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Big Stars Shine At The Hollywood Bowl’s ‘We Can Survive’ Concert To Benefit Breast Cancer

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Big Stars Shine At The Hollywood Bowl’s ‘We Can Survive’ Concert To Benefit Breast Cancer


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Red Cross taking blood donations throughout state during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Red Cross taking blood donations throughout state during Breast Cancer Awareness Month


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National Constitution Center Turns Pink For Fight Against Breast Cancer

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National Constitution Center Turns Pink For Fight Against Breast Cancer


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Alabaster's 'Warrior Princess' sells t-shirts to raise money for Arthritis Foundation

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Alabaster's 'Warrior Princess' sells t-shirts to raise money for Arthritis Foundation


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One per cent of M'sian breast cancer victims are men, specialist reveals

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One per cent of M'sian breast cancer victims are men, specialist reveals


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Jimmy Kimmel shares photo of 6-month-old son Billy, a half-year after heart surgery

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Jimmy Kimmel shares photo of 6-month-old son Billy, a half-year after heart surgery


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  • Red Cross taking blood donations throughout state during Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    Red Cross taking blood donations throughout state during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    , wiat.com

    (WIAT) — The American Red Cross is taking blood donations to support cancer patients during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and they’re asking for your help. According to the American Cancer Society, almost 1.7 million new cases of cancer are expected in the U.S. in 2017, and cancer patients may need blood during chemotherapy, surgery, or treatment for complications. If you’re interested in donating, be sure to go to redcrossblood
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  • Girls from local high schools get hands-on introduction to careers in surgery at UConn Health Center
    Girls from local high schools get hands-on introduction to careers in surgery at UConn Health Center

    , wtnh.com

    FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) — Forty girls from high schools around Connecticut are getting some hands-on training in orthopedic surgery at the UConn Health center. The teens, chosen from about 260 applicants, will spend Saturday with staff, including orthopedic surgeon Dr. Katherine Coyner. The teens will be taught skills such as suturing and learn how doctors perform procedures such as arthroscopic knee surgery rotator cuff repair
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Cancer

  • Concern over rise of breast and cervical cancer cases
    Concern over rise of breast and cervical cancer cases

    , the-star.co.ke

    Health ministry has raised concern over the rising cases of breast and cervical cancer among children and productive young people on Thursday during the closing ceremony of breast and cervical cancer screening at Kenyatta National Hospital.
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  • A Life Transformed: Former Homeless Drug Addict Now Graces Cover Of Men’s Health
    A Life Transformed: Former Homeless Drug Addict Now Graces Cover Of Men’s Health

    , philadelphia.cbslocal.com

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A life transformed. From a drug addict at death’s door to the cover of a popular fitness magazine, it’s been a remarkable turnaround for 30-year-old Michael Dubree who’s on the new cover of Men’s Health magazine. He’s ripped and his training routine is intense, to say the least. Michael is the picture of health now, a remarkable transformation from his days as a homeless drug addict
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  • Burn injuries mar celebration
    Burn injuries mar celebration

    , dnaindia.com

    The hospital during 24 hours on the day of Diwali and 51 of them had sustained with burn injuries from firecrackers Diwali celebrations turned into a nightmare for at least 51 people in and around the state capital who suffered burn injuries. Out of them, four persons had suffered deep burn injuries and are admitted in the hospital. As per the SMS Hospital officials, more than 125 people were brought to the hospital during 24 hours on the day of Diwali and 51 of them had sustained with burn injuries from firecrackers
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  • Girls from local high schools get hands-on introduction to careers in surgery at UConn Health Center
    Girls from local high schools get hands-on introduction to careers in surgery at UConn Health Center

    , wtnh.com

    FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) — Forty girls from high schools around Connecticut are getting some hands-on training in orthopedic surgery at the UConn Health center. The teens, chosen from about 260 applicants, will spend Saturday with staff, including orthopedic surgeon Dr. Katherine Coyner. The teens will be taught skills such as suturing and learn how doctors perform procedures such as arthroscopic knee surgery rotator cuff repair
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  • Virtual house calls rise as doctors embrace new Texas telemedicine law
    Virtual house calls rise as doctors embrace new Texas telemedicine law

    , mystatesman.com

    Doctors in Austin and statewide are gearing up to make house calls again — at least digitally. The field known as telemedicine — in which patients can use their computers or smartphones to see doctors via videoconferencing without leaving their homes — is poised to take off in Texas, fueled by recent changes to state law that lifted a major restriction on telemedicine and clarified insurance coverage
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