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Harley Christopher Andrews died of a brain tumor Sept. 2. He was only 23, dying before he had a chance to really begin living. Twelve days later, his mother, Wendy Andrews Smith, opened this cheerful note from the Social Security Administration addressed...
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The Baltimore SunI did not think I’d ever see a better medical documentary series than the Emmy-Award-winning “Hopkins 24/7” that aired in 2000 or its sequel, “Hopkins,” which won a Peabody Award in 2008. The backstage access, immediacy and...
email@example.comWhen Liz Burchett discovered she had a brain tumor, she determined to fight it. “It became my personal fight, I didn’t want cancer to define me,” she said. The baseball-sized tumor was discovered in 2010. Burchett had been...
The family of a Newport Harbor High School student who is struggling to recover from a brain tumor is looking for community support. Shelby Benjamin should be getting excited to start her senior year, but instead she is fighting to recover from her...
It used to be that the cancer doctor’s toolbox contained three essential tools — a scalpel to cut out the disease, chemo to poison it and radiation to zap it. But today that toolbox is bulging with new and better weapons. “We’re...
Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, the outspoken Pennsylvania centrist whose switch from Republican to Democrat ended a 30-year career in which he played a pivotal role in several Supreme Court nominations, died Sunday. He was 82. Specter, who announced...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThere is a new treatment tool in Wichita to help stroke patients and those suffering from some brain injuries. The technology uses light patterns to regain visual function, balance and more. It may look like a type of video game, but every time Buford...
Thomas Stephen Szasz, arguably the world's foremost psychiatrist, died Sept. 8. 2012. Former psychiatrist and current columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote that "Szasz is the kind of author no one reads but everyone knows about." That's unfortunate. Too...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe inability to sit still was a defining characteristic of Phillip Urbak's childhood. While classmates would quietly sit at their desks, Urbak was a squirmer. He made good grades, he recalled, and often was on the honor roll. But he was easily...
FOX 17 NewsKristin Stuck decided what her pageant platform as Junior Miss Coopersville would be from her hospital bed at Helen DeVos Children's Hospital. Stuck had dreamed of being a pageant queen ever since she was little. At 11, she nabbed her first title,...
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A talented choreographer with his sights set on New York University, 15-year-old Kevin Zambrano has been blocking out dance numbers since the sixth grade. But the Burbank High School sophomore's work took on a new level of intensity this spring as he...
February 14: Author - Joe Piscatella Talks About His Book, Prevent, Halt and Reverse Heart Disease: 109 Things You Can DoWGN NewsJoe Piscatella To purchase a copy of the book: Prevent, Halt & Reverse Heart Disease: 109 Things You Can Do Tips: TWO IS BETTER THAN ONE Taking two baby aspirin may protect your heart more than taking one baby aspirin, with only a minuscule increase...
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