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Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Local residents suffering from cancer no longer have to travel far for treatment, as the Cancer Institute at the Pioneers Memorial Hospital has begun accepting patients. The state-of-the-art center provides a full range of medical...
El CentroI entered the photo contest at the fair this year for the first time with no expectations of winning. I only entered in remembrance of my father, Howard Bowers, who died of metastatic prostate cancer in 2009. The picture was taken in Herbster, Wis.,...
Imperial Valley Press Sports EditorKari Smelser had a feeling she would get breast cancer sometime in her life. Her grandmother is a breast cancer survivor and had colon cancer, her mom has had cervical cancer and her grandfather died from lung cancer. Those factors together are part of...
Imperial Valley Press StaffIMPERIAL — Eighty-eight year old World War II veteran Riley Manning has a long laundry list of ailments. From hernias and prostate cancer to his quintuple bypass, this former Navy seaman said his problems started not long after the nine major...
Column-writing can be pure drudgery. The best you can hope for is a piece that is remembered a week after it runs, or better yet, one that is forgotten the moment it exits the eyes and courses through the brain. I’ve been the man behind many...
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ReutersNEW BRUNSWICK, New Jersey (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson said it plans to seek approvals for 11 new drugs by 2017, including a treatment for patients with depression who have failed to benefit from standard medications. The intranasal drug, called...
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UC Irvine chemists have found a way to detect prostate cancer that's as inexpensive and easy as a pregnancy test, the university announced this week. By identifying markers for the disease in urine, the method can detect prostate cancer's presence...
The monogram on his polo shirt read "Mr. Motivatr." Jacques Wiesel joked that there wasn't space for the "o." Wiesel, who with his family fled Brussels and the Nazis when he was seven years old, had enough brushes with death by the time U.S. troops in...
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Nancy Becraft has a T-shirt from each year Laurel has held a Relay for Life, and has witnessed the growth of the event since the first relay in 1999. "We only started out with about 11 teams," Becraft said. This year there are 40 teams, and counting....
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men who get an older and less costly form of radiation after their cancerous prostates are removed fare just as well as men who get a new and expensive type of radiation, according to a new study. "What we demonstrate is...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Older men with other illnesses may not live long enough to benefit from aggressive prostate cancer treatments, such as prostate removal or radiation, and they'd have to live with their side effects, says a new study. "If you'...
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