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Skin Cancer

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  • Bradley Paul MacMillin March 12, 1966 - October 4, 2013

    Bradley Paul MacMillin  March 12, 1966 - October 4, 2013
    Bradley MacMillin passed away at home on Friday, October 4, 2013, after a 12-year battle with melanoma. Brad is survived by his wife Emily, and their three daughters, Clare, Camille and Erin; his parents Paul G. MacMillin and Carrie MacMillin; and his...
  • Review: The Hammer's Forrest Bess retrospective a commanding vision

    Review: The Hammer's Forrest Bess retrospective a commanding vision
    Forrest Bess had his first vision in 1915. He was 4 years old. He kept having them for the next 62 years, often when he closed his eyes to fall asleep at night. In 1946, when he was 35, Bess began to transcribe his abstract visions into paint on canvas....
  • WWE, Susan G. Komen foundation team up for second straight year

    WWE, Susan G. Komen foundation team up for second straight year
    For the second year in a row, WWE and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation have joined forces in October in support of breast cancer awareness. Much like many other sports and entertainment organizations in the month of October, WWE has made its...
  • Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt says he's being treated for cancer

    Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt says he's being treated for cancer
    Time Warner Cable Chairman and Chief Executive Glenn Britt disclosed to the company Tuesday that he has begun treatment for cancer. Britt, who is retiring at the end of the year and will be succeeded by Time Warner Cable Chief Operating Officer Rob...
  • Review: 'Time of Death' is a moving but too tidy look at dying persons

    Death is universal, inevitable, irrevocable and profound, and yet even in our reality-fixated times, it is rarely depicted on television. Oh, people die all the time on TV. They fall victim to detective procedurals and hospital dramas, or are killed off...
  • FDA approves skin cancer drugs and genetic test

    FDA approves skin cancer drugs and genetic test
    The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday announced its approval of two new drugs and a diagnostic test that can be used to treat advanced or inoperable melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin disease. Advanced melanoma has joined a wide range...
  • Glaxo anti-cancer cocktail gets regulatory approval

    Glaxo anti-cancer cocktail gets regulatory approval
    After her melanoma, Cheryl Stratos is mostly back to a normal life, running a business and driving her teenage son to weekend events, but there are reminders that it could all come back: The sores all over her body, the high fevers, the hair loss --...
  • A cautionary tale for impending dinosaurs

    A cautionary tale for impending dinosaurs
    Cancer has a way of tilting perspective. Ask Stephen Joly. After his discharge from the Army in 1975, Joly worked as a grease monkey for a Chrysler dealership, then joined his family's steel construction business a few years later when his grandfather...
  • Daily sunscreen may prevent skin aging

    Daily sunscreen may prevent skin aging
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Using sunscreen every day may help protect against aging skin, according to a new study from Australia. Although the benefits of sunscreen are well know when it comes to preventing sunburns and lowering skin cancer risks,...
  • New proof sunscreen fights aging — but it's a major commitment

    New proof sunscreen fights aging — but it's a major commitment
    New research offers convincing proof that daily sunscreen use can slow the signs of aging and protect against cancer to boot. Wait. Daily? Yes, every day, the whole year round. Of those who took part in the years-long research and were assigned to use...
  • 'The Internship' review: Or just Google 'download terrible virus'

    'The Internship' review: Or just Google 'download terrible virus'
    Zero stars (out of four) Somewhere in his succession of playing lovable jerks, Vince Vaughn (“Swingers,” “Fred Claus,” “Couples Retreat,” etc.) stopped caring about being lovable. His motor-mouth shtick, undercut by...