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Cancer

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Top Cancer Articles

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  • Propoasl would eliminate property taxes in Acreage cancer cluster

     
    State Rep. Kevin Rader, D-Boynton Beach, is introducing legislation Thursday to eliminate the property taxes for homeowners whose property has been declared a cancer cluster. This is aimed at the Acreage in Palm Beach County. Rader plans to introduce an.....
  • A call to alms -- Walk for cancer, supplies for soldiers

     
    For those in a giving mood, wanted to start the week by letting you know about two opportunities that have come across my inbox -- a charity walk to help a sick 9-year-old girl in Dania Beach on Saturday and......
  • Not just tomatoes; Regi's also raising funds

     
    I don't usually like to mix my food with fundraisers, much less with fundraisers for awful diseases, but I can't turn down my faithful Waverly Farmers' Market correspondent, Alan Morstein of Regi's American Bistro.Morstein, who recently put me onto the......
  • Pink sticks, pads, pediatrics and hashtag battles

     
    NFL players have been sporting pink gloves, cleats, and even mouthguards this month to promote breast cancer awareness. This month is also Hockey Fights Cancer month in the NHL. This week, the Florida Panthers Foundation announced it had donated $400,000....
  • Florida Panthers using KG-Villanueva flap to support team???s fight against cancer

     
    In July, the Florida Panthers created a ???Seats Fit for a King??? season ticket promotion in honor of LeBron James??? old and new jersey numbers with $23 lower bowl and $6 upper level (per game) tickets. In September, they sold......
  • 'American Idol' results: Top 6 revealed

     
    For the first group performance tonight, before we learn who is out on American Idol, Stefano, Jacob, Lauren and Haley sing Train's "Hey Soul Sister." I'm pretty over that song, but you know ... these small-group performances this season have......
  • It's "Don't Fry" Friday

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Today is “Don’t Fry Day,” designated by the EPA and the National Council on Skin Cancer to remind Americans to protect themselves and their kids from too much sun. As you head off for the beach or park,......
  • Former Congressman Mark Foley has prostate cancer, surgery planned for Friday

     
    Former Congressman Mark Foley, diagnosed several weeks ago with an aggressive prostate cancer, will have surgery Friday morning to have his prostate removed. Foley, who was a Republican congressman from Palm Beach County for almost 12 years, said in a.......
  • A great sight to see: Fred O'Connor visits The Oxley

     
    Had to admit my heart skipped a beat when I heard a familiar voice this morning at The Oxley. Got up to check and be sure I was hearing right, and I was, and it was a great sight......
  • Bill Hager gets freshman legislator honors from Cancer Society

     
    State Rep. Bill Hager, R-Boca Raton, is being honored as freshman of the year in the Florida House of Representatives by the American Cancer Society. Hager was elected to the Legislature last year. He???s being recognized for his successful legislation......
  • Dating online? Check out Mr. Wonderful

     
    I have a theory that loneliness can be more lethal than cancer, and that it motivates people to put aside caution in the search for companionship, especially as the holidays approach.?? Based on what I'm hearing from friends, online dating sites can...