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Liver Cancer (INACTIVE)

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  • Honolulu man votes one last time -- from his deathbed

    Honolulu man votes one last time -- from his deathbed
    Frank Tanabe’s health is deteriorating fast, but his desire to vote is not. The 93-year-old Japanese American lies on his deathbed in his daughter’s Honolulu home, in hospice care since early September after doctors discovered his liver...
  • Pacers Playoffs Notebook: Remembering ABA Legend Roger Brown

    Pacers Playoffs Notebook: Remembering ABA Legend  Roger Brown
    "Never has a player so good been seen by so few people. As Bob (Costas) said that I was one of the few lucky ones. I saw him play in high school and I covered him his entire ABA career. He was a combination of Jerry West, Oscar Robertson, Sam Jones, and...
  • Funeral Held for Bee Gees Singer Robin Gibb

    Funeral Held for Bee Gees Singer Robin Gibb
    THAME, England -- Crowds lined the streets of a southern English town on Friday as a horse-drawn carriage pulled the coffin of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb to his funeral. Gibb, one of three brothers who made up the group the Bee Gees behind "Saturday...
  • Best Hospital

    Best Hospital
    1) St. Vincent's Medical Center Dr. Lawrence Schek, chief medical officer at St. Vincent's Medical Center, stands proudly behind the care his facility provides. "We have an outstanding cancer center with cutting edge technology with respect to...
  • Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer

    Robin Gibb, member of the Bee Gees, dies after battle with cancer
    Robin Gibb, one of three brothers who made up the disco group the Bee Gees behind "Saturday Night Fever" and other hits from the 1970s, died on Sunday, according to a statement on his website. He was 62. Gibb "passed away today following his long...
  • Study: Donating blood may reduce men's health risks

    Study: Donating blood may reduce men's health risks
    ENCINITAS, Calif. - A new study shows men who donate blood dramatically reduce their risk of heart attack and stroke. "I started giving blood in high school and I've been pretty consistent after that," blood donor Jason Janecek said. "I try to give...
  • Wu: Rest in peace, my friend

    Goodbye, Mr. Fuentes. I apologize in advance for this, if it does not make sense, as I have not been able to put through one coherent thought. May 18, the day he died, was one of the most difficult of my life. Check that — the last week has...
  • OUR HEALTH: New Hepatitis C Treatment Clinic Brings Specialized Treatment to Local Patients

    OUR HEALTH: New Hepatitis C Treatment Clinic Brings Specialized Treatment to Local Patients
    Anewly formed infectious disease clinic in Lynchburg, VA is bringing expert medical care to those in the area with hepatitis C. An estimated 3.2 million people in the United States have a chronic hepatitis C viral infection. Most of them don’t even...
  • Remembering greatness

    Remembering greatness
    La Caņada Flintridge resident Andrew Torres was a member of the U.S. Naval Academy’s Class of 2002, which was preparing for a military career when the 9/11 terror strikes occurred. Many of his classmates went on to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan....
  • Global cancer cases seen surging 75 percent by 2030

    Global cancer cases seen surging 75 percent by 2030
    LONDON (Reuters) - The number of people with cancer is set to surge by more than 75 percent across the world by 2030, with particularly sharp rises in poor countries as they adopt unhealthy "Westernised" lifestyles, a study said on Friday. Many...
  • Who should be tested for Hepatitis C?

    Who should be tested for Hepatitis C?
    Baby boomer alert! The government has come out with a draft recommendation that all those born between 1945 and 1965 be tested for Hepatitis C. The virus that causes chronic infections in eight of 10 affected and leads to liver disease, was first...
  • Luc Robitaille honors mother's Stanley Cup request

    Luc Robitaille honors mother's Stanley Cup request
    NORBERTVILLE, Canada — Madeleine Robitaille could have requested anything from her Hockey Hall of Fame son Luc and he would have moved mountains to give it to her, but that isn't her way. She and her husband, Claude, worked hard for all they had...