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Breast Cancer

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  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Wednesday
    The health of an Ebola patient being treated in the state continues to improve. Journalism loses an icon. Here's what you need to know to start your Wednesday.    WEATHER As the English say, it’s positively “bucketing” out there,...
  • Sandra Rivera's Survival Story

    Sandra Rivera's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in April 2004 after noticing a lump.  It was hard and visible, different from the nodules or cysts I was used to feeling.  A mammogram and ultrasound detected two tumors in my right breast and two lesions too small for...
  • Nannette Baumwoll's Survival Story

    Nannette Baumwoll's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2004 after my regular mammogram. It was very upsetting. I had no symptoms. The surgery to remove the cancer was a one-day ordeal. Dr. Cannon did a lumpectomy at Baptist Hospital in Miami. The hospital and...
  • Religion column: Courage reflects the heart of God

    In a few days, the children in our neighborhood will dress up in costumes and go from house to house to collect candy and other treats from their friends and neighbors. Dressing up in costumes allows children to let their imaginations run wild as they...
  • Leesburg's Boo Bash is on Saturday

    Leesburg's Boo Bash is on Saturday
    Who said Lake County can’t scare things up this Halloween season? Leesburg is doing its best to get into the spooky spirit with an upcoming Halloween party on Towne Square. The annual Boo Bash will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday,...
  • Financial firm's breast cancer fundraiser: 'Trading for Ta-Tas'

    Financial firm's breast cancer fundraiser: 'Trading for Ta-Tas'
    During a month when pink is plastered on just about everything, a Lake Mary financial-education firm is putting its money where its pink ribbon is. Market Traders Institute, or MTI, has raised more than $11,000 since Oct. 1, when it began it's...
  • Lactation consultants should support mothers' decisions

    This is in response to “Why I don’t breast-feed, if you must know”, by Emily Wax-Thibodeaux. On behalf of the majority of International Board Certified Lactation Consultants, I’d like to offer the author an apology. I do not...
  • Blood tests in the works for breast cancer

    Blood tests in the works for breast cancer
    After breast cancer tumors are removed, many women undergo chemotherapy to eradicate any remaining cancer cells and reduce the risk that the disease will recur. The drugs can make them nauseous and anxious and lead to hair loss. But a blood test under...
  • Sally Field keynotes LSCRF Luncheon

    Sally Field keynotes LSCRF Luncheon
    The elegant ballroom of the Hilton Chicago was a sea of pink for the 29th annual Lynn Sage Cancer Research Foundation (LSCRF) luncheon on Oct. 14. More than 950 guests enjoyed a Q&A with Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe-Award winning actress Sally Field...
  • Seniors in Laguna Woods Village are craving medical marijuana

    Seniors in Laguna Woods Village are craving medical marijuana
    Inside Laguna Woods Village, retirees with stiff knees and failing eyesight make ready use of wellness centers and medical offices scattered throughout nearby strip malls. Residents such as Peggiann "Benji" Johnson — a breast cancer patient...
  • Struggling to survive

    I am glad there are cancer survivors, and I hope there will be many more. Yet, I want to thank Barbara Brotman for the column she wrote on metastatic breast cancer. My daughter Elise, who died last October of that dreadful illness, shared some of the...