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  • Cassandra's Chemo Fight: 'This Is My Life And My Body'

    Cassandra's Chemo Fight: 'This Is My Life And My Body'
    Over the past 17 years, I have lived a good life. It has always just been me and my mom and all of our pets. My mom raised me well, to be a strong, competent and independent woman. She taught me right from wrong and always led me in the right direction,...
  • Thomas J. Todd, science teacher, coach and track official, dies

    Thomas J. Todd was a high school cross-country and track coach in the western suburbs who went on to work as an official at Illinois High School Association track meets. Mr. Todd, 61, died of complications from lymphoma on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at Rush...
  • Cassandra, The Future Holds Lots Of Promise

    Cassandra, The Future Holds Lots Of Promise
    On Thursday the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that Cassandra C., a 17-year-old Windsor Locks girl with Hodgkin's lymphoma, is not mature enough to make her own decision about whether to go through chemotherapy. So, despite Cassandra's objections,...
  • Robert Kinsey: Former Marine's cancer battles strengthened his faith

    Robert Kinsey: Former Marine's cancer battles strengthened his faith
    "Vita mutatur, non tollitur." The Latin phrase is said in Roman Catholic funerals, but Robert Kinsey was known for living its guidance: "Life is changed, not ended." Every time Kinsey's life was supposed to end, the three-time cancer fighter would...
  • 50 things to do with the kids: Holiday edition

    "Illumination" at the Morton Arboretum You'll never be so happy that night falls early as when you're at Morton Arboretum's dazzling and inventive winter light show, which returns after last year's triumphant debut. So much more than an impressive...
  • Peninsula residents show their generosity through fundraising efforts

    Peninsula residents show their generosity through fundraising efforts
    In Virginia, students at 120 schools filled collection jars with spare change over a 3-week period, to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The top fundraising schools in Virginia include George P. Phenix School in Hampton with $10,200.25....
  • Bruce D. Gerwig, golf pro and instructor

    Bruce D. Gerwig, golf pro and instructor
    Bruce D. Gerwig, a professional golfer and instructor who was the teaching pro at the Hereford Golf Center in northern Baltimore County, died Nov. 15 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center of stage 4 non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He was 65. The son of Charles...
  • Chiefs' Eric Berry sidelined with mass in chest

    Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry was placed on the non-football illness list Monday after a mass was discovered in his chest following Thursday night's game in Oakland. Berry experienced pain during the game, and a series of tests performed...
  • NFL player Eric Berry diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma

    NFL player Eric Berry diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma
    Further testing on Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry confirmed that he has Hodgkin's lymphoma, ESPN.com reported Monday afternoon. "This is a diagnosis that is very treatable and potentially curable with standard chemotherapy approaches," Dr....
  • Chiefs' Eric Berry has 'very treatable' Hodgkin's lymphoma

    Chiefs' Eric Berry has 'very treatable' Hodgkin's lymphoma
    A doctor in Atlanta confirmed Monday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has Hodgkin's lymphoma and said it is "very treatable." After Berry experienced chest discomfort during the Chiefs' game against the Oakland Raiders on Nov. 20, a mass was...
  • With Jon Lester signing, Cubs shake up the baseball world

    With Jon Lester signing, Cubs shake up the baseball world
    To Tyler Christofferson, Jon Lester always will be the Little League teammate who wore his hat backward and No. 24 jersey like hero Ken Griffey Jr. did, the grade-school buddy who matured into a better person than player even though he's a major league...