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Lung Cancer

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  • Pressure growing in the battle against cancer

    Despite advances in cancer research, Pennsylvania faces increasing threats — partly caused by those very advances — in treating the relentless disease, a panel of oncologists said Tuesday. The threats include insufficient numbers of cancer...
  • Carol W. Hillery

    Carol W. Hillery
    Carol Williams Hillery, a retired software engineer who worked at the Space Telescope Science Institute, died of lung cancer Friday at her Bolton Hill home. She was 69. Born in Baltimore and raised in the Sugar Hill section of Pennsylvania Avenue and on...
  • Chicago races to run in April

    Chicago races to run in April
    Now that the snow has melted and the sidewalks and streets are actually visible, it's time to lace up those running shoes. RedEye has compiled a list of April races to run in Chicago. (Information subject to change.) April 12 >> Be the Match 5K...
  • Lawsuit claims Jewish cemetery had false advertising, deceptive sales

    A Southwest Ranches cemetery owned by a company that is the subject of several lawsuits across the country has been sued by a Plantation woman who alleges it did not adhere to Jewish laws and customs as it promised in its advertising. As her husband was...
  • Thomas Yanul, 1940-2014

    Thomas Yanul, 1940-2014
    Photographer Thomas Yanul combined an artist's eye for his favorite subjects, especially Chicago and its architecture and large social gatherings, with the patience and vision it took to design, build and use the large format and specialized panoramic...
  • Sharon Jones: A survivor with soul

    MINNEAPOLIS Her voice has come back. So has her hair, though just a little bit. And her stamina is improving. "Each night, I feel myself getting stronger," said soul dynamo Sharon Jones, who leads her Dap-Kings on a national tour. "I'm just amazed how...
  • Anne Merrill Farmer: Role model inspired in play, work, hardship

     Anne Merrill Farmer: Role model inspired in play, work, hardship
    Anne Merrill Farmer was a steel magnolia who bloomed as businesswoman and party host. She brought a spirited attitude to everything, from throwing a Halloween party to reeling in memberships for the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce to battling a...
  • Taking Steps To Honor Kay Yow's Wishes

    Taking Steps To Honor Kay Yow's Wishes
    NASHVILLE – The night before the first 4Kay Run in Tampa in 2008, Sue Donohoe remembered being told around midnight that N.C. State coach Kay Yow wanted to go to the race but needed some help. "We got a call that Coach Yow wanted to come out on...
  • Commentary: Keep track of your numbers, live longer

    Asking Siri to place calls for us has made memorizing our best friends' phone numbers unnecessary. But there are some numbers you can't get from your smartphone — numbers you should know by heart and for your heart. Your Body Mass Index (BMI),...
  • Rob Owen: AMC's 'Turn' turns out to be a bit of a bore

    Credit AMC for taking another big swing with Revolutionary War spy drama "Turn" (9 p.m. Sunday) but it's too bad the pilot falls short. Dull and sometimes confusing why are those British soldiers loyal to the Red Coats not wearing red? the 90-minute...
  • Downers Grove adopts rules to reduce radon

    Downers Grove adopts rules to reduce radon
    Downers Grove is updating its building code to include new state rules aimed at reducing radon in new construction. The Village Council recently approved a mandate that all new residences in town must be built with "passive radon resistant construction,...