T. Conway Matthews, 84
Wyatt T. Coger, 62
ALL IN THE DNA
Diagnosis of illness can be life-changing
Victoria H. Perkins, 58
Cancer deaths fell over two-year period
Dr. George Roveti, 79
Powerful pastor has more than one reason to rejoice
Battered, but unbowed
British rogue trader repents
End of the race for family farm
Diane E. Kraus, 49
OTHER DEATHS OF NOTE
Lynn Dorothy M. Wagner, 45, Towson mortgage banker
William E. Hall, 49, electrical engineer
Photographer had a passion for bay
Etelka H. Foster, 92, owner of Balto. Co. mushroom farm
Genetic code of cancers mapped
Q & A WITH
Celebrex cuts risk of colon polyps
Perfectly familiar story
His parents' health issues are weighing on Griffey
James John Struble, 70, telephone technician
VERNON, RICHARD E.
Sign-bearing fans come from far and near to watch her last show
Disabled jockeys' fund is launched
Scott David Livie, 53, Kent County commissioner, started benefits firm
LIVIE, SCOTT D.
'A PROJECT ABOUT GIVING HOPE'
Does milk really do a body good?
That was no lawyer; that was my wife
Drug's drastic price increase creates questions for makers
Mary Lee Temmink, 80, interior decorator
Senate OKs bill allowing pet trusts
Catherine G. Motz, 90, one of Broadmead's founders
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Stars will align for Belanger benefit
What price to save a life?
Pet prescription for health?
Established drug will get new use, at twice the price
Low-fat diet no boon to health
Robert Jennewine, 78, truck driver and Navy veteran
Stopping metastasis is hope of researchers
Old treatment extends life of ovarian cancer patients
The sick and famous go to bat for cures Endorsements: Celebrities are lending their good names to the hospitals and medical procedures that cured what ailed them.
Cancer again hits close to home team Orioles: Another member of this baseball family -- 21-year-old minor-league outfielder Joel Stephens -- is battling colon disease.
Arthur Davis, 69, former chairman of the...