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WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterYou may not need a pap test every year. New guidelines are out regarding screening for cervical cancer. For decades women have been told to get the test every year. The new recommendation from a government panel, The U.S. Preventative Risk Task Force,...
Comments, questions, concerns, story ideas, etc. email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org 5/5/13 You may have seen or heard my promo. I have cancer. The story airs Monday night at 6o'clock. This is a little weird for me. I'm not used to "being" the...
email@example.comBarbara “Barb” Myers was a mother to many beyond her own family. When girls at Girls Inc. of Washington County, where she was a cook, found out she had pancreatic cancer, they flooded her mailbox with get-well cards. She was buried with...
Shepherd University to open center in Martinsburg SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University has received approval from its regional accreditor, the Higher Learning Commission, to open an additional location in Martinsburg, W.Va., according to a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe red, white and blue color scheme newly representing the Hagerstown Suns gave way to a deep shade of purple Friday at Municipal Stadium, where cancer survivors sporting the color took a celebratory lap around the bases before the game. The minor...
Ian Farrell used to stand tall on his homemade pitcher's mound. His father, David, positioned behind home plate 60 feet, 6 inches away, they tossed a baseball in their backyard in Palm Coast. Ian, a senior pitcher at Daytona Beach Father Lopez,...
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Students from Aberdeen Central High School and Northwestern Area High School are headed to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix. The two top individual projects at the Northern South Dakota Science Fair, along with the top...
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email@example.comFor more than six months, Nancy McClain thought her abdominal cramps and low back pain were the result of a bladder infection. But when the discomfort wouldn't disappear, she headed to her gynecologist, who performed a pelvic ultrasound, revealing a...
Sun SentinelEditors note: The spotlight features South Floridians On The Move in their careers. Who: Meaghan Edelstein, 34, Boynton Beach From: Founded and headed Spirit Jump, from 2008 to 2010, a nonprofit organization with a mission to provide hope and comfort...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoonsboro resident Selena Doyle reflected Monday night on her successful battle against breast cancer. Doyle said she underwent chemotherapy, radiation and surgery in Baltimore to turn the tide against the disease. Doyle feels that if she had been...
Orlando Opinionators - Orlando SentinelJanuary is cervical cancer awareness month, and at Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando, we are ringing in the new year by talking prevention all month long. Cervical cancer is one of the most deadly forms of cancer in women. It’s also the most...
WSBT-TVHow much you weigh could put you at major risk of developing cancer. In fact, doctors treat 100,000 cases every year, and those are only cancers linked to obesity. Body weight can determine who gets cancer, how you treat it and how likely you are to...
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