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Skin Cancer

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  • My Friend Has Cancer

    My Friend Has Cancer
    It was right after Christmas, 1988.
  • Don't Fry Day

    Don't Fry Day
    I'm not going to lie, I love the sun. Everyday the weather permits, my daughters and I are outside playing.  BUT, we are a fair-skinned bunch, so before we head out, I slather them in sunscreen.  They moan and groan about it, but too bad, "no sunscreen,...

    Consumer Reports: Five things you must know about sunscreen

    In a perfect world, sunscreen would glide smoothly onto your skin, imperceptibly and safely providing all of the protection you need until you wash it off, says Consumer Reports. The reality is far different: Sunscreen often drips into eyes, feels greasy,...

    How high-tech treatments add hope, and cost, to keeping a sick pet alive

    If your golden retriever was diagnosed with cancer 10 years ago, you were likely given two options: chemotherapy or compassionate euthanasia. Today, you may have access to a variety of advanced treatments, such as stents that deliver high doses of...

    Wiegand aims for 100 miles during Independence Day fundraising run

    Wiegand aims for 100 miles during Independence Day fundraising run
    Last Independence day, Burbank resident Roy Wiegand ran 86 miles to raise money for children battling cancer. This July 4, he’ll be at it again, this time aiming for 100 miles in 24 hours. Wiegand’s goal is to raise $25,000, for the Michael...