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Lymphoma

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  • Around Annapolis: Two tight-knit communities combine to sail against cancer

    Around Annapolis: Two tight-knit communities combine to sail against cancer
    The Annapolis sailing community is closely connected, but it has another tight-knit community -- those affected by cancer. The Leukemia Cup Regatta, started in 1993, brought the two communities together to inspire hope for those affected by leukemia and...
  • Palm Beach County Calendar

      Through Saturday, April 18 Exhibit: Feast for the Eyes Cultural Council of Palm Beach County Barry Seidman's new fine art photography series, Feast for the Eyes, will be on display. Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, 601 Lake Ave., Lake...
  • Friendly competition

    Friendly competition
    A total of 28 outstanding individuals have stepped up to the plate to raise funds on behalf of the Palm Beach Area Chapter of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The 2015 Man & Woman of the Year candidates are taking part in two campaigns within the...
  • Chiefs safety Eric Berry, battling cancer, visits Family Day practice at Tennessee

    Chiefs safety Eric Berry, who is undergoing cancer treatment near his family's home in Georgia, was a special guest during the Tennessee Volunteers' annual Family Day practice on Saturday at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tenn. Berry, who was diagnosed...
  • Editor's choice: 'Bettyville' by George Hodgman

    Editor's choice: 'Bettyville' by George Hodgman
    Paris, Mo., population 1,246 and falling: This is the hometown to which George Hodgman returned for his mother Betty's 91st birthday. Two weeks stretched into two months. He thinks about leaving but cannot bring himself to get a flight back to New York....
  • Saturday game a fundraiser for Glenbrook South girls soccer player

    Saturday's girls soccer game between Glenbrook South and Glenbrook North is more than just a showdown between rival schools. The game will double as a fundraiser to help with Titans player Yasmin Chavez's medical costs. Chavez was diagnosed with non-...
  • Norman C. Horton: Storyteller sought material from his roots

    Norman C. Horton: Storyteller sought material from his roots
    To his children, Norman C. Horton said, "Never forget where you come from." And he didn't. When he told stories — on the phone, at the kitchen table, at work — he spoke with an animation that might rival the color of the anecdotes...
  • Judge: Cassandra Must Finish Chemo At Hospital

    Judge: Cassandra Must Finish Chemo At Hospital
    MIDDLETOWN – A judge ruled Wednesday that Cassandra C. must remain at a hospital, in temporary state custody, until she completes her court-ordered chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma, and the judge denied visitation to the teen's mother, Jackie...
  • Thousands in Florida potential victims of Marine camp contamination

    Thousands in Florida potential victims of Marine camp contamination
    Christina Peach's parents welcomed a seemingly healthy baby into the world in 1975 at the Naval Regional Medical Center in Camp Lejeune, the North Carolina base where her father was stationed as a Marine sergeant. Seven years later, a chemical...
  • Now cancer-free, but still living with fear

    Now cancer-free, but still living with fear
    Unlike the imaginary monsters of our childhoods, the ones lurking under the beds, in the closets or outside the windows on moonlit nights, the monster haunting Deborah Romero is real. She had rounds of chemotherapy followed by radiation therapy to get...
  • Noisy parrot may have been lovesick

    Q: I recently gave my 18-year-old African Grey parrot to a bird sanctuary because he became restless and climbed and squawked a lot. In his huge new cage, he seems happier. I visit him every week, but I wonder if this is actually detrimental to helping...