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Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor, ... [Read More]
Elmwood and Brimfield set aside its volleyball rivalry to come together for a great cause — Volley for the Cure.The pair of Peoria County schools raised a combined $3,100 in support of finding a cure for breast cancer. Elmwood claimed the Sept. 4 match with a 25-9, 25-17 victory."This was of great satisfaction for the players and communities of both Elmwood and Brimfield," Elmwood coach Jen Stratton told the Elmwood Weekly Post.Both Elmwood and Brimfield followed up that night with a... [Read More]
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The City was ordered to pay for the firefighter's breast cancer care in 2016 under the belief that shift work could be considered a carcinogen. [Read More]
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The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk to fight breast cancer is just around the corner on Sunday, Oct. 14, at Whitaker Woods Homestead in... [Read More]
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The City was ordered to pay for the firefighter's breast cancer care in 2016 under the belief that shift work could be considered a carcinogen.        ... [Read More]
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Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor, a case report explains. The patients developed breast cancer years after their transplants, with three of them dying of the disease. Dr. Frederike Bemelman, professor of nephrology at the University of Amsterdam and author of the report, stressed that this is an "extremely rare" case, the first she has encountered in 20 years in the field of transplantation immunology. "There is always a small risk" of something... [Read More]
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Staten Island Yankees general manager Jane Rogers was diagnosed with breast cancer this past season, and the way the team rallied the only GM its ever known turned out to be a big hit. Through different fund-raising events, the team... [Read More]
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UAB is dedicated to knowledge that will change the world. See our expertise in action in these stories on today's hottest topics. [Read More]
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Four European patients developed breast cancer after receiving organs from the same donor, a case report explains. [Read More]
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Bike R Bars 2018 Hop on your motorcycle and join the Bike R Bars pub crawl to raise money to battle breast cancer on Sunday, Sept. 23.  ... [Read More]
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The City Council first wants a policy on when and how the landmark should be illuminated. [Read More]
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WBTV'S Team Molly was the largest Komen Charlotte "Race for the Cure" team last year and THIS YEAR we want to be even stronger in our mission to find a cure for breast cancer and lift up the warriors who fight. [Read More]
Terri's Tribute will host two events in October to raise awareness about breast cancer and help save lives. [Read More]
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The Astoria City Council has rejected a request from a local hospital to bathe the Astoria Column in pink lighting during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. The Daily Astorian reports that's because city officials want a new policy on how and when colored lighting can be used on the landmark. [Read More]
October will be here before you know it and Bealls is turning October into PinkOctober in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. [Read More]
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In an extremely rare case reported in the Journal of American Transplants, three of four patients died of breast cancer after receiving tainted organs from... [Read More]
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The American Cancer Society recommends that women aged 45 to 54 get screened for breast cancer every year. [Read More]
The lawn ornaments are part of a fundraising effort to raise breast cancer awareness. [Read More]
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Kathy Bazazi of Middleton's involvement with the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Cancer event went from active volunteer and fundraising walker to something very personal. [Read More]
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The American Cancer Society recommends that women aged 45 to 54 get screened for breast cancer every year. [Read More]
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