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Breast Cancer

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  • Gaymarie Tomlinson: Dance-studio owner inspired students to do their best

    Gaymarie Tomlinson, owner and artistic director of Studio 5D Dynasty Dance Centre in Winter Springs, spent more than three decades getting her dance students off on the right foot. More than 5,000 students passed through the Lake Mary resident's dance...
  • READER SUBMITTED: A Student Of The Glenholme School Is Recognized By DAR

    Each year, the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) present the Good Citizenship Award to youth who demonstrate outstanding character, dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism. In June, the Judea Chapter of DAR honored high school students...
  • Arctic veteran and cancer survivor continues fitness regimen at 82

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. Eileen Birdsong has faced cancer three times over the past two decades, but she has never let it slow her down. During eight months of radiation treatment for breast cancer in the mid-1990s, the Pleasanton woman walked the 6-mile...
  • Play For PINK Golf And Tennis At Farmington Woods

    Play For PINK Golf And Tennis At Farmington Woods
    AVON — Farmington Woods will hold its first Play for PINK Golf and Tennis Classic on Aug. 4. The purpose of the event is to raise money for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which funds more than a dozen research projects in four countries,...
  • Women face gender-specific challenges in fighting addiction and alcoholism

    MIAMI "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" trumpeted a popular book in the 1990s. Author John Gray didn't sell 50 million copies of his book and spark a pop culture fire by telling us anything most of us hadn't learned by grade school. Men and women...
  • Joan Lunden has breast cancer, is in 'warrior mode'

    Joan Lunden, who co-hosted "Good Morning America" for 17 years, has been diagnosed with breast cancer. "In the beginning, it's such a shock, it's a stunner, and you think, 'I do everything right!,'" she said on her old show, sitting down Tuesday to...
  • Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director

    Anne Marie Murphy, breast cancer task force director
    After Anne Marie Murphy came to the United States from her native Ireland to earn her doctorate in molecular genetics from Johns Hopkins University, she planned to "become an academician," she said. Volunteering at a clinic for domestic abuse victims...
  • A Different View Of Course For Race's Top Survivor

     A Different View Of Course For Race's Top Survivor
    NEW BRITAIN — Kristin Kelleher had run the Race in the Park 5K to support breast cancer research in the past. But this year was different. On Saturday, she ran as a breast cancer survivor. Kelleher, 44, of Cromwell was the top survivor to finish...
  • WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison

    WNBA player gains strength after losing mom to cancer, dad to prison
    The amount of peanut butter must be perfectly equal to jelly when Krystal Thomas makes a sandwich. "I have to make it the same way my mom did," said the 6-foot-5 center for the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury. "I eat oatmeal every single morning because she used...
  • Hundreds take part in Ride for the Feast

    Hundreds take part in Ride for the Feast
    This weekend a convoy of nearly 300 bike riders canvassed 140 miles of state highways, back roads and bike trails to equate the farthest distance that members of a Baltimore-based community organization travel to deliver free food and services to people...
  • Matt Wieters placed on 15-day disabled list as Chris Davis returns to lineup

    Matt Wieters placed on 15-day disabled list as Chris Davis returns to lineup
    On the same day first baseman Chris Davis returned from the disabled list, the club lost starting catcher Matt Wieters for at least 15 days. It has been that kind of a start this season for the Orioles, who have not had their best players in the...