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A Bridgton man who survived a scare in his 20s found that support can be scarce.
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A new approach that improves care for people affected by cancer and other life limiting conditions at the end of their life is to be introduced in West Norfolk.
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Kathryn McHugh, breast cancer survivor and Humboldt County resident, said when someone has lost their hair, has a pale facial color and skin tone due to cancer, they need to be reminded that their beauty comes from within.
HAIRDRESSERS in Rustington helped to do their bit to raise more than 1,000 for a cancer charity on Saturday.
One of the women taking part is Sophie Smith, who is urging other women to get in the pink and help Cancer Research UK.
Former Boston mayor Thomas M. Menino, who has been diagnosed with cancer, said he was a "fighter" and would beat his disease, at an appearance today at an indoor farmers' market in Dorchester's Codman Square.
The woman hired in 2009 to take over Eastern Health in the wake of a massive health-care scandal has quit.
Journal of Controlled Release , Vol. 172, No. 2. , pp. 405-409, doi:10.1016/j.jconrel.2013.07.007 The concept of personalised medicine for cancer is not new.
For her birthday, Baxter resident Catherine Lindgren will don the latest clothes, hairstyle and makeup.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - March 14th, 2014 - UCAAN, a non-profit organization that is 100% volunteer run and provides resources to cancer patients and their families, announced today that registration is now open for its 2nd Annual Dance 4 Life.
"I'm not lying about Obamacare," Julie Boonstra wrote in an op-ed in the Detroit News Thursday, responding to nearly a month of criticism she's been seeing regarding the facts of an ad she was involved in that cut down the Affordable Care Act.
A bill placing a cap on the maximum out-of-pocket costs for orally administered chemotherapy treatments passed the state Senate on Thursday.
That may be because mindfulness-based meditation focuses on the present moment and the connection between the mind and body, according to researchers at the University of Montreal and its affiliated CHU Sainte-Justine children's hospital.
The Hampton Court Pink Ribbon Walk is coming up in May, and one woman is making it two years in a row for a very good reason.
Patients undergoing cancer treatment often notice changes in the mouth, that's why dental hygiene students from LCCC held a free oral hygiene class at the Cheyenne Regional Cancer Center on Friday morning.
Jill Chang holds a photograph of her mother Karen Oesch as she sits with her sons Ellis Chang, 10 and Christian Chang, 13, Thursday, in Perry Township.