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Cancer

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  • 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...
  • Former coach Henson out of hospital, starting chemotherapy

    Former Illinois and New Mexico State basketball coach Lou Henson has been released from a Texas hospital and is scheduled to soon begin chemotherapy treatments, according to his wife. Henson's wife, Mary Henson, told The News-Gazette in Champaign (http:/...
  • Federal employees honored for innovation

    Federal employees honored for innovation
    Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers has long been interested in sickle cell anemia — back to high school, when he saw the first of three friends die of the painful disease. "You hate for anyone to die, but parents don't really want to bury their children,"...
  • Hogan announces millions in county construction funding

    Hogan announces millions in county construction funding
    Gov. Larry Hogan announced $145 million in road construction money that will flow into priority projects in Anne Arundel County. The governor laid out plans for the money in a Thursday news conference, his first public appearance since he announced...
  • Vaccine recommended for older adults even if they've had shingles

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I'm a healthy 78-year-old man and have never had shingles or the shingles vaccine. I did have chickenpox when I was a child. Is the shingles vaccine something you'd recommend for someone like me? What are the side effects? ANSWER:...
  • OUTDOOR CALENDAR

    DEBBIE'S FLIGHT TRIPLE CROWN, JULY 11, AUG. 17 — Sporting clays at Lehigh Valley Sporing Clays 8 a.m. June 5 ($150); Bass fishing tournament at Lake Nockamixon July 11 ($50) …Gold tournament at Berkleigh Country Club Aug. 17 … In...
  • Cancer patients could get cutting-edge treatments through new clinical trial

    Cancer patients could get cutting-edge treatments through new clinical trial
    South Floridians with cancer could receive promising new treatments, literally custom-designed for them, through a new study coming to the University of Miami. Researchers next month will start enrolling patients in the National Cancer Institute's...