News Coverage on Colon Cancer - CTNow
RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Colon Cancer

A collection of news and information related to Colon Cancer published by this site and its partners.

Top Colon Cancer Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • The family reunion

    The family reunion
    The Merriam-Webster New Explorer Dictionary, copyright 2005, defines the family as, 1 a group of individuals living under one roof and under one head: HOUSEHOLD, 2 a group of persons of common ancestry: CLAN, 3 a social unit usually consisting of one or...
  • Wendy Chioji hosts special, shares good news

    Wendy Chioji hosts special, shares good news
    Former WESH-Channel 2 anchor Wendy Chioji hosts another "Surviving & Thriving" special this weekend about people dealing with health obstacles. She taped the WKMG-Channel 6 program several weeks ago, just before receiving encouraging news about her...
  • How two friends died when they couldn't pay for health care

    How two friends died when they couldn't pay for health care
    Am I the only person in South Florida who has known people who died because they couldn't afford health care? I doubt it, but we don't share their stories, and that anonymity makes it all too easy for our elected officials in Tallahassee to detach the...
  • Beloved 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz is mourned worldwide

    Beloved 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz is mourned worldwide
    This article was originally published onĀ Feb. 14, 2000. The death of Charles M. Schulz, whose anxious and joyful heart infused the world's most influential comic strip, dovetailed with the publication of his last original "Peanuts" on Sunday -- the...
  • Are IronPigs' bacon critics the fun police?

    Are IronPigs' bacon critics the fun police?
    A few years ago, I began my day at Musikfest with a beef brisket sandwich, crab cake sliders with curly fries, turkey and bacon kabobs, a Buffalo chicken cheesesteak pretzel, deep fried Kool-Aid, a root beer float and a 24-ounce Rolling Rock. Last week,...
  • Hispanic woman helps spread cancer awareness among minorities

    Hispanic woman helps spread cancer awareness among minorities
    After several years of annual mammograms, Chris Lopez Johnson remembers saying to a friend: "I wonder why I keep going. Whenever I go, it always comes back negative." Johnson, who grew up in Waukegan and lives in Winthrop Harbor with her husband, Rick,...
  • Genetic test can warn of high risk for colon cancer

    Genetic test can warn of high risk for colon cancer
    When Rick Sample, now 50, received a diagnosis of colon cancer in October 2012, he was the fifth person in his family, including his older brother, to be diagnosed with the disease — and at a relatively early age. That family history made him a...
  • Community News for Windsor edition

    Art Slam 2015 WINDSOR - Members of Watkinson School's Vox Wat including Skyler O'Neil of Windsor, participated in Art Slam 2015 at the State Capitol Building on April 7. Art Slam is an annual event, sponsored by the Connecticut Music Educators...
  • Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore

    Vaccinogen brings momentum on cancer vaccine research to Baltimore
    Three and a half decades after Michael Hanna Jr. began exploring the concept of using the body's own immune system to fight cancer, the idea is driving Baltimore's latest biotechnology promise. The company Vaccinogen, drawing on research that Hanna began...
  • Charlotte R. Bohn

    Charlotte R. Bohn
    Charlotte R. Bohn, who worked for Baltimore's Child magazine as distribution and advertising manager for more than a decade and was also a talented singer and voice teacher, died of colon cancer Feb. 11 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 38....
  • PBS' 'Cancer' an epic, vital story Ken Burns just couldn't refuse

     PBS' 'Cancer' an epic, vital story Ken Burns just couldn't refuse
    Edward Herrmann had collapsed at the studio in New York, and no one knew why. The actor had arrived to record his narrator part for Ken Burns' latest documentary epic for PBS, "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies." The three-part, six-hour film, based...