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Colon Cancer

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  • Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recovering after heart procedure
    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who vowed this year to stay on the Supreme Court as long as she could go “full steam,” announced Wednesday she had undergone a “coronary catheterization procedure” to have a stent put in her right...
  • Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott, volunteer, dies

     Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott, volunteer, dies
    To call Mary Ruth Hurley Cullicott a "longtime volunteer" would be an understatement. Six decades ago, the longtime River Forest resident began volunteering at Misericordia, a nonprofit Chicago agency that provides housing and support services to people...
  • Sandburg coach remembered as a fighter and 'a very special lady'

    Sandburg coach remembered as a fighter and 'a very special lady'
    When Jane Caliendo was diagnosed with colon cancer in January, the Sandburg High School girls swimming and water polo coach vowed to battle it. The Sandburg community rallied around her and, galvanized by her fighting spirit, called her “Warrior...
  • #JoeStrong founder Joe Clark dead at 31

    #JoeStrong founder Joe Clark dead at 31
    Joe Clark of Orlando demonstrated how social media can be marshaled against illness. His battle against cancer inspired the #JoeStrong movement and the blog "Cocktails and Chemo." He started the blog with his wife, former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans,...
  • #JoeStrong: Orlando tribute for Joe Clark planned

    #JoeStrong: Orlando tribute for Joe Clark planned
    An Orlando celebration of the life of #JoeStrong founder Joe Clark will be presented after the holidays, the family has announced. Clark, the husband of former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans, died Sunday after a long battle against colon cancer. He was...
  • Racing champ Hunter-Reay honors mom who died of cancer

    After his mother died of colon cancer in 2009, South Florida's race car driver Ryan Hunter-Reay dreamed of helping to find a cure and one day dedicating a cancer facility in his mother's honor. On Friday, the Indianapolis 500 champion announced a $2.5...
  • Joe Clark and Alan Hays: Champ & Chump

    Joe Clark and Alan Hays: Champ & Chump
    Champ Joe Clark: An Orlando businessman and husband of former News 13 reporter Amanda Evans, he succumbed this week at 31 to colon cancer. His courageous and public battle against the disease inspired the #JoeStrong movement and a blog, “Cocktails...
  • Nicholas Hardgrove, popular youth baseball and soccer coach, dies

    Nicholas Hardgrove, popular youth baseball and soccer coach, dies
    Nicholas Hardgrove was a successful attorney, real estate developer and builder, but to many he will be best remembered for his concern for others and his positive outlook, traits that were hallmarks of his work as a volunteer soccer and baseball coach....
  • Mariachi Natividad 'Nati' Cano honored at St. Cecilia festival

    Mariachi Natividad 'Nati' Cano honored at St. Cecilia festival
    As the sun beat down on him Tuesday while he marched with a crowd around Mariachi Plaza, Eduardo Rodriguez felt the urge to slip off his heavy, black mariachi suit. Then he remembered the words of his former teacher and mariachi icon, the late Natividad...
  • Reduce your risk for colorectal cancer

    Reduce your risk for colorectal cancer
    Colorectcal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both the United States and Canada. So say the American Cancer Society and the Canadian Cancer Society, who project nearly 60,000 Americans and Canadians will lose their lives to...
  • Musician Nati Cano dies at 81; leader of Mariachi los Camperos

    Musician Nati Cano dies at 81; leader of Mariachi los Camperos
    Nati Cano was 7 when he started playing mariachi music in a group with family members in Mexico. He loved the music but didn't care for the life. "We'd play saloons, and I remember one day playing for one guy and he decided not to pay us," Cano said...