Bone Cancer Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Run keeps Terry Fox memory and hopes aliveRead the original story

    Friday Sep 16 | Lethbridge Herald

    ... 50 per cent chance of survival, and his leg would have to be amputated. Today, Canadians diagnosed with the same bone cancer that Fox had have an 80 per cent survival rate and often treatment often does not involve amputation

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  2. Girl remembers her friend by helping children with cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | The Wave

    ... and Abigail) met they were friends." Kaplan-Jones said her daughter died from a version of Ewing's Sarcoma, a bone cancer that affects mostly children and adolescents. Alicia Saldivar, 35, who has battled breast cancer since 2014, met Abigail last ...

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  3. Morneau still sidelined with neck discomfortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | Chicago White Sox

    ... leadership Jose Abreu 's pregame meeting on Thursday with Shane Callaghan, an 11-year-old White Sox fan battling bone cancer, stands as yet another example of the first baseman's leadership qualities. He stands as a great representative of the ...

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  4. Medieval skeletons at Norton Priory provide new insight into modern bone diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | Runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk

    A RARE bone deformity has been found in an unusually high number of medieval skeletons at Runcorn's Norton Priory. The excessive breakdown and formation of bone it causes results in weakened bones which can lead to severe pain, deformity, deafness, fractures and in rare cases, bone cancer.

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  5. Terry Fox's brother lauds local students' fundraising effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 16 | Brandon Sun

    ... Terry Fox was born in Winnipeg and raised in Port Coquitlam, B.C. At 18 years old, he was diagnosed with bone cancer and was forced to have his right leg amputated above the knee in 1977. "While in hospital, Terry was so overcome by the suffering of ...

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  6. School comes together to raise money for 9-year-old's rare cancer treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 15 | Chicago Tribune

    ... used to play piano and take karate lessons, until he was diagnosed when he was 7 with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. His father, Juan Romero, said Carlos didn't need to worry about the extra activities through chemotherapy treatments, leg ...

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  7. Abreu delivers on HR promise for special fanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 15 | Major League Baseball

    ... before the series finale against the American League Central leaders. Callaghan, 11, is undergoing treatment for bone cancer in his left leg, and while he was treated this summer at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago, Callaghan ...

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  8. Georgia College Student and 4-Time Cancer Survivor Pursues Passion to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 15 | People

    ... recovery - and I'm grateful - but now it's my turn to help other people. Doctors diagnosed Cobble with the rare bone cancer at the age of 14 - she had been complaining of leg pain for months and an MRI revealed a big mass the size of a grapefruit on ...

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  9. Girl battling bone cancer looks to give backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 14 | KGWN

    The past year has been a challenge for fourth-grader Brooklyn Cowsill. She's been battling Ewing's Sarcoma bone cancer.

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  10. Canada's Sports Hall of Fame unveils new exhibit in honour of Terry FoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 13 | Canada.com

    ... running the greatest race of all." It was in 1977 that an 18-year-old Fox was diagnosed with osteogenic sarcoma (bone cancer) after ignoring pain in his leg for some time. The shocking amputation of his leg and 16 months of chemotherapy did little ...

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  11. Every Picture Tells A StoryRead the original story

    Friday Sep 9 | Switched

    ... in the boxing ring, holder of the WBA Middleweight title. He accomplished this scoring a knockout against bone cancer. Now his goal is to help others fight for their dreams, making Daniel another of my #Reasons2StandUp. Laura Ziskin was a legendary ...

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  12. Why insurance denies your claim, but pays your neighbor'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | CBS News

    Tracey Stahl lost part of a leg to bone cancer last fall, and she has to wince through bouts of crippling pain from an ill-fitting artificial limb because of a strange health insurance limit: Her plan covers just one limb per lifetime. She now has to weigh whether to dump the nearly $9,000 cost of a new leg on her credit card as she fights her insurance company over the restriction.

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  13. N.J. mom: State should continue to lead fight against childhood cancer | OpinionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | The Jersey Journal

    ... at Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital in New Brunswick, we got a devastating diagnoses - osteosarcoma, bone cancer. Kaela and our family are now part of club we never wanted to join. Approximately 1 in 285 kids in the U.S. will be diagnosed ...

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  14. Why insurance denies your claim, but pays your neighborsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 9 | Fox News

    Tracey Stahl lost part of a leg to bone cancer last fall, and she has to wince through bouts of crippling pain from an ill-fitting artificial limb because of a strange health insurance limit: Her plan covers just one limb per lifetime. She now has to weigh whether to dump the nearly $9,000 cost of a new leg on her credit card as she fights her insurance company over the restriction.

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  15. Why insurance denies your claim, but pays your neighbora sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | Daily Journal

    Tracey Stahl lost part of a leg to bone cancer last fall, and she has to wince through bouts of crippling pain from an ill-fitting artificial limb because of a strange health insurance limit: Her plan covers just one limb per lifetime. She now has to weigh whether to dump the nearly $9,000 cost of a new leg on her credit card as she fights her insurance company over the restriction.

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    Thursday Sep 8 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... new running leg to complement the one she uses every day. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) Tracey Stahl lost part of a leg to bone cancer last fall, and she has to wince through bouts of crippling pain from an ill-fitting artificial limb because of a strange ...

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  17. Q Biomed Closes Licensing Agreement For FDA Approved DrugRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 7 | BioSpace

    Q BioMed Inc. , a biotechnology acceleration company is pleased to announce the closing of an exclusive license and option agreement for a FDA approved generic drug, Strontium Chloride . This licensed radiopharmaceutical agent is indicated for the treatment of pain associated with metastatic bone cancer.

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  18. Cancer therapies for dogs may speed up treatments for humansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 8 | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... 25 dog breeds, identified ... At the University of Illinois, an engineer teamed up with a veterinarian to test a bone cancer drug delivery system in animals bigger than the standard animal model, the mouse. They chose dogs - mammals closer in size ...

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  19. Former Corner Canyon football star finds hope in cancer battle, and his friends are helpingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 7 | KSL-TV

    ... at the school are doing what they can to support. Classmates have organized a 5K race to raise money for bone cancer research, and the cheer and dance squads also hosted a fundraiser for Cameron last spring. "I think a lot of us know personal ...

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  20. Council doesna t rush medical pot banRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | TheCourier.com

    ... such as a medical pot ban. Harrington told council he could not support the ban because of an uncle who died of bone cancer. After going through chemotherapy, Harrington said, his uncle could have used something to "take the edge off." "At the local ...

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