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  • Alfred I. Daniel, pharmacologist

    Alfred I. Daniel, pharmacologist
    Alfred I. Daniel, who had a long career as a pharmacologist working for various pharmaceutical companies, died Feb. 26 at Howard County General Hospital. He was 80. The son of Leonard Daniel, who worked for the National Geographic Society, and Emily...
  • UCI loses slugfest

    The pink embroidered trim on the UC Irvine baseball cap logo Saturday fit the slogan "Think Pink" to promote breast cancer awareness. It could have also symbolized blood rare, as in the amount of times a game at notoriously pitcher-friendly Anteater...
  • The stigma of lung cancer

    The stigma of lung cancer
    My mother has lung cancer. She never smoked. I recall the moment I heard the news. I was at work, and I immediately left my office in tears and aimlessly wandered nearby neighborhoods, unable to make sense of this new reality or my own complex range...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EST

    Thousands to march in Moscow to mourn slain veteran Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov Thousands are expected to march through central Moscow to mourn veteran liberal politician Boris Nemtsov, whose killing has shaken Russia's beleaguered...
  • Tiny Missouri town mourns after gunman kills 7, then himself

    Residents of a small southern Missouri town struggled to come to grips with the knowledge that one of their own had killed seven people in a spasm of violence that ended when the gunman shot himself to death on a rural county road. Joseph Jesse Aldridge,...
  • Why carbs don't deserve rap as new diet villain

    It's become popular to think of foods as either good or bad, something to eat or something to avoid. Carbohydrates, which had their moment as a good food back when fat was the bad guy, are now being blamed in part for the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and...
  • House OKs income tax check-off to support cancer research

    A young cancer survivor took center stage Friday in the Kentucky House as lawmakers voted to allow taxpayers to donate portions of their state income-tax refunds to support pediatric cancer research. The House voted 93-0 to pass its version of the...
  • Kids of Character: Alexis "Lexi" Lavere

    Kids of Character: Alexis "Lexi" Lavere
    Alexis "Lexi" Lavere Age: 11 School: Floranada Elementary in Fort Lauderdale Grade: Fifth Hometown: Fort Lauderdale Trait: Respect Through her volunteering and showing respect for others, Alexis proves to students that actions matter. "I...
  • Aiding the fight vs. cancer

    Facial hair and pink T-shirts aren't standard at Marian Catholic High School, but the Chicago Heights school makes exceptions for the right cause. Such was the case recently, when the school, with the support of its student body, raised $5,000 for The...
  • 5 projects to get Obamacare research funds totaling $64M

     5 projects to get Obamacare research funds totaling $64M
    The latest round of research funding through the Affordable Care Act was approved Tuesday, totaling $64 million for five projects. More dollars will be awarded throughout the year. Illinois hospitals so far have secured about $35 million since 2012 to...
  • Moffitt Cancer Center wins grant for ovarian cancer research

    Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa is receiving a $250,000 grant to continue research into ovarian cancer in older women, for whom the disease often is more aggressive. The money comes from the Kay Yow Cancer Fund in partnership with The V Foundation for...