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‘Carnival for a Cure’: Cancer survivor fights back through Relay For Life movement

This year, more than 1.6 million people will be diagnosed with cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. For Lee Lord of Volcano, that statistic became real and very personal when he heard the ... read more

Steuben Relay For Life comes to Fremont

FREMONT — Tammy Myers can share a thing or two about cancer, both as a survivor ... Relay for Life at Fremont High School, 701 Toledo St. This year’s Relay kicks off Friday at 6 p.m. and ends at 6 p.m ... read more

American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Mt. Pleasant is July 18-19

will hit the track July 18-19 for this year's American Cancer Society Relay for Life event at a new location Viking Stadium at Mt. Pleasant Area Junior-Senior High School. The event will begin with op... read more

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An Open Letter to Reuel Johnson of the American Cancer Society from Todd Stiefel

Reuel, I am responding to you directly regarding your post on the American Cancer Society Relay for Life ... through the ACS system of national teams. Between my family’s gift and this large community ... read more


Against All Odds

Bettye Janis dreams of a day children no longer want to become doctors to cure cancer. She dreams of a future where people no longer pray for friends suffering from You are the owner of this article. ... read more

5 Catholic Teachings That Make Sense to Atheists

I knew enough to know that heaven was supposed to be a place of perfect love and peace, so it seemed illogical to say that people could act like jerks until their dying breaths and then walk right on ... read more

Tracking the Fukushima radioactivity plume across the Pacific

"Even when levels are small like this, it is important to collect systematic data so we can better predict how another event might move through the ocean," said Ken Buesseler, a marine chemist at Wood... read more

VUToday 2016

Which made Scalia (in)famous? Citizen-Times (Asheville, North Carolina): Wuerth to lecture on international law at UNC Asheville The Tennessean: Opinion: 7 thoughts on life, liberty and pursuit of hap... read more

Why is it Always Men Advancing the Pro-Life Position?

Look at the pro-life lineup ... as they go back and forth. Finally, he says, “Honey, I really appreciate your sympathy. I know you want to help. But you must understand that you will never, ever under... read more



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