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Lung Cancer

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  • Brian Henderson dies at 77; USC cancer expert, medical school dean

    Brian E. Henderson, a cancer researcher and former dean of USC's Keck School of Medicine, died earlier this month at his home in San Marino. He was 77. Henderson died June 20 after a battle with lung cancer, school officials said. Henderson served...
  • UVA adds specialized genomics lab to enhance precision medicine

    UVA adds specialized genomics lab to enhance precision medicine
    The University of Virginia Health System has opened a high-tech clinical genomics lab that will personalize care for patients, help doctors determine the best treatments for cancers and other diseases, and allow UVA to offer the most cutting-edge clinical...
  • Many former 'Stinner's Stars' have reunited to support their coach and play in special tourney

    Many former 'Stinner's Stars' have reunited to support their coach and play in special tourney
    Ed Stinner has had his share of memorable days in the sport of softball, like the day in June of 1990 when his Allen High Chicks won the state title in Shippensburg. He was thrilled again in 2009 to be at Shippensburg and watch his daughter, Deanna,...
  • Dodger Stadium chef Dave Pearson savors life as he battles lung cancer

    Dodger Stadium chef Dave Pearson savors life as he battles lung cancer
    It was supposedly about the food, not the joyful man with the giant smile who created it. For more than half a century at Dodger Stadium, chef Dave Pearson has cooked for players, fans and team employees and media in a press-box dining room that bears...
  • Health Announcements

    BWMC programs UM Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie will offer the following programs July 7, 8 and 22. •A support group, Survivorship: Living With and Beyond Cancer, will meet from 5 to 6:30 p.m. July 7 at Tate Cancer Center,...
  • Weston resident Erica Merlino wins Cappie Award

    Weston resident Erica Merlino wins Cappie Award
    Erica Merlino's acting debut was in the fifth grade. She played the part of a monkey in "The Jungle Book." Her evolution has come full circle. The Sagemont High School junior was recently named a winner of the prestigious Cappie Award as the "Best Actress...
  • The Valley Line: LACO event celebrates Disney animated works

    The Valley Line: LACO event celebrates Disney animated works
    Oh, what a night! The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra went to the movies in a most unique way when they presented “LACO @ the Movies Celebrates Walt Disney Animation Studios.” Sixteen hundred people gathered at the historic Theatre at the Ace...
  • British court ruling backs patent protecting Lilly's Alimta

    Eli Lilly received some European legal backing for its top product, the lung cancer treatment Alimta, on Thursday when a British court upheld a patent protecting a vitamin regimen administered with the drug. Shares of the Indianapolis drugmaker...
  • Hogan's cancer is advanced, but there's 'reason to be optimistic'

    Hogan's cancer is advanced, but there's 'reason to be optimistic'
    Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system, and that it is advanced. But cancer doctors say that doesn't mean it's incurable. Hogan, 59, said his cancer was diagnosed in a late stage after he...
  • Watson Thrilled To Be In Cromwell After Missing U.S. Open Cut

    Watson Thrilled To Be In Cromwell After Missing U.S. Open Cut
    CROMWELL — After missing the cut at the U.S. Open, Bubba Watson didn't get an opportunity to wear his third- and fourth-round golf outfits. So he wore his yellow shirt and navy blue slacks Tuesday at the Travelers Championship. "I took five...
  • Cancer drugs get a new consumer's guide

    Cancer drugs get a new consumer's guide
    In a bid to inject clarity into the fast-moving, high-stakes world of cancer drugs, a task force of cancer doctors announced Monday that it has devised a decision-making aid to help physicians and their patients weigh the pluses and minuses of newly...