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Lung Cancer

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  • Gov. Ducey signs bill modifying asbestos injury claims

    Attorneys representing victims of asbestos exposure say a bill Gov. Doug Ducey signed into law will limit victims' ability to recover losses. Ducey said he signed the measure Thursday to increase transparency and fairness in asbestos litigation....
  • FDA panel opposes dropping warnings from tobacco pouch

    Government advisers recommended against a proposal by Swedish Match to market its smokeless tobacco pouches as less harmful than cigarettes and other tobacco products. The company has asked the Food and Drug Administration for permission to remove or...
  • Study links radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to fracking

    Study links radon levels in Pennsylvania homes to fracking
    A new study by Johns Hopkins researchers links elevated levels of radioactive radon in Pennsylvania homes to the flurry of natural gas wells drilled across the state using the controversial technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking." In a...
  • Sheriff: Missouri man who fatally shot family members was drunk, had marijuana in system

    Sheriff: Missouri man who fatally shot family members was drunk, had marijuana in system
    A southern Missouri man who fatally shot seven people before killing himself had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit and marijuana in his system, according to lab results released Wednesday. Texas County Sheriff James Sigman said testing...
  • Local athlete 'makes the play' to fight lung cancer

    Local athlete 'makes the play' to fight lung cancer
    Lung cancer survivors Barb Miller and her daughter, Tracy Anderson, want others to know: If you've got a lung, you can get lung cancer. It doesn't matter if you smoke or not. They say it's time to stop stigmatizing lung cancer and start doing more...
  • Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins

    Notebook: Even on Opening Day, Orioles' roster carousel spins
    The Orioles' roster carousel spun before the first pitch of Opening Day and it's not expected to stop revolving any time soon, though Dan Duquette thinks it might slow down. "For the last 10 days we've had trade discussions with several teams," said...
  • Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement

    Renovations of BWI airport require 'unexpected' asbestos abatement
    Ongoing renovations to better connect BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport's concourses have uncovered asbestos and mold, and airport officials expect more could be found in the future. The discovery of the materials has not presented a danger to fliers or...
  • Former editor, Delaware policy figure dies at 71

    Former longtime News Journal editor and Delaware policy figure John H. Taylor Jr. has died. Taylor's wife, Maria, said Monday that he died Saturday after battling lung cancer. He was 71. Taylor worked for the newspaper for 37 years as a reporter,...
  • One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer

    One of 'Stinner's Stars' is holding a charity softball tournament to strike out ovarian cancer
    Jennifer Glose played softball at Allen High School for Ed Stinner in the late 1980s, in an era when the Chicks were one of the best programs in the area and state. Like dozens of other players who played for Stinner at both Allen and Parkland, Glose is...
  • Sarah Brady, gun control advocate and widow of James Brady, dies at 73

    Sarah Brady, gun control advocate and widow of James Brady, dies at 73
    After the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, nearly everyone knew that White House spokesman James Brady had been shot in the head and partially paralyzed in the attack by a mentally deranged assailant, John W. Hinckley Jr. But...
  • She hopes to outrun cancer

    She hopes to outrun cancer
    A Laguna Beach resident is looking to run from Huntington Beach to Arizona to raise awareness of pediatric cancer. Becky Mudd, 57, plans to start near the Santa Ana River bike trail in Huntington Beach on Saturday morning and make the 265-mile trip to...