2013, the Longport resident had to...
  • EXCHANGE: Young cancer survivors offer each other support

    Breast cancer is hard. Being diagnosed with breast cancer at 30 might be even harder. For Katie Parker, it helped quite a bit to know she wasn't the only one. Parker was diagnosed in the summer of 2012. She was single and living alone in Chicago....
  • Scientists from FAU hunt for sea sponges that fight cancer

    Think of it as drawing medicine from the sea. Florida Atlantic University scientists have developed a sophisticated device that allows them to inspect ocean reefs and collect sponges with chemicals to fight an array of diseases, from Alzheimer's to...
  • Kevin Ollie Predicts Big Things For Peers Headed To NBA

     Kevin Ollie Predicts Big Things For Peers Headed To NBA
    HARTFORD — Kevin Ollie remains at UConn, with ties that keep him connected to the people in Connecticut. "I'm going to be here every year," Ollie told the crowd at Bushnell Park, many of whom were breast cancer survivors like his mother, before...
  • Race For The Cure Brings Out Best In Champion, Others

    Race For The Cure Brings Out Best In Champion, Others
    HARTFORD — When Omer Abdulrahman came to this country a little over a year ago, he was drawn to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure because he sympathized with the cause, battling breast cancer by aiding care and bolstering research through race...
  • Connecticut Ties Run Deep For Kevin Ollie

    Connecticut Ties Run Deep For Kevin Ollie
    HARTFORD – Kevin Ollie remains at UConn, with ties that keep him connected with the people in Connecticut. "I'm going to be here every year," Ollie told the crowd at Bushnell Park, many of whom were breast cancer survivors like his mother,...
  • On The Fly: LeBron Must Go It Alone, It Seems, With Irving Out

    If LeBron James is going to take home a title, he's going to have to basically do it by himself. The Cavaliers, who lost Kevin Love earlier in the playoffs, have lost Kyrie Irving, who has a fractured knee cap. Cleveland is trailing Golden State, 1-0. Can...
  • Pleasantdale students set record for money raised in Relay event

    Pleasantdale students set record for money raised in Relay event
    Pleasantdale Middle School students dressed in athletic gear gathered Friday morning at the Pleasant Dale Park District for the school's Relay for Life event like they've been doing for the past seven years. But this year was different. The students...