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  • Rutherford presides as Hogan works from home

    Rutherford presides as Hogan works from home
    On the day after Gov. Larry Hogan told Maryland he has an aggressive form of cancer, he stayed out of the State House but worked from the governor's mansion in between medical appointments. An aide said the governor was keeping touch with the office...
  • 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...
  • Green ribbons for Gov. Larry Hogan

    Green ribbons for Gov. Larry Hogan
    A day after his startling announcement, Gov. Larry Hogan was not in attendance at a board meeting, but his presence was felt in the form of green ribbons. Hogan announced Monday he has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and will undergo...
  • Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?

    Should politicians tell all when it comes to medical info?
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday that he hoped his openness about suffering from an aggressive form of cancer will help the estimated 70,000 people nationwide with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. "It is a disease that has touched every one of us in this room,"...
  • On a mission to help charity

    On a mission to help charity
    Weston native Daniella Valencia is on a mission to raise more than $60,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Currently a public relations executive in New York City, Valencia is competing in the LLS NYC Chapter's Man and Woman of the Year fundraiser,...
  • Chiefs coach Reid says Berry awaiting word to see where his health stands

    It appears Chiefs safety Eric Berry is awaiting word from doctors to see where his health officially stands. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said two weeks ago that Berry has completed his treatments for Hodgkin lymphoma and would soon have his big "end-of-the-...
  • Some child cancer survivors face long-term physical, emotional challenges

    Some child cancer survivors face long-term physical, emotional challenges
    When Ben Watson, 14, had trouble breathing, his doctors suspected he had pneumonia and put him on a couple of rounds of antibiotics. One day, his pain got so bad that his parents took him to the emergency room, where his diagnosis changed: it was non-...
  • Years later, cancer's effects can linger

    Years later, cancer's effects can linger
    John Taylor was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma when he was 25, but the chemotherapy and radiation that were administered to him were much higher doses than what's used today. Now, nearly three decades later, he has heart problems that doctors attribute...
  • Basketball tournament for 'a bunch of foolish kids' becomes something much more

    Basketball tournament for 'a bunch of foolish kids' becomes something much more
    It started on a lazy summer afternoon in 1995, when a couple of teenagers were looking for something to do and unwittingly created a basketball tradition that would unite a Northwest Baltimore neighborhood and turn into something much, much bigger than...
  • Saoirse McNamara and Hope Solo: Champ & Chump

    Saoirse McNamara and Hope Solo: Champ & Chump
    Champ Saoirse McNamara — Battling juvenile rheumatoid arthritis schooled her on managing a relentless disease. Yet, a water-scooter crash prefaced test results that meant a new lesson in fighting ruthless reality. Tests revealed Stage 3 Hodgkin...
  • Mural keeps memory of cancer victim alive

    A Fort Lauderdale event to commemorate Emily Bossano, a 15-year-old who recently died of lymphoma, has become a permanent monument to her courage and strength. David Kurz, her stepfather, said he and his family have been overwhelmed by the response....