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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — In May 2009, then 36-year-old Sterling Heights firefighter Chris Slezak, went to his doctor on a Monday because he felt out of shape and worn out. By that Friday, Slezak, who was active and healthy his entire life, got his...
We introduce you to a local woman who is battling breast cancer and show you a group of local doctors providing an opportunity for her and other cancer patients to learn more about their disease and course of treatment. Jacqueline Rico was diagnosed...
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A University of Notre Dame graduate who launched a campaign to raise money for a cancer research group in memory of linebacker Manti Te'o's girlfriend says he is "shell-shocked" to learn the woman didn't exist. Dan Tudesco, a...
On Friday retired Bishop John D’Arcy issued the following statement regarding the cancer found in his lung and brain last month: I want to give all my beloved friends in the Fort Wayne – South Bend Diocese an update. I am receiving excellent...
Tags: Health Treatments, Chemotherapy, Oncology
DENVER (AP) — From Peyton Manning overcoming four neck surgeries to Adrian Peterson's rebound from a shredded knee to Chuck Pagano's fight with leukemia, this has been the Year of the Comeback in the NFL. A season besmirched by tragedies,...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colts head coach Chuck Pagano can resume coaching whenever he's ready. On Thursday, Dr. Larry Cripe, told The Associated Press that Pagano had been cleared to return and that it was up to the coach and the Colts to determine...
A long-time bishop of the Catholic Church in northern Indiana is fighting another battle with cancer. Retired Bishop John D’Arcy has issued a statement, saying cancer has been found in his lung and brain. Here is Bishop D'Arcy's full statement:...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Chuck Pagano stepped to the podium Monday, hugged his team owner, thanked his family for its support and wiped a tear from his eye. He might, finally, turn out the lights in his office, too. Nearly three months to the day...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Chuck Pagano was so eager to get back to work Monday, he was the first one to show up at team headquarters. Long before meeting with his players, the Colts first-year coach drove quietly into the complex, walked into the office...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIt was 20 minutes before 6 a.m. — H-hour — on D-Day, when Allied forces crossing the English Channel were poised to participate in the largest military landing in history, and Joe Amorelli was nervous. Strike that. He was “scared...
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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- A journey born out of tragedy and almost ended by it will finally end Saturday for Dr. Bill Gitlin, though not in the place he expected. A South Bend dentist, Gitlin had planned to run the New York City Marathon last Sunday in honor of...
ANGOLA, Ind. (AP) — A northeastern Indiana woman has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for pretending to have cancer and accepting thousands of dollars in donations at a community benefit organized to help her. A Steuben (stoo-BEN') County judge...
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