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Cancer

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  • Young Kansas City Royals fan whose cancer fight gained attention during World Series dies

    OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas boy whose fight against cancer and love of the Kansas City Royals received national attention during last year's World Series has died. He was 7. Noah Wilson of Olathe died Tuesday night at a hospital, his family...
  • Young Royals fan whose cancer fight gained attention dies

    A Kansas boy whose fight against cancer and love of the Kansas City Royals received national attention during last year's World Series has died. He was 7. Noah Wilson of Olathe died Tuesday night at a hospital, his family announced. Noah had his last...
  • Gov. Larry Hogan says he'll leave hospital Wednesday after chemo

    Gov. Larry Hogan says he'll leave hospital Wednesday after chemo
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that his chemotherapy treatments are going well and that he expects to be released from the University of Maryland hospital Wednesday. Hogan, who entered the hospital Saturday to begin treatment for Stage 3 non-Hodgkin's...
  • She'll cut the shirt off your back

    She'll cut the shirt off your back
    Melodie Blaize destroys clothes for a living. Instead of working off a mannequin in a studio, Blaize snips shirts, dresses and pants while people are wearing them. She mostly does this in public, at festivals and at private parties, while dancing around...
  • Maryland governor feeling 'really strong' amid chemotherapy

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he's "feeling really strong" as he nears the end of his first round of cancer chemotherapy. Hogan said in a Facebook post Tuesday morning that he was starting his fourth day of 24-hour treatments. He says he expects to...
  • Daughter, terminally ill mom bond through Penguins hockey

    Michelle Hardy has little use for the NHL offseason. Told she has 12 to 18 months to live because of a terminal form of brain cancer, Hardy, 46, wants hockey back — and soon. "I'm sad hockey season is over," Hardy said. "I need it to start soon."...
  • Glen Burnie East: Scholarship recipient reclaims what cancer took

    Glen Burnie East: Scholarship recipient reclaims what cancer took
    Riding on her stellar grades, senior Allison Borror was allowed to graduate in 2014 while hospitalized from Northeast High School. This year, Borror returned to Northeast — but not because she had to. She was determined to reclaim some of the...
  • Hogan begins chemo treatment for Stage 3 cancer

    Hogan begins chemo treatment for Stage 3 cancer
    Gov. Larry Hogan began chemotherapy treatments for Stage 3 cancer on Saturday, he announced. In a post on his Facebook page Sunday, Hogan said, in part "I'm happy to report that things could not be going any better. I just made it through the first 24...
  • As Hogan begins treatment, survivors tell what it's like to have non-Hodgkin lymphoma

    As Hogan begins treatment, survivors tell what it's like to have non-Hodgkin lymphoma
    Like Gov. Larry Hogan, for John Banusiewicz it all started with a lump on his neck. It looked like a swollen gland, but he didn't feel sick. Then, it didn't go away. After a month or so, the Arnold resident decided to get the lump checked out. That...
  • Maryland governor starts chemotherapy for lymphoma

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has begun chemotherapy treatments for an aggressive form of cancer. Hogan announced last week that he's been diagnosed with an advanced stage of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. He said the cancer responds well to treatment and...
  • Coal City superintendent juggles daughter's cancer treatment, twister damage

    Coal City superintendent juggles daughter's cancer treatment, twister damage
    Monday dawned with an uneasy feeling for Kent Bugg. It was the day that he and his wife would be taking their 14-year-old daughter for her first of 20 proton radiation treatments for cancer. But before day's end, the Coal City schools superintendent...