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Colon Cancer

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  • Prostate educators urge early detection

    The Prostate Health Education Network is sponsoring a third annual educational symposium on prostate cancer. The event is part of a national effort to educate African-American men about the disease and the importance of its early detection. Both the...
  • Metea Valley senior Jack Szott stretches school strikeout record

    Metea Valley senior Jack Szott stretches school strikeout record
    Every time Western Michigan-bound Metea Valley senior Jack Szott takes the mound this season, you can bank on a 10-strikeout effort. Improved command of his secondary pitches, to go with a fastball that carries plenty of velocity have allowed Szott to...
  • Former Bays soccer player 'Nana' Gyau dead at 78

    Former Bays soccer player 'Nana' Gyau dead at 78
    Joseph "Nana" Gyau, who played for several teams in Baltimore and Washington during the dawning of U.S. pro soccer and became the patriarch of a soccer-playing family with deep local roots, died Thursday in his native Ghana. He was 78. The cause of...
  • Community news for Windsor edition

    Christina Vida honored with Connecticut DAR Arbor Award WINDSOR - On the evening of March 27, at the annual banquet of the Connecticut Daughters of the Revolution (CT DAR) Windsor Historical Society Curator Christina Vida was presented with the Arbor...
  • Cancer relay fundraiser gets new life by the sea

    Cancer relay fundraiser gets new life by the sea
    Low interest had the American Cancer Society ready to give up on its annual Relay For Life in this seaside town three years ago, but a cancer survivor has brought it roaring back. After gaining momentum from that low point, the Lauderdale-by-the-Sea...
  • Aurora Mayor Thomas Weisner will not run for re-election

    Aurora Mayor Thomas Weisner will not run for re-election
    Aurora Mayor Thomas Weisner said Friday he would not run for a fourth term in 2017. Weisner, 65, said there are still things he wants to do after his work at the city is finished, and his battle with colon cancer has made him realize time is precious....
  • The Rev. David C. Casey

    The Rev. David C. Casey
    The Rev. David C. Casey, a United Methodist minister who was the founding executive director of the Baltimore Regional Initiative Developing Genuine Equality Inc., died of colon cancer April 30 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Butchers Hill...
  • Natural Beauty is More Than Skin Deep

    Natural Beauty is More Than Skin Deep
    Nine years after my diagnosis and treatment my father was diagnosed with colon cancer,” Aragon shared. “It spread into his lungs and his liver and he had a secondary cancer, brain cancer, and it all came back in the bones. My father fought for...
  • Wally and Rusty – a tale of love, faith and cancer

    While cancer-killing chemicals dripped into his vein, Wally Szymanski read a newspaper story about a 5-year-old boy stricken with brain cancer. The notion of a child going through a similarly hellish treatment for the disease touched Szymanski in a...
  • Johns Hopkins Bladder Cancer Institute holds forum

    When Richard Clendaniel, of Westminster, was first diagnosed with bladder cancer in August 2011, it came as something of a surprise: Compared with prostate cancer or skin cancer, bladder cancer wasn't something that was really on his radar. Thankfully,...
  • Study shows improved diet may boost health faster than ever imagined

    Q: After 50 years, I've finally decided to eat healthier. Is it too late to make a difference in my health? A: No, it's never too late. And the potential improvements in health may happen much faster than you ever imagined. Switching from a "Western"...