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El Pasoan Alissa Clark had her first mammogram when she was 35 years old, five years sooner than what most doctors recommend.
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My son Cole died two and a half years ago from neuroblastoma, a common childhood cancer, after suffering through multiple surgeries, chemotherapy injections and painful radiation therapy.
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A WEB series so "bonza" that it will have you "chucking a sickie" to watch Indian call centre trainees learning to speak Aussie.
You are invited to the 2014 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Across Second Life kick off event on Sunday, September 7, 2014, to start the official fundraising season for breast cancer research and awareness in Second Life.
Redshaw of Timeless Caravans built the caravan in five weeks. He said it was a relatively simply task as it was built from a mould.
Her advice? Keep in touch with previous bosses. With a formidable CV like hers, spanning more than a decade at the FT owner Pearson and a seat at the government's chairmanship.
Sisters Irie Graeser, 5, left, and Marley Graeser, 2, love spending time with their grandpa, Ron Keefer.
FIONA Watt had been given just two years to live. She only wished to see her daughters grow up a little more.
A Naugatuck woman will be going on a long-awaited vacation thanks to the help of an area nonprofit organization.
The Angelina effect - How Hollywood star's double mastectomy caused big rise in referrals to family history breast clinic at the N&N When Angelina Jolie told the world she had undergone a double mastectomy to reduce her risk of breast cancer, many women started looking at the prevalence of the disease in their own families.
Wild Pink Yonder, a group of horseback riders raising money for breast cancer research, rode through Edmonton on Saturday.
Local ladies who raised i 1 21,742 for Cancer Focus NI. L-R: Carol Cooke, Nicola Wallace, Janice Gibson, Janet McConkey, Janet Wallace, Helen Wallace.
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals' stock rebounded Thursday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration removed a partial clinical hold on the Redwood City company's clinical trials for its experimental cancer stem cell therapy.
This year, about 21,980 women will learn they have ovarian cancer. If they are diagnosed at an early stage, when the disease is still localized, about 94 percent of them will still be alive after five years.
'The more open we can be, the less frightening cancer becomes' - the Archdeacon of Norwich, the Ven Jan McFarlane, shares her story about her battle with breast cancer The Archdeacon of Norwich has urged other cancer patients to not hide away from the disease after sharing her story about her ongoing battle with breast cancer.
Pink and white petunias line the edge of Carolyn Barnes' front yard. She wears three beaded bracelets on on her left arm, made out of silver and pink beads.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:13 pm
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