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Eric Lentz built a camp in Wisconsin for sick and impoverished children a dream he pursued after he was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer.
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Nellie D. Edwards, who won respect, and housing discrimination cases, as chief investigator of the Toledo Fair Housing Center, died Monday in ProMedica Flower Hospital, Sylvania.
Scientists who studied almost 1,600 patients after surgery for colon cancer found those with the highest levels of vitamin D have half the risk of dying of the disease compared with those with the lowest levels.
Daughters of Cancer Patients Make Hundreds of Bracelets to Encourage Patients at Hartford Hospital Lindsay Mosamery, 11, left, and Keeley Joyal, 10, right, pass out bracelets at the Hartford Hospital Cancer Center on July 10. Joyal and Mosamery are neighbors with one major bond, both girls have mothers with cancer.
In October 2012, doctors discovered that George Lipinski of Hewitt had stage three colon cancer.
Throw a monkeyfist-knotted rope in the Homer Harbor, and odds are you'll hit a Tolman skiff.
Meet the Stars of the NHRA Mello Yello Series Read full bios on all the series regulars, including major accomplishments, best runs, hobbies, and more, plus team and driver Twitter account info on the social media page.
The structure of a protein complex involved in liver and colon cancers has been revealed by an international team of researchers.
An experiment changing how U.S. cancer doctors are compensated cut healthcare costs by a third, with no discernible decline in patient health, according to a three-year study by insurer UnitedHealth Group Inc and five medical oncology groups.
Large-scale, genomic studies of specific tumors such as The Cancer Genome Atlas have provided a better understanding of the alterations of pathways involved in the development of solid tumors including glioblastoma, breast cancer, ovarian and endometrial cancers, colon cancer and lung squamous cell carcinoma.
Ron Rossmann of Lake Wylie is debuting his first book, "The Last Road to Hope: Don't survive; live!" to the community this week at his book signing Sunday at Lake Wylie Bowl N' Bounce.
Joanne Cumminger, the Pictou County Health Authority's first patient care navigator, is retiring but she expects to find lots of keep her busy.
China's tragic 'teddy bear girl' has died 26 days before her 18th birthday after losing her battle with cancer.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 06:21 pm
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