TORRANCE, Calif. - The Ride for Kids and Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation will be making its annual appearance for the 2016 Los Angeles Ride for Kids charity event on October 29th. American Honda Motor Company will commemorate its 25-year...Show More Summary
The 1984 Olympic gold medalist in figure skating Scott Hamilton has had another bout with a brain tumor — his third since 2004. The tumor is benign, however Hamilton says him and his wife, Tracie, are facing the diagnosis with optimism, come what may.
Olympic skater Scott Hamilton facing third brain tumor diagnosis: ‘I choose to celebrate life’ https://t.co/OsTZajK8ab pic.twitter.com/tj0q3xd88o — People Magazine (@people) October 21, 2016 Scott Hamilton, the Olympic figure skating gold medalist, is facing treatment for a brain tumor for the third time, he revealed in a recent interview. Show More Summary
Former Olympic figure skater Scott Hamilton finds himself in his third battle with a brain tumor.
Retired U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Lauren Holiday underwent brain surgery Thursday to remove a benign tumor and is recovering in North Carolina. In September, Holiday gave birth to a daughter, who shares a name with her father, NBA player Jrue Holiday. Read more...
Six-year-old Maryland girl with brain cancer, who staked her future on an experimental treatment, has died
Benign pituitary tumor diagnosis is the third for Olympic figure skating champion who lives in Franklin.
Former United States women's national team midfielder Lauren Holiday underwent surgery Thursday to have a brain tumor removed. BBC Newsbeat reported Friday she had surgery to remove the "benign growth" just one month after giving birth. Show More Summary
Scientists discover a new target for treating aggressive brain tumors
The following is from a chap who has just had a tumor removed from his brain and is now inevitably contemplating mortality and how he approaches the life he has left to live. The story which seems to make more sense to me than at any time in the past is this one: A man … Continue reading How Sweet The Taste – Living On The Edge ?
Amanda Seyfried is the latest celebrity to get real about living with mental illness. The actress opened up about her obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in an interview with Allure (she's on the November cover) and criticized the stigma that keeps people silent about mental health issues, which affect millions of Americans. Show More Summary
In 1991 Lee Atwater, former Republican National Committee Chairman and a pioneer in political attack ads, was dying from a brain tumor. Years earlier, in an off-the-record interview, Atwater explained the so-called "southern strategy"...Show More Summary
Dirt Rider Cycle Trader joined Rever and Ride For Kids in their September Challenge to log miles and raise funds for three children to go to college. Cycle Trader has partnered with Rever and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF)...Show More Summary
UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers have developed an MRI-based method that can track the state and progression of a common type of genetically mutated brain cancer.
A metabolic vulnerability in the aggressive and incurable brain cancer glioblastoma (GBM) has been discovered, report researchers who have shown how it can potentially be exploited for therapy.
Researchers have described the genomic landscape of schwannomas in a new paper. Schwannomas are one of the most common posterior fossa brain tumors and the most common spinal tumor.
(Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research) A Ludwig Cancer Research study has identified a metabolic vulnerability in the aggressive and incurable brain cancer glioblastoma (GBM) and shown how it can potentially be exploited for therapy...
Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and The Scripps Research Institute, with colleagues in Los Angeles and Japan, report that depriving deadly brain cancer cellsShow More Summary
(University of California - San Diego) Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and The Scripps Research Institute, with colleagues in Los Angeles and Japan, report that...Show More Summary
A Ludwig Cancer Research study has identified a metabolic vulnerability in the aggressive and incurable brain cancer glioblastoma (GBM) and shown how it can potentially be exploited for therapy.