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Cancer

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Top Cancer Articles

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  • Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he has cancer of lymph nodes

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday he has "very advanced" and "very aggressive" cancer of the lymph nodes, but he said he will fight for a full recovery and continue to work as the state's chief elected official. Hogan spoke candidly, choking up at...
  • Things to know: Maryland governor plans for cancer treatment

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he has been diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes, calling it "very advanced and very aggressive." Hogan vowed to continue to work, though he acknowledged that he will miss some days while he undergoes...
  • Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has 'aggressive' cancer, will undergo treatment

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has 'aggressive' cancer, will undergo treatment
    Maryland’s governor has cancer. Larry Hogan announced Monday he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma to a hushed and anxious crowd of his staff, cabinet and the news media. The meeting was held at 4 p.m. at the State House, and many in the audience spent...
  • How high-tech treatments add hope, and cost, to keeping a sick pet alive

    If your golden retriever was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago, you were likely given two options: chemotherapy or compassionate euthanasia. Today, you may have access to a variety of advanced treatments, such as stents that deliver high doses of...
  • T.J. McCoy transfers to UF to be closer to ailing father

    T.J. McCoy transfers to UF to be closer to ailing father
    T.J. McCoy had always wanted to be a Florida Gator; to follow in the footsteps of his father was always a dream. This just isn't the way it was supposed to happen. Fresh off his first semester of college at NC State, McCoy knew what had to be done...
  • Oak Forest dad celebrating after beating cancer

    Oak Forest dad celebrating after beating cancer
    Seated at the kitchen table of his Oak Forest home, Jim Tabor holds the hand of his oldest daughter while hugging his youngest. "2014 was a very tough year," he said, giving the 13-year-old's fingers a squeeze. His marriage ended. His finances took...
  • A Rebel Who Built A Life Of Service To Others

    As a teenager in Hartford, Adam Reid was a bit of a rebel, but music, specifically the drums, helped him grow up. He became a gifted mental health therapist who volunteered to step in whenever there was a crisis in the state. He also defied predictions...
  • On floor for two days after fall, woman rescued by driver

    On floor for two days after fall, woman rescued by driver
    When Robert Parker arrived at Sharon Sawyers' Baltimore home Feb. 26, he realized something was wrong. For the past seven months, Parker, a transportation driver for MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital, had been picking up Sawyers for doctors' appointments,...
  • Salon in Dyer offers free appointments for women fighting cancer

    Salon in Dyer offers free appointments for women fighting cancer
    When cosmetologist Shelly Schapp's best friend was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2103, she began asking questions about hair loss and skin changes during treatment. Schapp, owner of Intrigue Salon and Day Spa in Dyer, had no answers, so she began...
  • FIFA's Chuck Blazer agreed to act undercover for U.S. prosecutors

    FIFA's Chuck Blazer agreed to act undercover for U.S. prosecutors
    Former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer agreed to act undercover for U.S. prosecutors and has been cooperating since at least 2011 in the government's investigation of soccer corruption. Blazer's 19-page cooperation agreement from Nov. 25,...
  • Sentara surgeons teaching others about abdominal cancer treatment

    Sentara surgeons teaching others about abdominal cancer treatment
    Surgical oncologists from across the Eastern seaboard and Europe will gather at the fourth annual Mid-Atlantic Peritoneal Malignancy workshop hosted by Eastern Virginia Medical School and the Sentara Cancer Network on Thursday and Friday. They'll be...