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A New Jersey man is fighting cancer in two ways, first with his doctors, but also in the boxing ring...His story and his message apply to all of us; whether you're dealing with cancer or something else, that you have choice to give in or fight back.
Lakewood Police Agent Jesus "Moose" Chavez, a 13-year veteran of the department, is among 24 officers nationwide running in part to raise funds for Cops for Kids With Cancer. With two weeks of fundraising to go, the officers collectively have raised
If combined, these two can become a potential tool in fighting cancer, a study showed. Researchers put the two together into certain configurations to see whether the new caffeine-based gold compounds could selectively stop cancer cells from growing
Very soon, GM purple tomatoes, with reported qualities to fight cancer, could appear on the shelves - the dark pigment is said to impart these new breed of tomatoes with the same potential health benefits of fruits like blueberries.
Annual Hoops 4 Hope Legislative Basketball Game Helps Fight Cancer The Senate Lobos and House Aggies play basketball for the UNM Cancer Center Released: 1/21/2014 6:00 AM EST Source Newsroom: Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only
During warm-ups before their game against Toronto Maple Leafs, the Blackhawks will wear white authentic jerseys with lavender lettering, and each jersey will be autographed by the player who wore it. All jerseys and ties will be auctioned off to fans
I recognized him because he is one of the major columnists in Kuwait...He was flying to Switzerland where he usually spends his vacation at the start of summer, and at the airport, he saw volunteers from Cancer Aware Nation (CAN), the national
Kevin Boeckenhauer, a student at Lake Park High School, has been fighting Ewing's Sarcoma for the past year a form of bone cancer that usually strikes children or adolescents and is twice as likely to affect boys. The good news: Boeckenhauer had his
Life of Tri-Town raised more than $37,000 for cancer research. Held at the Old Rochester Regional High School, the relay is a team-oriented event in which teams raise money by walking overnight to fight cancer. "We do it overnight because cancer
At first-glance, what appeared to be an ordinary lacrosse game between elementary schoolers last week, ended up holding much more meaning to the teams, their spectators and two young men facing the battle of their lives...Mustang Lacrosse team,