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  • Former Mets Catcher Carter Has Brain Tumors

    Former Mets Catcher Carter Has Brain Tumors
    Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, who won a World Series with the New York Mets, has been diagnosed with brain tumors. "Earlier today, I learned that four very small tumors have been found on my brain, following an MRI on Friday at a West Palm Beach...
  • WHO: Cell Phone Radiation May Cause Cancer

    WHO: Cell Phone Radiation May Cause Cancer
    GENEVA, Switzerland -- Radiation from cell phones can possibly cause cancer, according to the World Health Organization. The agency now lists mobile phone use in the same "carcinogenic hazard" category as lead, engine exhaust and chloroform. Before its...
  • Making sense of the cell phone/cancer warning

    Making sense of the cell phone/cancer warning
    Take your phone away from your ear. That`s the advice from federal health regulators who issued a warning about cell phones and the possible link to cancer. But doctors point out, this recommendation is not based on a new study - simply a re-evaluation...
  • The 2011 Run For Gus 5K held by the Young Associates Board

    The 2011 Run For Gus 5K held by the Young Associates Board
    Get ready for the 9th Annual Run for Gus 5K Run/1 Mile Walk benefiting Children's Memorial Hospital! It will take place on Thursday July 28, 2011. Please join us in the fight against pediatric brain tumors. The Run for Gus will start and finish at...
  • Aromasin Cuts Risk Of Breast Cancer In Some Groups

    Aromasin Cuts Risk Of Breast Cancer In Some Groups
    The estrogen-blocker Aromasin was found to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer by 65 percent in post-menopausal women at high risk for breast cancer, researchers said on Saturday. A late-stage trial of 4,560 post-menopausal women who were at...
  • Cancer Drugs Making Splash In Scientific World

    Cancer Drugs Making Splash In Scientific World
    Advanced melanoma patients treated with an experimental pill developed by Roche and Daiichi Sankyo were 63 percent less likely to die than patients given chemotherapy, according to a new trial. The drug, vemurafenib, is designed for use in patients...
  • Two new drugs extend survival for Melanoma patients

    For the first time, patients with the deadliest form of skin cancer have two new treatment options that prolong survival, according to new research presented at a cancer conference in Chicago on Sunday. One drug specifically targets a mutated gene that...
  • 30 Years Later, Sacramento Gay Community Reflects on AIDS Discovery

    30 Years Later, Sacramento Gay Community Reflects on AIDS Discovery
    Thirty years ago the gay community was in a full panic; something was killing gay men.  Initially it was called the Gay Plague, and then GRID.  A name so offensive the Gay community named it something else: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: AIDS....
  • Cancer-fighting pill shows promise in battle against melanoma

    Cancer-fighting pill shows promise in battle against melanoma
    MISHAWAKA--- Doctors say a cancer-fighting pill shows promising signs in the fight against melanoma -- the most deadly form of skin cancer. A local oncologist says drug is not a cure, but it shrank tumors and patients who used the drug lived longer....
  • Scientist Find Breakthrough In Cancer Research

    Scientist Find Breakthrough In Cancer Research
    It`s a good week if you have cancer. Good, because new research suggests you may not have to deal with the illness. Scientists discovered that a drug called Aromasin, used to treat breast cancer, may also prevent it.  Women in the high risk category...
  • Brain lesion blamed in student's death

    Brain lesion blamed in student's death
    Though Christian Stilwell was in the audience for his high school's production of "Les Miserables" on April 14, you could just as easily find him on any number of stages. Described by loved ones as a natural leader, the 17-year-old was junior class...