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Liver Cancer (INACTIVE)

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  • Jack Clement, influential country and rock figure, dies at 82

    Jack Clement, influential country and rock figure, dies at 82
    "Cowboy" Jack Clement, maybe the most important figure in country music that most fans don’t know, died Thursday at his home in Nashville after battling liver cancer. He was 82. Clement was one of the most revered musicians, producers,...
  • 'Cowboy' Jack Clement Dead at 82

    "Cowboy" Jack Clement, the producer, engineer, songwriter and singer whose career with Sun Records and RCA saw him man the mixing boards for a plethora of canonical rock and roll and country recordings, died Aug. 8 in his home in Nashville as a result...
  • Lawrence T. Christy August 14, 2013

    Lawrence T. Christy August 14, 2013
    Lawrence T. Christy, 84 passed away August 14th from liver cancer at his home in Dana Point. Originally from Chicago he was an accomplished artist and long-time resident of Orange County. Owner of the Larry Christy Studio Gallery in Laguna Beach, his...
  • Beloved St. Cloud police captain loses fight against Stage 4 liver cancer

    Beloved St. Cloud police captain loses fight against Stage 4 liver cancer
    St. Cloud Capt. Boyd Graham, a military veteran and longtime law-enforcement officer, lost his battle against liver cancer Friday morning. Graham, 47, was diagnosed with Stage 4 liver cancer in March and retired August 7 because of his illness....
  • Industry has 'undue influence' over U.S. food additives: study

    Industry has 'undue influence' over U.S. food additives: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - U.S. food companies have "undue influence" in vouching for the safety of common additives such as salt, trans fats and artificial sweeteners, according to an analysis released on Wednesday that calls for better oversight of the...
  • Jazz cellist and educator Fred Katz dies at 94

    Jazz cellist and educator Fred Katz dies at 94
    Musician, composer and educator Fred Katz, the man who helped take the cello into jazz, died in Santa Monica over the weekend from complications from kidney failure and liver cancer. He was 94 years old. Born in New York City in 1919, Katz was...
  • Don Nelson dies at 86; writer for 'Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'

    Don Nelson dies at 86; writer for 'Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'
    Don Nelson, a screenwriter, film producer and musician who co-wrote scripts for "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" — the classic American television series centered on his brother Ozzie's family — as well as for more than two dozen other...
  • Fred Katz dies at 94; musician, composer brought cello to jazz

    Fred Katz dies at 94; musician, composer brought cello to jazz
    Fred Katz, a musician, composer and educator who helped introduce the cello to jazz, died Sept. 7 in Santa Monica from complications of kidney failure and liver cancer. He was 94. His death was confirmed by his son, Hyman Katz. A child prodigy on...
  • Better use of medicines could save billions of dollars

    Harvard Health Blog Wiser use of prescription medications by everyone--doctors and their patients--could save the U.S. health care system more than $200 billion a year. That's the conclusion of a new report, "Avoidable Costs in U.S. Healthcare," from the...
  • Numerous conditions can increase risk of fatty liver disease

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: Is nonalcoholic fatty liver disease treatable? ANSWER: Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) -- a condition in which excess fat accumulates in the liver of people who drink little or no alcohol -- has become one of the most common...
  • Baby boomers more likely than other people to be infected with hepatitis C and should be tested

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I recently heard that the CDC now recommends baby boomers be tested for hepatitis C. Is that true? If so, why is testing necessary? Wouldn't I have symptoms if I had the disease? ANSWER: It is true that the U.S. Centers for Disease...
  • Neighborhood unites in love — and loss — of Kuma, West Lakeview's polar bear dog

    Neighborhood unites in love — and loss — of Kuma, West Lakeview's polar bear dog
    Dogs can turn a dog-crazy street into a neighborhood, I wrote last week. This week, a story about a neighborhood that became especially crazy about one dog. The neighborhood is West Lakeview. The dog was Kuma. Kuma was a 95-pound snow-white...