Tag: cancer

Gov. Hogan to Undergo Skin Cancer Treatment, But Says It’s ‘Very Easy to Care of’

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At an informal press conference called Thursday afternoon, Gov. Larry Hogan informed reporters he’ll undergo minor surgery this weekend to be treated for skin cancer.

Johns Hopkins Medicine Hosts 23rd Annual Women’s Health Conference ‘A Woman’s Journey’ – Open to Public

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Seize this opportunity to join hundreds of women at  A Woman’s Journey  November 11 at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.

Join Hundreds of Women at ‘A Woman’s Journey’ – A Day Dedicated to Health and Wellness

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Seize this opportunity to join hundreds of women at  A Woman’s Journey  November 11 at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.

Johns Hopkins Medicine A Woman’s Journey Hosts 23rd Annual Women’s Health Conference – Open to Public

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Seize this opportunity to join hundreds of women at  A Woman’s Journey  November 11 at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.

Johns Hopkins Medicine A Woman’s Journey Hosts 23rd Annual Women’s Health Conference November 11, 2017

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Seize this opportunity to join hundreds of women at  A Woman’s Journey  November 11 at the Baltimore Hilton Hotel.

Local Teen Cancer Survivor Fulfills Dream by Announcing Ravens’ First-Round Draft Pick

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A Laurel teenager fulfilled his lifelong dream last night, announcing the Ravens’ first-round pick in this year’s draft with a smile and a fist pump.

Hopkins to Host Research Center Focusing on Cancer Cells’ Deadly Spread

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One of cancer’s most frightening qualities is its ability to not only grow within one area, but to spread around the body. That spread causes nine out of 10 cancer-related deaths, Johns Hopkins University researchers say.

Oral Bacteria Linked to Cancer Risk, Hopkins Researchers Find

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In the fight against cancer, one of the most crucial steps is figuring out how to more quickly and accurately diagnose the disease. 

Healthy Living Can Beat Bad Genes, Hopkins Cancer Researchers Say

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Knowing that you have a genetic predisposition toward breast cancer can feel like fate has it out for you. But according to recent research out of Johns Hopkins, even a high risk of breast cancer from genetics and family history can be mitigated through healthy living.

Cancer Doesn’t Stand a Chance Against Biden, Bloomberg, and Hopkins

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Vice President Joe Biden was in town yesterday to celebrate the opening of Johns Hopkins’s new Bloomberg–Kimmel Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy.

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