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South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Donna Swaby has joined her three daughters for several cancer walks in the past -- at least once a year -- but the one on Saturday, she said, "Makes me cry." This time, four of her six grandkids walked with her, too, a happy clan of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMillard “Sam” Rock raised four daughters and was a father figure to many over the years. His sunny disposition reflected his boundless faith, which he was eager to talk about with everyone he met. “He influenced so many people’s...
For decades, the question from fans and journalists was constant and predictable: Would the heavy metal originators of Black Sabbath ever make another album? Not that they hadn't tried. In 2001, singer Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer...
Staff writer, @DA_AmberRHundreds of community members came out to the Relay For Life Friday evening to show solidarity with those struggling with cancer. Although the length of that struggle varies, everyone found consolation in the love and support of family members. Relay...
— It is very important that the Careys, a family split between Wellington and Connecticut, reunite for Father's Day this weekend. It could be their last with Dad. Mark Carey, 45, has pancreatic cancer. His doctor told him most people in his...
The Hartford CourantAn Enfield mother is shaving her head to raise awareness about the severity of childhood cancer. Carina Shaw's son Conlan was diagnosed with a juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma brain tumor when he was two years old. Now 7, Conlan has been off of...
SOUTH BEND -- Threatened by some pretty hefty issues of life, Bob Elliott did what he's always done. He came out swinging. Fourteen years ago, Elliott -- who will enter his second season as a Notre Dame assistant football coach -- was diagnosed with a...
ReporterA small bell and a simple ceremony carry huge significance for the patients and staff of Blue Ridge Cancer Care. Marking the end of her chemotherapy treatments by reading a verse and ringing the bell was a moment Susan has focused on since she learned she...
Late at night, they studied in their living room. Marco stretched out on the floor. Nanci sat at a play table that she used as a makeshift desk. Together, they worked their way through algebra and geometry, grammar and physics. Nanci helped Marco with...
For those of us who spend our days entrenched in the war on breast cancer, the Florida Legislature's recent passage of an oral chemotherapy parity law — and Gov. Scott signing the bill into law — marked a major victory. Now, health insurance...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Covered wagons could be seen circled in a field just south of Stanford off U.S. 27 Friday night. Within that circle “Holstein” balloons were rounded up, posses were formed and heaps of cowboy beans were served up. It was...
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