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Cancer

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  • Chuck Pagano says it will be 'special' to return to Baltimore as Colts coach

    Chuck Pagano says it will be 'special' to return to Baltimore as Colts coach
    The visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium following last year's AFC championship game was eerily silent when a sharply attired Chuck Pagano walked briskly toward the door, rolling a suitcase behind him. He stopped only briefly, embracing linebacker...
  • Senior briefs

    Fall classes Registration for fall classes offered by Anne Arundel Community College is under way at the county's seven senior activity centers. Classes begin the week of Oct. 1. To register and for schedule information, go to the center you wish to...
  • With Ravens facing Colts, there's more familiarity than contempt

    With Ravens facing Colts, there's more familiarity than contempt
    When the Indianapolis Colts traveled to Baltimore for the Ravens' playoff opener in January 2007, fans greeted the city's former team with a vengeful intensity rarely seen in these parts. Six years later, the Colts are coming back to town for another...
  • Roland Park Elementary/Middle School safety officer Tony Eldridge retires

    Roland Park Elementary/Middle School safety officer Tony Eldridge retires
    Tony Eldridge is looking forward to retirement with gusto. "I've got me a bucket list," he declared. A survivor of bladder cancer, he wants to go kayaking, join the fencing club at the Knights of Columbus in Homeland, write songs and go horseback riding...
  • Ehrlich gets the facts wrong, again

    Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. strikes again ("Nervous Obama takes refuge in his base," Aug. 26) in a column where he chooses to present falsehood and half-truths as fact. Economic growth is anemic, but he states that $5 trillion in new debt is the cause of the...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Men's health kits September is national prostate cancer awareness month. The Learn to Live program of the Department of Health offers free men's health kits with information on prostate health and colorectal cancer screening, as well as the HIM...
  • Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies

    Mick Kipp, Pickles bartender and spice-maker, dies
    The mood Tuesday inside Pickles Pub, across from Camden Yards, matched the gray rainy weather. As noontime regulars ate their lunch and quietly caressed glasses of beer amid the low-key chatter and music playing in the background, something clearly...
  • Transforming touch: Energy work helps animals heal themselves

    Transforming touch: Energy work helps animals heal themselves
    Tammy Bowers left nothing to chance when Lexie, her 8-year-old Labradoodle, was scheduled to have several cancerous tumors removed two years ago. Before surgery and again after, the Howard County resident made appointments for Lexie to see Shari...
  • Fallen firefighters remembered during 24-hour ride

    Fallen firefighters remembered during 24-hour ride
    The subject line on the email Chris Myers sent to his doctor beforehand says it all — "An act of lunacy." "Yes, I'm absolutely insane," Myers said. How so? Well, he participated in the fifth annual 24 Hours of Booty, a charity cycling event that...
  • Lance Armstrong's greatest legacy

    The day the United States Anti-Doping Agency announced it was stripping Lance Armstrong of his seven Tour de France victories and imposing a lifetime competition ban on him was a dramatic one in the world of sports and an even more dramatic one for cancer...
  • Towson High girls lacrosse team fundraises for schoolmate battling cancer

    Towson High girls lacrosse team fundraises for schoolmate battling cancer
    Sky Campbell won't be able to attend a fundraiser organized to help her family defray some of the out-of-pocket expenses for her cancer treatment on Saturday, April 13. Instead, the 14-year-old West Towson resident will be undergoing chemotherapy...
  • Almost 13 percent of Marylanders uninsured

    Those who are poor, minorities and living on the Eastern Shore, Baltimore City or Prince George’s County are more likely to be uninsured, according to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau Wednesday. The Small Area Health Insurance...