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  • Chris Squire
    'Yes' bassist Chris Squire succumbs to cancer
    Rolling Stone is reporting today, June 28, 2015 that the original bassist for the rock band ‘Yes,’ has passed away from a battle with cancer. USA Today is also reporting the passing of Chris Squire. He passed away on June 28 2015 at...
  • Lynn and Mary
    Losing a loved one
    We are all at the age when we are starting to lose the ones we love. It could be a mother; it could be a sister, brother or a father. It could be a dear friend or a pet.It just comes with the territory, losing the ones we love. As many of you know...
  • Breast Cancer film shows 'playbook' for survival on PBS for National Pink Day
    Breast Cancer film shows 'playbook' for survival on PBS for National Pink Day
    Happy National Pink Day!In 2015, almost everyone has experienced cancer taking the life of a loved one, or watched a family member or a friend struggle with the infamous disease. Throughout the country, there are several memorials and holidays...
  • Milton Lawrence Jr. Professional Photographer launches Lyfesavers Project
    Beauty Image expert launches 'Lyfesavers' - a web series for cancer survivors
    Marine Corps veteran, image strategist and beauty/image expert freelance photographer Milton Lawrence, Jr., is a man of many hats. Adding another philanthropic hat to his professional repertoire is the June 22nd announcement of his non profit...
  • HPV vaccine produces 50 percent decline in lesions that lead to cancer
    HPV vaccine produces 50 percent decline in lesions that lead to cancer
    The human papillomavirus vaccines have been shown to have reduced the detection of high-grade cervical lesions in women between the ages of 18 and 20. The investigation was led by Dr. Susan Hariri of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and...
  • North Korea miracle drug
    North Korea miracle drug: Nitwit Kim Jong-un claims drug that cures AIDS, cancer
    The latest out of North Korea – the nation has developed a miracle drug, one that according to portly supreme leader Kim Jong-un is a cure-all for cancer, AIDS and Ebola. The spectacular claim is the latest to be rolled out by the North...
  • Turmeric—the superfood that kills cancer cells
    Turmeric—the superfood that kills cancer cells
    Researchers are still looking for a clinical cure for cancer that is effective and not harmful, but there is already a safe and effective cure available right in your local supermarket. It’s turmeric—a spice that contains the compound...
  • Review: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' poised to become a summer sleeper
    Review: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' poised to become a summer sleeper
    The success of “Jurassic World” notwithstanding, independent filmmakers are gaining a stronger foothold at the box office than ever before. Case-in-point: the delightfully offbeat “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.” Based on...
  • Tommy Chong cancer: Tommy Chong reveals he has rectal cancer
    Tommy Chong cancer: Tommy Chong reveals he has rectal cancer
    Tommy Chong has revealed that he has been diagnosed with rectal cancer and is currently undergoing treatment according to a Wednesday, June 17 report from Huffington Post. "I've had some medical issues lately. I got diagnosed with rectal...
  • Victoria Marsh
    Teen with Down Syndrome Meets Taylor Swift
    Taylor Swift had done it again! The Wyomissing native is known to give back to her fans and at her concert in Philadelphia, she granted another fan their wish.Victoria Marsh, a 13 year old Middletown girl with Down Syndrome was recently diagnosed...
  • Pet cancer research
    Blue Buffalo & Petco Foundation raise $2.3 million for pet cancer research
    While most pet owners know Blue Buffalo for its natural pet foods and Petco as being the place their pets go for treats and baths, the organizations continued their partnership efforts to raise over $2 million for pet cancer research this month...
  • Dru and Molly safe with their new family
    Central FL, Molly & Dru, hospice woman's dogs are safe, sweet update
    It's astounding that a little more than a week has passed since you first shared the story about Molly and Dru, the bonded bulldog mixes in Winter Park, Florida, who were rescued from their very sad beginnings by a local woman named Jennifer,...
  • UFC star Miesha Tate is raising money for a sick child
    UFC star Miesha Tate raising money for child with cancer
    Hard-hitting UFC bantamweight superstar Miesha Tate is raising money for a child who is battling cancer, according to a June 8 report from Empty Lighthouse Magazine. Tate, 28, is auctioning off a signed photo and t-shirt, with all proceeds going...
  • Johns Hopkins' Dr. Wood receives a Kimmel Scholar Award
    Johns Hopkins' Dr. Wood receives a Kimmel Scholar Award
    In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 28, 2015 The Sidney Kimmel Foundation for Cancer Research selected the 2015 recipients for the Kimmel Scholar Program. A total of fifteen research scientists and medical doctors from around the United States of...
  • Men's Health
    Your Health in June
    Every month, the United States celebrate different health observances. HealthFinder.gov,which gives Americans information and tools to stay healthy, lists the various health observances throughout the year on their website. By observing a month as...
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