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  • Ray W. Kauffman, industrial shop owner, dies at 88

    Ray W. Kauffman, industrial shop owner, dies at 88
    Ray W. Kauffman, who owned and operated E.J. Codd machine shop in Southeast Baltimore, died of sarcoma complications April 28 at Gilchrist Hospice Center in Towson. The lifelong Roland Park resident was 88. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Ray...
  • Deerfield man races for father, cancer research

    Deerfield man races for father, cancer research
    David Mutnick said when he crossed the finish line at a marathon last month, he ran into his father's arms and both men cried. "I just said, 'This is for you, Dad,'" said Mutnick, 37, of Deerfield. Never a long-distance runner, Mutnick laced up his...
  • Cards lift spirits of girl battling leukemia

     Cards lift spirits of girl battling leukemia
    Each morning when it's time for the mail, Weronika Zeliszczak, 7, who is battling leukemia, waits by the window at her home in Carpentersville. So far, she's received more than 500 cards and letters, thanks to a Facebook campaign launched by her...
  • Jim Kelly's battle with cancer adds to anguish for Buffalo Bills

    ORLANDO, Fla. — The death this week of Ralph Wilson, founder and sole owner of the Buffalo Bills, was but half the heartache of the NFL franchise and its fans. Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly, who led the Bills to four Super Bowl appearances in...
  • Designer fashions alternative route for cancer therapy

    Designer fashions alternative route for cancer therapy
    As a vegetarian and daily yoga practitioner, Amy Johnson thought she was healthy before she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last August. Now she consumes 50 pounds of carrots, 25 pounds of Granny Smith apples and 14 heads of romaine lettuce each week in...
  • Boy mostly alone in hospital room during unique cancer treatment

    Boy mostly alone in hospital room during unique cancer treatment
    At precisely the time 6-year-old Sammy most needed his parents, they were forced to keep their distance because his unique cancer treatment made him radioactive. Even his favorite blanket and stuffed animal were off-limits, lest they, too, become...
  • Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated: study

    Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated: study
    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...
  • Wendy Chioji takes surviving to new heights

    Wendy Chioji takes surviving to new heights
    Wendy Chioji, you just climbed Mount Kilimanjaro. What will you do for an encore? "I am training for a June Ironman and a July climb of Mount Fuji with my dad," the former WESH-Channel 2 anchor says. Oh, and she's hosting another "Surviving &...
  • Country Singer Kevin Sharp Dies at 43

    Kevin Sharp, a country musician who topped the charts after fighting a grueling, heavily publicized battle with cancer in the mid '90s, has died. He was 43. According to his website, he died Saturday evening from "past stomach surgeries and digestive...
  • Lynne Parks explores loss of migratory songbirds in BMA exhibit

    Lynne Parks explores loss of migratory songbirds in BMA exhibit
    At dawn in the spring and fall, Lynne Parks walks through the streets downtown, gathering the bodies of birds. Hermit thrushes. Common yellowthroats. Rose-breasted grosbeaks whose markings give them the appearance of being streaked with blood. Parks...
  • Early breast cancer detection is vital

    Source: American Cancer Society whatdoctorsknow.com Women age 40 and older should have a screening mammogram every year and should continue to do so for as long as they're in good health. Current evidence supporting mammograms is even stronger than...