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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...
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Young faces were everywhere Saturday at Brawley’s Relay for Life walk-a-thon. Many of those young faces belong to cancer survivors. Allison Rodriguez is only 4 years old, yet she has been designated this year’s “...
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — Jairel Veliz was only 12 years old when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and told right then that she had to go into surgery. “It was scary,” said the now 16-year-old Heber resident with a shy smile. Jairel, a cancer...
HOLTVILLE — Leticia Tillery said it was scary to find out that her 8-year-old daughter, Vivian, had a malignant brain tumor. Leticia vividly remembers Dec. 11. That was the day she got a call from Vivian’s school. Vivian had a headache and...
Staff WriterThe American Cancer Society Relay for Life held at Southwest High School over the weekend was by all accounts a rewarding experience for attendees and organizers. And although everyone looked tired Sunday, none seemed less committed to giving their...
Staff WriterAbe Cardenas endured multiple hardships and saw hundreds of his brothers die while in the years he served in Vietnam, but to him, none of that adversity compares to the 14 months he’s dealt with cancer. “I didn’t believe this was going...
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It’s the rare person who hasn’t been touched by cancer. Many of our readers themselves have been diagnosed with cancer, while many others have close family members or friends with the disease. Cancer comes in many variations to people of...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Volunteers spread glints of purple throughout the community Monday afternoon to remind others of the pervasiveness of cancer’s reach as part of the Calexico Relay for Life’s “Paint the Town Purple” campaign....
Staff WriterNAVAL AIR FACILITY EL CENTRO — As he was preparing to be strapped into an FA/18 Hornet fighter jet Friday afternoon for the about hourlong ride of his life, Kelly Starrett’s heart rate was speeding up with excitement. Starrett, a world-...
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Staff Writer, Copy EditorCALEXICO — Pablo Flores was walking along the street Tuesday morning in Calexico when a large cargo truck adorned with graphic images of aborted fetuses caught his attention. Once the truck parked along Imperial Avenue here, Flores decided to...
As the Cancer Resource Center of the Desert starts off the new year in a new location, the uniquely tailored services it offers to those most in need are underscored. Center medical social worker Helen Palomino was one of 20 people nationwide chosen...
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