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Lung Cancer

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  • Catonsville residents rally for Relay for Life

    Catonsville residents rally for Relay for Life
    Cancer patients, survivors and caregivers will unite as one Saturday for Catonsville's annual Relay for Life Event. The June 8 event, hosted by the American Cancer Society and held on the track at the Catonsville campus of the Community College of...
  • Susan Heisler, grocery store merchandiser

    Susan Heisler, grocery store merchandiser
    Susan Heisler, a retired grocery store merchandiser and recreational pool player, died of lung cancer March 3 at the Chesapeake Hospice's Mandrin Center in Harwood. The Glen Burnie resident was 55. Born in Baltimore and raised on Bush Street, she was the...
  • Gary S. Hill, former Hopkins chief of pathology

    Gary S. Hill, former Hopkins chief of pathology
    Dr. Gary S. Hill, an internationally renowned renal pathologist and the former chief of pathology at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, died Tuesday from lung cancer. He was 74. Dr. Hill pioneered a new technique for biopsies of tissue, in addition...
  • Christopher Gaul, editor and reporter

    Christopher Gaul, editor and reporter
    Christopher Gaul, former managing editor of the Catholic Review and reporter for The Sun and The Evening Sun and area television stations, died of lung cancer Thursday at his home in Essex. He was 72. He joined the Catholic Review as a writer in 1995 and...
  • Robert F. "Bob" Brettschneider, AT&T supervisor

    Robert F. "Bob" Brettschneider, AT&T supervisor
    Robert F. "Bob" Brettschneider, a retired American Telephone & Telegraph supervisor who was a former longtime Parkville resident, died Monday of lung cancer at Colonial Manor Nursing Home in York, Pa. He was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised on...
  • Orioles reliever Adam Russell draws inspiration from his family's fight against cancer

    Orioles reliever Adam Russell draws inspiration from his family's fight against cancer
    SARASOTA, Fla. — Over the next two weeks, Orioles reliever Adam Russell will get a visit from two of his biggest fans. Fiona Galvin, 6, and her three-year-old brother Tommy will light up at the first sight of their "Uncle Bubba." In the offseason,...
  • Fifth District firefighters invite you to a country breakfast [Clarksville]

    Come hungry to the Ten Oaks Ballroom from 8 a.m. to noon Feb. 17. The Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department will host a country breakfast for the community. Proceeds from the breakfasts help provide equipment for the volunteers. The cost is $9 for...
  • Nuclear power is far from safe or carbon-free

    Nuclear power is far from safe or carbon-free
    I became frightened when I read the commentary by Norman Meadow ("Nuclear blows away wind," Feb. 1). I wanted to say so much, but my thoughts were running way beyond the commentary. Just one example: The reactor at Chernobyl still contains enough...
  • Columbia lung cancer survivor finds voice with 5K fundraiser

    Columbia lung cancer survivor finds voice with 5K fundraiser
    When Columbia resident Michael Osborne was diagnosed with Stage III lung cancer in April of 2008, one prevailing thought kept running through his mind. "I was devastated because, to me, lung cancer meant you were dead," Osborne said. "That's what I knew...
  • Paying for the illusion of cheating death

    Paying for the illusion of cheating death
    Anyone who wants to know why health care costs continue to soar need look no further than the recent recommendation by the American Cancer Society that current and former heavy smokers discuss lung cancer screening with their doctors. The guidelines...
  • Social control on black Baltimoreans must be made more transparent

    I applaud the Maryland Court of Appeals' ruling that state police must give the NAACP access to internal affairs files on racial profiling complaints ("State police must turn over racial profiling complaints to the NAACP," Jan. 24). These cases...
  • With brackets in ruins, count Cowherd as a Florida Gulf Coast disciple

    With brackets in ruins, count Cowherd as a Florida Gulf Coast disciple
    My NCAA tournament brackets are in shambles. The South regional, in particular, looks like a vast Loser Wasteland. And no amount of Smithwicks (left over from St. Patrick’s Day) can put a happy face on the horror that has been done there. Believe...