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Woman Battling Late-Stage Cancer Gets Dream Wedding Wish Fulfilled

A woman battling stage IV thyroid cancer got her wish granted to renew her wedding vows with her husband. The non-profit “Wish Upon A Wedding… 25 more words

Local News

Critic Roger Ebert Immortalized in Poignant Film Bio

The biggest surprise about Steve James‘ touching documentary chronicling the legacy and final days of film critic Roger Ebert is Ebert himself. While it’s always been clear that Ebert was mad about the movies, the general public really never knew the extent to which Roger Ebert’s “love story” also included the woman who would become his wife and business partner during the last two decades of his life. 642 more words

Film

Hands Up

Hey everyone!

I just finished up my week at Camp Sunshine!

For those who don’t know, Camp Sunshine is a volunteer based camp for families dealing with a child who currently has/has survived/has died from a life threatening disease. 686 more words

Kiss me, I'm radioactive

I met my radiation oncologist this past Tuesday. He was very encouraged from my surgery. Even though the nodule on the right side showed signs of cancer, the left side did not! 917 more words

Family Life

smudging him out...

I smudged my house yesterday. For those of you wondering wtf that means, before yesterday, I was also unsure. I was told by one of my “spiritual” girlfriends that I needed to get rid of old, bad energy and cleanse my home. 497 more words

Fukushima's Children are Dying | OpEdNews

Some 39 months after the multiple explosions at Fukushima, thyroid cancer rates among nearby children have skyrocketed to more than forty times (40x) normal.

More than 48 percent of some 375,000 young people-nearly 200,000 kids-tested by the Fukushima Medical University near the smoldering reactors now suffer from pre-cancerous thyroid abnormalities, primarily nodules and cysts. 80 more words

Japan

When Cancer Hits Home: Mama Vs. Cancer

I think everyone in the world can agree they hate this:
CANCER.
It’s two syllables in a word, but completely life-changing in a person. 849 more words

The Not-So Long Way Home