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  • Ron Smith to stop chemotherapy, remain on air 'as long as I can'

    Ron Smith to stop chemotherapy, remain on air 'as long as I can'
    Ron Smith went on WBAL radio Thursday, just as he has for the past 27 years. But the conservative talk-show host, who was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, opened his show telling listeners — with characteristic bluntness — that he was abandoning his chemotherapy treatments.
  • Community activist returns to Lansdowne to battle cancer

    Community activist returns to Lansdowne to battle cancer
    Only months after he moved away to start a career in Phoenix, Ariz., longtime Lansdowne community activist Brian Bailey has returned to the area. The 27-year-old former president of the Lansdowne Improvement Association is back to receive cancer treatment...

    Know the warning signs of heart attack and stroke

    February is American Heart Month. I couldn't let this month go by without researching and writing about heart disease. The warning signs of heart attack and stroke always bear repeating. The first paragraph of the Presidential Proclamation for American...

    Francis Scott Key volleyball tourney taps team spirit to shine a light on rare form of cancer

    Francis Scott Key volleyball tourney taps team spirit to shine a light on rare form of cancer
    Two years ago, the Student Government Association at Francis Scott Key High School came up with a fundraising idea that has bumped and spiked its way into an annual tradition. The third annual charity volleyball tournament, "Spike Out Sarcoma" will be...

    Review finds Fort Detrick cancer studies inconclusive

    An independent panel of scientists says two government-issued studies can't show if people were harmed by toxic pollution from Fort Detrick contaminating the ground water, but further studies are unlikely to answer lingering questions about the health...