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Contributing writerLast month, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was observed locally and nationally with appropriate fanfare and enthusiasm. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. I would venture that few of us, even in the healthcare professions, know of any recent...
Commonwealth Cancer Center nurse receives national oncology certification An employee of Commonwealth Cancer Center in Danville recently completed requirements for her oncology nursing certification. Heather Musick, RN, OCN, an eight-year member of...
Columnist serves as featured speaker Bob Martin, Emeritus Boles Professor of Economics at Centre College, and a contributing columnist for The Advocate-Messenger, was a featured speaker Wednesday at the National Academies of Science/Engineering in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen modern medicine is unsuccessful in curing diseases, some seek alternative treatments. For Pastor Charles Daugherty, that time has come. After a year-long battle with multiple myeloma, during which time he has undergone chemotherapy, radiation and...
Cheryl Bolling, director of education and resources at Commonwealth Cancer Center, has been appointed as an official trainer for the Oncology Nursing Society Cancer Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Course, a comprehensive review for nurses who administer...
First of all, there are hundreds of different kinds of cancer. Cancer is a disorder of cell growth. The abnormal growth of these cells usually results in a mass of tissue, or tumor. However, not all tumors or growths are considered to be cancer. Cancer is...
Contributing columnistOver the past five decades we have made substantial and sometimes dramatic progress in treating some malignancies. An early example of this success was the emergence of effective therapy for lymphomas. In the 1970s, we found that, with a certain...
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This year marked the fourth Thanksgiving without my dad. He died a week before Thanksgiving in 2008. I remembered wondering that day if holidays, birthdays, even ordinary days, would always feel so sad. My mom was still crying most of the time, and I...
Staff WriterAndy Cooper has done it all. “When you get to be 77 years old, you’ve been on a lot of road. A lot of road,” he said. Cooper, a Lancaster resident, is wheelchair bound after a stroke in 1990 paralyzed the left side of his body. He...
Savanna Beauchamp Barnett - High School: Mercer County Senior High School - Achievements: Two-time state finalist with the MCSHS Marching Band, ranked No. 1 in the girls singles division of the Central Kentucky Tennis Series for two years, A and A-B...
Kelly Vanek, a runner, cyclist and triathlete, was listening to sports talk radio in the car when the conversation shifted to Angelina Jolie. The actress and sex symbol took the public by surprise last week with the announcement that she had her healthy...
It is well known that HPV (human papillomavirus) can lead to deadly cervical cancer in women, but the virus is causing cancer in men as well. Throat cancers caused by HPV are showing up typically in men with little or no history of smoking, said Dr. Kevin...
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