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More than 250 people raised about $50,000 on Saturday for the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry during the seventh annual walkathon, “Walk of Life 2012.” The 6K walk began at Glendale Memorial Hospital to raise awareness about patients...
Tags: Leukemia, Human Interest, Charity, Bone Marrow
This is beginning to sound a bit like a broken record, I realize, but today's paper marks yet another round of changes. In concert with the changes with the Life & Leisure section, the addition of Marquee, we've decided to make a few design changes. We'...
Naomi Smith, a four-year-old Glendale resident with leukemia, was granted a wish to visit three Florida theme parks by the Kids Wish Network, a national children’s charity. Naomi was two when she experienced cold-like symptoms that wouldn’t...
Coyotes and Capote, political comebacks and smart meters, as well as controversy and intrigue in the quaint, but not-so-sleepy community of Montrose, gave us a year that included a fascinating set of story lines that will continue to reverberate into...
Sporting yellow T-shirts with photos of six local Armenians in need of bone marrow transplants, volunteers at this year’s walkathon to benefit the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry scurried about Saturday morning getting ready for the Glendale...
Hundreds of people attended a blood drive on Sunday for Matthew Fernandez, a 5-year-old leukemia patient and preschooler at Saint Finbar’s Catholic Church. Michelle Ramos of Burbank — whose son attends school with Matthew — helped his...
"It is not flesh and blood, but the heart that makes us fathers and sons." - Johann Schiller Though you would have a difficult time finding one, there is a little known album by Nat King Cole entitled "Goodnight, Little Leaguer." If you ever catch a...
Jordan Serwin was 2 when his parents learned the La Caņada Flintridge boy had leukemia. He was 6 when an unusual treatment, a transplant of blood cells from an umbilical cord and placenta of a woman in New York, stopped the disease and set his life on a...
Comporting with Tribune columnist Mary Schmich’s "Simple language just isn’t as thrilling" (News, Dec. 5), noting what seems to be an inexorable slide toward extinction for any word that stands out from the crowd, I once accepted that sad...
Tags: Blood Cells, Immune System, Mary Schmich
Legislation headed to the Michigan House could allow doctors to refuse care to patients because of "moral objections." Senate Bill 975 passed the Senate last week along partisan lines with Republicans supporting the bill and Democrats opposing it....
email@example.comA diagnosis of West Nile virus gave Toni Reber relief. For several months, she said, she suffered a range of symptoms, including paralysis, and didn't know what she had. At one point, she said, she was told she had leukemia. "What first ran...
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