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  • Baseball: Luke Eubank throws his third no-hitter

     
    What a season it has been for Newbury Park right-hander Luke Eubank, who threw his third no-hitter of the season on Tuesday in a 4-0 victory over Agoura in a Marmonte League game. Eubank struck out six and walked none.......
  • L.A. Now Live: After a long fight with cancer, facing death at 19

     
    Times reporter Tom Curwen will join L.A. Now Live at 9 a.m. Monday to discuss his story about Jesus Garcia, a 19-year-old diagnosed with a brain tumor....
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  • Proton Therapy

    Proton Therapy
    Killing tumors while sparing healthy tissue. It's the goal of doctors treating cancer patients around the world. Closer to home, a new weapon to fight the disease. It zaps away cancer cells much like traditional radiation, but this treatment's promise...
  • Karen Nagy

    Karen Nagy
    October is the month of leaves changing color, pumpkins, the advent of fall and for the last 25 years it has been the month dedicated to raising funds and awareness about breast cancer. A disease projected to affect more than 300,000 women this year...
  • Doctors urged to be more mindful of costs of procedures they order

     Doctors urged to be more mindful of costs of procedures they order
    What if your hotel bill looked like a hospital bill, asks Vineet Arora, an assistant dean and associate professor of medicine at University of Chicago's Pritzker School of Medicine? What if every guest received a different rate card, unneeded services...
  • Baby with brain cancer thrives after chemotherapy

    Baby with brain cancer thrives after chemotherapy
    Peering intently at the tiny white smudge in their baby's brain scan, Sue and Ben Erickson could see that the image did not reveal the miracle they had prayed for. The cancer still lurked, though it had shrunk significantly after five rounds of...
  • World Class Medical Research Based Right Here in Roanoke

    World Class Medical Research Based Right Here in Roanoke
    Imagine being able to see what's going on in a person's brain as he or she interacts with people from around the world.   That's just one of many studies going on at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute in Roanoke. The VTCRI has everything you'd...
  • Southern Ind. woman claims rust on silo is image of Jesus

    Southern Ind. woman claims rust on silo is image of Jesus
    Jesus has appeared in the clouds, on trees, food and even magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Now, a southern Indiana woman says he has just appeared on her farm's silo. Marcy Marksberry from Spencer, Ind. noticed the rust spots on the top of the corn silo...
  • Hospital's Breast Center provides screening, biopsy service

    Hospital's Breast Center provides screening, biopsy service
    Last year more than 4,000 patients passed through the doors at the Breast Center at Palms West Hospital, which has been providing full screening and biopsy service to the western communities since 2000. "We work closely with many of the surgeons out...
  • Mammography benefits questioned

    Mammography benefits questioned
    In recent years many leading health organizations have advised that all women age 40 and up have an annual mammogram or be tested every two years for the presence of breast cancer. Women with a higher risk for the disease may have been told to get bi-...
  • Wife 'heartbroken' at death blamed on meningitis

    Wife 'heartbroken' at death blamed on meningitis
    Eddie Lovelace's symptoms were subtle at first, almost imperceptible -- a headache now and then, a little dizzinessin the first week of September. A healthy 78-year-old circuit court judge in Albany, Kentucky, Lovelace didn't want to go to the doctor,...