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Colon Cancer

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  • 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...
  • Veteran Associated Press reporter, editor Laura Myers dies

    Laura Myers, a veteran Associated Press reporter and editor who led the news cooperative's coverage of foreign affairs as the country reeled from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and spent the past five years covering politics for Nevada's largest...
  • World War II photo contains a surprise for Allentown woman

    World War II photo contains a surprise for Allentown woman
    Joan Schmidt was reading the D-Day anniversary story in The Morning Call last Saturday because her late husband served in the Army during World War II. The Page A1 story was William E. D'Huyvetters' account of hitting Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. When...
  • Twitter and Agios are big market movers

    Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Twitter Inc., up 6 cents to $35.90 Dick Costolo is stepping down as CEO of the messaging startup and will temporarily be...
  • 'Road Warrior' to run 1,100 miles while battling cancer

    'Road Warrior' to run 1,100 miles while battling cancer
    At his lowest points, Brian Thomas would take a deep breath and feel his heartbeat echo through his body. He laid there, exhausted and in pain from the cancer and the treatments. He wondered: Was his body going to keep working? And then he took...
  • Death toll from smoking goes way beyond lung cancer, study says

    Death toll from smoking goes way beyond lung cancer, study says
    Cigarette smoking is responsible for at least 345,962 cancer deaths in the U.S. each year, according to a new study. About 45% of those deaths are the result of cancers of the lung, bronchus and trachea, researchers reported Monday in the journal JAMA...
  • Carole Weil all-star event put the spotlight on area softball's best young people

    Carole Weil all-star event put the spotlight on area softball's best young people
    It has been a week full of celebrations in Lehigh Valley softball. On Monday, Parkland beat Daniel Boone to earn a trip to the PIAA Class 4A championship game. On Tuesday, Bethlehem Catholic punched its ticket for Penn State and the 3A state finals by...
  • EXCHANGE: Couple tends to 50,000 daffodils each spring

    An estimated 50,000 daffodils bloom every spring at the Anderson home along the appropriately named Wildflower Lane. A winding, gravel road takes visitors about a quarter mile off the populated Cobblestone Drive and leads them into a small wooded area...
  • Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser

    Hundreds walk for life at cancer fundraiser
    It seems that everyone knows someone affected by cancer. Hundreds of bags representing those who have fought or are fighting cancer lined the path that ran through Lake Zurich's Paulus Park on June 6, where the Lake Zurich Area, Wauconda and Island...
  • Meriano's Cannoli Truck: A Family's Sweet Mission

    Meriano's Cannoli Truck: A Family's Sweet Mission
    Andrea Meriano knew precisely how she wanted her Cannoli Food Truck to look, even borrowing her niece's crayons to sketch the exact design with hot pink and leopard-print trim. The truck's color scheme would also be reflected at her family's brick-and-...
  • Support groups and exercise help cancer survivors

    MIAMI Emma Rodriguez, a colon cancer survivor, recalls a time when she had to go through continuous infusion chemotherapy. The 60-year-old Surfside, Fla., resident would arrive at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami...