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Meredith Bissette finds new role with USF softball team - TBO.com (blog)



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Meredith Bissette finds new role with USF softball team 
TBO.com (blog)
"It's very meaningful," said Bissette, diagnosed with chordoma cancer midway through her sophomore season in 2016. "I've been with all these girls for almost four years now. It's like, beginning to end. Even though I hit that little bump in the road, I ...

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FRANK ANGELO MONACO - Times Herald-Record



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FRANK ANGELO MONACO 
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... January 25 at Morse Funeral Home Inc., 33 Railroad Ave., Middletown NY. A funeral service will be held at 8 p.m. at the funeral home with Pastor Robb Hewitt officiating. Graveside services and burial of ashes will be scheduled at a later date. The ...

 


Stafford woman steps up to challenge after gruelling treatment in Switzerland for rare cancer - Stoke Sentinel



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Stafford woman steps up to challenge after gruelling treatment in Switzerland for rare cancer 
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Born Before 1985? Iowa Will Pay Off Your Mortgage (Fetcharate Quotes)(Fetcharate Quotes). Get Daily updates directly to your inbox. + Subscribe. Thank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email. A Stafford woman diagnosed ...

 


New drug hope for rare bone cancer patients - Science Daily



New drug hope for rare bone cancer patients 
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Patients with a rare bone cancer of the skull and spine -- chordoma -- could be helped by existing drugs, suggest scientists from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, University College London Cancer Institute and the Royal National Orthopaedic ...

 


Stafford cancer patient steps up to beat cancer - expressandstar.com



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Stafford cancer patient steps up to beat cancer 
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Julie, a grandmother of five, was diagnosed with chordoma - cancer of the bone at the back of the skull - in June 2014. Her consultant said her condition was so rare that the odds of getting it were a million to one. By the time Julie was diagnosed the ...

 


Radiotherapy does not reduce mortality, local recurrence in resected sacral chordoma - Healio



Radiotherapy does not reduce mortality, local recurrence in resected sacral chordoma 
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WAILEA, Hawaii ? Preoperative radiotherapy did not reduce risk for mortality, local tumor recurrence or metastasis among patients who underwent surgical treatment for sacral chordoma, according to study results presented at Connective Tissue Oncology ...

 


Mom shaves her head to raise awareness and money for her son ... - WBTV



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Mom shaves her head to raise awareness and money for her son ... 
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He's one of the kids Hometown-Heroes Monroe, NC cares for, something his mother made sure to mention when reaching out.

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Protons plus photons: the optimal combination - Medical Physics Web



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Protons plus photons: the optimal combination 
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Case study. Unkelbach and co-authors demonstrated this concept for a sacral chordoma patient in whom the GTV abuts the rectum, bowel and bladder. Chordomas require high radiation doses to achieve local control, and are treated with simple proton?photon ...

 


Giving veterans a lift: Alexandria pilot joins program that flies veterans to clinics for free - Alexandria Echo Press



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Giving veterans a lift: Alexandria pilot joins program that flies veterans to clinics for free 
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She suffered a concussion and the long-term effects of a traumatic brain injury. Francis said that after three months of what was perceived as post-concussion syndrome, doctors found a rare bone cancer, chordoma, in the base of her skull. Ten years ...

 


Redcliffe residents raise more than $18000 for teen battling one-in-a-million cancer - Courier Mail



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Redcliffe residents raise more than $18000 for teen battling one-in-a-million cancer 
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WHILE most Year 12s were celebrating the end of their schooling years a Southeast Queensland teen was in the middle of a 14-hour surgery to have a one-in-a-million tumour removed from his neck. Jake Elson, the son of Redcliffe Peninsula Chamber of ...