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  1. Suburban parishes mourn the passing of Cardinal GeorgeCardinal...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    His body weak from cancer treatments, Cardinal Francis George struggled to get around in November, but still made a point to travel out to Mundelein to help St. Mary of the Annunciation celebrate its 150th anniversary. "Physically, you could tell he was worn," the Rev.

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  2. Francis Cardinal George, Led Chicago Archdiocese, DiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBS Local

    CBS 2 Welcome to CBS 2 on CBSChicago.com! CBS 2 is joining forces with the most trusted local CBS RADIO stations in Chicago to give you the best Chicago has to offer as CBS Local. CBS 2 [] WBBM Newsradio Welcome to WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM, The Home of Chicago Bears Radio and Chicago Cubs Radio, on CBSChicago.com! WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM is joining forces with the CBS 2 Television and 670 The [] 670 The Score Welcome to 670 The Score, The Home of White Sox Radio, on the new CBSChicago.com! The Score is joining forces with the CBS 2 TV and WBBM 780 to give you the best Chicago has [] CHICAGO - After fighting a long battle with cancer, Francis Cardinal George has died, multiple sources reported on Friday afternoon.

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  3. Celgene: A Pre-Earnings Discussion Based On Recent NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    ... Revlimid. The primary indication for this second-generation product (after Thalomid) is multiple myeloma, a blood cancer. As an oral medication, it is greatly preferred to IV treatments. Revlimid has now reached a major milestone: FDA Expands ...

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  4. Minorities at a Disadvantage in the Fight Against CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milwaukee Courier Online

    Cancer Treatment Centers of American is commemorating this week as National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. According to the American Cancer Society, African-Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer than any other ethnic group.

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  5. Roche unit gets Astellas assay development dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Drug Researcher

    Roche's Ventana Medical Systems will help Astellas find patients likely to be helped by its candidate cancer drug ASP5878 in a deal that could yield a commercial companion diagnostic. Arizona, US-based Ventana announced the deal this week, explaining that it will develop an automated tissue diagnostic tech to identify cancer patients whose tumours express fibroblast growth factor receptor 19 , which is the target of the Astellas drug.

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  6. Naturists issue challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Castanet.net

    ... to bring rakes, garbage bags and something for 10 people to share for an after-cleanup potluck. The ONA and B.C. Cancer Foundation have also teamed up to do a "Balls to Cancer" photo shoot at the beach from 2 to 4 p.m. on April 25 with local ...

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  7. Danville Students Raise Money for Girl with CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Patch.com

    Neveah, who was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma cancer at age 4, inspired charity and altruism in the young Alamo students. Students at Alamo Elementary raised over $6,000 in two weeks through a coin drive to help a young girl with her cancer treatment.

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  8. Relay for Life steps forward SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Countywide

    Local folks will take part Saturday night and Sunday morning in what has become an annual Karnes County tradition aimed at fighting cancer and spreading awareness about cancer prevention and treatment. Karnes County walkers will go around the clock to fight cancer during the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Karnes County.

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  9. Making the Most of Your Pathology Report: Four Tips for Women Diagnosed with Breast CancerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Newswise

    For any woman, a diagnosis of breast cancer can be frightening. But as Rita Wilson's recent experience shows, engaging with the keystone of the diagnosis - the pathology report - can be critical in achieving good outcomes.

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  10. Nunavut heart transplant recipient turns to online fundraising for help in the SouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nunatsiaq News

    ... that was after they had warned Naukatsik this could take up to two years. A Baker Lake woman receiving treatment for cancer in Toronto is also seeking help from the public to meet expenses. Janice Simailak also launched a crowdfunding campaign on ...

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  11. Theranostics Health Announces Agreements With For Research...Read the original story

    Thursday | BioSpace

    ... for the TheraLinkA Assay for its employees and dependents that can benefit from its ability to identify what cancer therapy to prescribe based on the functional proteomic panel that measures the activation status of a number of drug targets and ...

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  12. Burzynski Research Institute Announces Publication Of Phase II...Read the original story

    Thursday | BioSpace

    ... with Brainstem Gliomas. The Report on Non-Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (protocol BT-11)," was published in J Cancer Ther 2015; 6: 334-344. The manuscript also appears in the online version . Burzynski ...

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  13. Regen BioPharma Recruits Renowned Cancer Stem Cell Experts To Scientific Advisory BoardRead the original story

    Thursday | BioSpace

    Regen BioPharma Inc. and announced today the recruitment of 3 internationally-renowned cancer stem cell experts to its scientific advisory board. The addition is a result of the company's increasing advances in the development of therapeutics targeting what is believed to be "the root of cancer" which is the cancer stem cell.

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  14. Panther Biotechnology Announces New Drug Candidate To Selectively Kill Leukemia Stem CellsRead the original story

    Thursday | BioSpace

    ... augment our chemotherapeutics portfolio with drugs aimed at survival extension and low toxicity with a cutting edge, cancer stem cell targeting drug," stated Evan Levine, Chief Executive Officer of Panther. "As we continue advancing our programs, we ...

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  15. Second Annual Amanda Hichkad CCA Celebration Walk Raises Funds for Cancer LifeNetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Patch.com

    ... Amanda Hichkad CCA Celebration Walk. The walk is organized by The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation and Chesapeake Cancer Alliance and named after the late Amanda Hichkad, a Bel Air wife, mother of three boys and volunteer extraordinaire. This ...

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  16. Israel, India team up to cure cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    Days after the Technion announced that a team led by Nobel Prize laureate Professor Aaron Ciechanover had discovered how proteins could be used to suppress cancer and control tumor growth and development, the institute revealed that it had entered into an exclusive agreement with India's Sun Pharmaceuticals - the world's fifth-largest specialty generic pharmaceutical company and India's top pharmaceutical company. Under the agreement, researchers from the Technion and Sun will conduct studies on how high concentrations of two proteins can protect tissue from tumors.

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  17. Bristol-Myers stops lung cancer trial after positive resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MarketWatch

    The news sent its shares up almost 3% in early trade. Bristol-Myers said the Phase III trial of Opdivo versus docetaxel in patients with advanced non-squamous non-small cell lung cancer was stopped early after an independent committee found it had demonstrated superior survival rates.

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  18. Discovery of Immune-Boosting Protein Might Be Key To Curing CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | International Business Times

    Scientists at Imperial College London recently discovered a previously unknown protein molecule that has the ability to boost the body's immune system against chronic illnesses like viruses and cancer. If proven, this discovery could prove to be a game-changing innovation in the cancer treatment arena.

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  19. Gwent cancer waits getting shorterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South Wales Argus

    GWENT'S health board recorded its best performance for four months in February - and the best in Wales - against a key target for starting patients on cancer treatment. That month, 113 patients out of 114 not diagnosed through the urgent suspected cancer route - those whose cancer was diagnosed following referral for an unrelated problem, began their treatment within 31 days - a 99.1 per cent rate.

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  20. New Blood Test May Predict Breast CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Shape

    Having your boobs squished between metal plates isn't anyone's idea of fun, but suffering from breast cancer is most definitely worse, making mammograms-currently the best way to spot the deadly disease-a necessary evil. But that may not be the case for much longer.

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