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  • Abingdon HomeGoods joins cancer fighting effort

    Running through June 30, Abingdon-area HomeGoods shoppers will have the opportunity to support cancer care and research while shopping at the off-price home fashions retailer. More than 275 HomeGoods stores nationwide will be participating in the 12th annual "Helps Families Fight Cancer" campaign benefiting the Jimmy Fund, which supports pediatric and adult cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
  • Sinking holes for cancer

    HANOVER- The Hanover Congregational Church is hosting Sinking Holes For Cancer, a miniature golf tournament benefiting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and The Jimmy Fund. The event will be held at Odetah Camping Resort 38 Bozrah St. Ext. on Sunday July...

    Newington Man's Journey To Battle Cancer Leads Him To Fenway And Beyond

    Newington Man's Journey To Battle Cancer Leads Him To Fenway And Beyond
    NEWINGTON — Ben Freeman will experience the thrill of a lifetime Sunday when he and 34 other cyclists take a turn around Fenway Park before the Red Sox take on the Cleveland Indians. While the ride will be joyous, the reason for it is less so....

    A Grueling Race, Horrific Day And 5 Tales From Connecticut

    A Grueling Race, Horrific Day And 5 Tales From Connecticut
    They are mad. Defiant. Hopeful. Healing. They are the runners of the Boston Marathon, 36,000 Boston Strong. They are the volunteers. The spectators. The first responders and medical people. The photographers, the race officials and timers. They are...

    In medicine, more care may not be better

     In medicine, more care may not be better
    The dull whir of the computer running in the background seemed to have gotten louder as the patient fell quiet. She was a young woman, a primary-care patient of mine, seeking a referral to yet another gastroenterologist. Her abdominal pain had already...