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  • FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma

    FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma
    Less than five months after a pair of biotech companies submitted a candidate cancer drug to the Food & Drug Administration, the FDA has approved the drug ibrutinib as a "breakthrough therapy" for a rare and deadly form of the cancer, mantle cell...
  • Starboard Society steers course to help others [Towson]

    Residents in Towson, Loch Raven, and surrounding areas have been working together since 2011 to help neighbors who have experienced unexpected hardships. Now, after running two successful holiday campaigns, the group has formed a nonprofit organization,...
  • Judith Ann Mulvaney-Jennison

    Judith Ann Mulvaney-Jennison
    Mulvaney-Jennison, Judith Ann Judy (aka “Nannie” and “Princess”), of Lake Forest and Balboa Island, was welcomed home to Heaven on October 29, 2013 after a battle with lymphoma. Her passing was a shock, but she fought a good...
  • Jonathan W. "JP" Pine Jr., editor

    Jonathan W. "JP" Pine Jr., editor
    Jonathan W. "JP" Pine Jr., a longtime editor at Lippincott Williams & Wilkins/Wolters Kluwer Health who had been active in several patriotic organizations, died Thursday of lymphoma at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda. The Roland Park...
  • Frank L. Fouce dies at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences

    Frank L. Fouce dies at 85; brought theater, TV to Latino audiences
    Frank L. Fouce, an impresario of Spanish-language entertainment who turned downtown's historic Million Dollar Theater into a prestigious venue for a burgeoning Latino market and helped launch the television network that became Univision, died Sept. 22...
  • The debt that all women--even conservatives--owe Gloria Steinem

    The debt that all women--even conservatives--owe Gloria Steinem
    If you are a woman, Gloria Steinem is like an indispensable computer program, always running in the background of your life. You don’t always remember that she's there, but without her, your life would be constrained in ways you can hardly imagine....
  • Medical school gig a healthy challenge for actors

    Medical school gig a healthy challenge for actors
    David Solomon lay in bed, a sheet draped over his legs. His darkened bedroom was silent, except for the ticking of a clock on the wall. A box of tissues sat on a bedside table; a Hebrew-and-English siddur, or prayer book, rested on his lap. The cancer...
  • Dr. Riad Barmada, 1929-2014

     Dr. Riad Barmada, 1929-2014
    Dr. Riad Barmada, head of orthopedics at the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine from 1984 to 1998, was a quiet champion of diversity at the school. "Long before anyone talked about diversity, he recruited women and minorities," said...
  • Letters: Gaps in the healthcare law

    Re "Patients struggle to find covered doctors," Feb. 5 The article points out a major gap in the implementation of the Affordable Care Act: Many specialty providers and hospitals that cancer patients rely on are being left out of insurance exchange...
  • Is Bacon Really Too Dangerous for Human Consumption?

     
    Like many people, I get a lot of my news from social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. For instance, if I had not checked Facebook yesterday, I would not have known about the destructive tornado in Oklahoma until I read about it in this morning&#...
  • More about area trio of Phillies ball girls

     
    PHILADELPHIA — Mackenzie Kramer has spent a lot of her time growing up in hospitals. She was not a sick child. The Muhlenberg junior just had two working parents, including a dad (Joel) who is an OB GYN at Holy......