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Gallium Scan Part Two

I believe mentioning I went for a radioactive injection to enable my doctor to see just how much alleged inflammation this besieged body really has.  After you’re loaded up with this ominous dye, you wait 48 hours before the scan. 689 more words


South Korean MERS outbreak like early SARS

TORONTO – For the people who fought Toronto’s devastating SARS outbreak in 2003, the news out of South Korea right now sounds eerily familiar.

A man infected with a new coronavirus for which there are no vaccines or drugs turns up in a hospital sick and infectious. 952 more words


Man Found Unresponsive In Miami Beach Hotel Pool

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MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) — Yellow crime scene tape surrounded a Miami Beach hotel’s pool Monday after a person was found unresponsive inside. 124 more words


Rob Ford begins lengthy recovery after successful surgery

WATCH ABOVE: Doug Ford thanks supporters and doctors

TORONTO – Rob Ford’s chief of staff says doctors have removed a cancerous tumour from the former Toronto mayor’s abdomen and consider the operation to be a success. 535 more words


Good Question: When Should You Get A Second Opinion?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Actress Rita Wilson revealed to People Magazine she was diagnosed with breast cancer, but she said her first doctor didn’t catch it. She went to another doctor after feeling something wasn’t quite right. 268 more words


Rob Ford and cancer: What’s next in his battle against liposarcoma?

WATCH: Toronto city Councillor and former Mayor Rob Ford announced Thursday that his cancerous tumour has shrunk enough for doctors to operate.

He went through 27 days of radiation and five rounds of chemotherapy during his months-long fight against cancer. 433 more words


Rob Ford to have cancer surgery May 11

WATCH ABOVE: The former Toronto mayor will have surgery on May 11 to remove a cancerous tumor after five months of chemotherapy. Mark McAllister reports. 312 more words