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Cancer

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  • Florida teacher dying of brain cancer sells film rights to Steve Carell

    Florida teacher dying of brain cancer sells film rights to Steve Carell
    If there's an upside to dying of brain cancer, Florida teacher David Menasche has not only found it, he has written the book and sold the movie rights. To Steve Carell. "Other than the whole blind and crippled thing, I can't complain," Menasche says...
  • Ex-Bills QB Kelly completes first round of chemo

    Ex-Bills QB Kelly completes first round of chemo
    Former Buffalo Bills quarterback and Hall of Famer Jim Kelly has completed his first round of chemotherapy for oral cancer. “First round of chemo. DONE,” Jill Kelly tweeted Tuesday night. The tweet followed an earlier photo on Instagram of...
  • Frese balances family and basketball as she steers Terps back to Final Four

    COLLEGE PARK — Brenda Frese will be the first to tell you she sometimes trampled through life, so intent on the goals ahead that she didn't necessarily worry about the bruised feelings left in her wake. If she wanted something, she took it, a...
  • Wizards 90, Knicks 89

    Wizards 90, Knicks 89: Bradley Beal sank a pull-up jumper with 22 seconds left and J.R. Smith missed a long-range shot at the buzzer as New York fell out of eighth place in the Eastern Conference with the loss to the visiting Wizards. Beal finished with...
  • Cancer fight is a whole new ballgame for Thompson family

    Every once in a while, amid the emotional ups and downs of high school sports competition, there needs to be a reminder of what's truly important, and nothing offers a more powerful perspective than listening to a father's anguish about his son. "The...
  • Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated, new study says

    The idea that American women would benefit by having fewer mammograms — and having them less frequently — remains controversial. A new study tries to help women and their doctors understand why less can be more when it comes to breast cancer...
  • In sickness and in health

     In sickness and in health
    Patrick and Angie Jessee were less than three months from their wedding day when they received the news: Patrick had non-Hodgkin lymphoma. His life expectancy, according to his oncologist, was five years. They had planned to wed on Oct. 8, 2011. But...
  • Virgen's View: Going bald for the cause

    Virgen's View: Going bald for the cause
    When I stop by The Harp Inn in Costa Mesa, it's usually to unwind or to have a good time. But I was there for a different reason Sunday when the St. Baldrick's Foundation held its special head-shaving event to raise money for children's cancer research....
  • Canton Woman Raises Money For Cancer Research

    CANTON — Jessica St. Gelais is trying to raise $20,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. St. Gelais, 25, of Canton, is a cancer survivor. At age 10, she was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. She was diagnosed in January 1998 and...
  • #LeBronMeetEbony takes focus off cancer for a night

    #LeBronMeetEbony takes focus off cancer for a night
       Even with their one-point loss to the loathed Indiana Pacers, the Miami Heat returned home Sunday from their three-game trip with three victories.    At least that's the way it felt, particularly to forward LeBron James.    For all the...
  • Affordable Care Act: In Florida, 90 percent qualify for subsidy

    Affordable Care Act: In Florida, 90 percent qualify for subsidy
    Nine out of 10 Floridians who have enrolled in health insurance through the federal marketplace have qualified for a taxpayer subsidy, according to a new state-by-state report from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Designed to make health insurance more...