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Liver Cancer (INACTIVE)

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  • Longtime 32nd Street Farmers Market vendor dies at 82

    Longtime 32nd Street Farmers Market vendor dies at 82
    "The 32nd Street Farmers Market sadly announces the passing of Frank Buttion," read the announcement from vendor Cindi Umbarger to the Waverly market community April 6. Known for his pride, passion and variety of peppers, Buttion, of Rosedale, a vendor...
  • Joseph Hooper Mettle Jr., engineer, dies

    Joseph Hooper Mettle Jr., engineer, dies
    Joseph Hooper Mettle Jr., a retired communications system engineer who had worked for the National Security Agency for more than three decades, died July 30 of liver cancer at his Eldersburg home. He was 77. The son of a government worker and a...
  • Dickens W. Warfield

    Dickens W. Warfield
    Dickens W. Warfield, a psychologist who as associate director of Baltimore Neighborhoods Inc. became an outspoken advocate for fair housing, died Oct. 21 of liver cancer at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. The longtime Towson...
  • Progress in Hepatitis C research

    Progress in Hepatitis C research
    Hepatitis C has long been a problem with a low rate of cure. But new drug therapies are in use and others are on the horizon, according to Dr. Paul J. Thuluvath, chief of gastroenterology at Mercy Medical Center and the medical director of the Institute...
  • Ravens linebacker McClain mourns loss of Joe Frazier

    Ravens linebacker McClain mourns loss of Joe Frazier
    Growing up in Philadelphia as an aspiring amateur boxer, Ravens linebacker Jameel McClain found a mentor in the city’s boxing champion, “Smokin” Joe Frazier. McClain, who was 6-1 as a boxer while competing in area Golden Gloves...
  • Ravens notes: Lewis to appeal fine for hit on Steelers' Ward

    Ravens notes: Lewis to appeal fine for hit on Steelers' Ward
    Ray Lewis' hit on Hines Ward on Sunday was costly not only to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, but to the Ravens linebacker as well. Lewis was fined $20,000 after he made helmet-to-helmet contact while tackling Ward during the second quarter of the...
  • Demolition of paint plant raises health, environmental concerns

    Demolition of paint plant raises health, environmental concerns
    When Berea resident Nia Redmond heard that the long-vacant paint manufacturing plant in her East Baltimore neighborhood was to be torn down, she went door to door passing out fliers, inviting her neighbors to an emergency meeting. "A lot of us are...
  • Study reveals strongest link yet between organ transplants, cancer

    Study reveals strongest link yet between organ transplants, cancer
    The most comprehensive study ever on the link between organ donations and cancer is arming physicians with new data that could help make the procedures safer. Organ transplant patients get new kidneys, livers and lungs that save their lives, but they...
  • Ever close to home

    Ever close to home
    Just off Interstate 83, the light turns red, and a couple of kids pounce, running a squeegee over nearby windshields and holding an open palm to windows. Stopped at the light, Carmelo Anthony is riding shotgun in a Rolls-Royce Phantom. It's silver, sleek...
  • Gordon A. Smith May 27, 1938 - March 23, 2014

    Gordon A. Smith  May 27, 1938 - March 23, 2014
    Gordon A. Smith, age 75, of Glenwood, died Sunday, March 23, 2014. He was born May 27, 1938, in Enid, Oklahoma, the son of the late Lloyd Smith and Maxine Williams Smith. Always an adventurous type, he began participating in rodeos and training horses...
  • Local Hero: Veteran Reuters Photographer Ending His Longtime Red-Carpet Ride

    OVERVIEW: Reuters senior staff photographer Fred Prouser is signing off at age 62, having covered some 3,000 galas and premieres in his 20-plus years on the job. He's been a fixture on the red carpet and a recognizable face to the stars. Prouser just...
  • About 88,000 U.S. deaths each year traced to alcohol use, study says

    Alcohol is responsible for about 88,000 deaths in the U.S. each year, according to a new government report on the toll of excessive drinking. The study, published Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, comes as police investigate an...