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The Register Citizen
Olympic champion puts unique spin on cancer fightcareer with the 1984 Olympic gold. He almost hung up his skates in 1977, devas
The Register Citizen / Posted 4 days ago
career with the 1984 Olympic gold. He almost hung up his skates in 1977, devastated after his mother's death due to breast cancer. Faith and friends helped the teenager rededicate himself to training. Once he did, he seldom experienced... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Olympic champion puts unique spin on cancer fightcareer with the 1984 Olympic gold. He almost hung up his skates in 1977, devas
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
career with the 1984 Olympic gold. He almost hung up his skates in 1977, devastated after his mother's death due to breast cancer. Faith and friends helped the teenager rededicate himself to training. Once he did, he seldom experienced... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
Pursue dreams, give back; Distinguished Alumni Award speakers advise today’s studentsNIACC vocational instruction with high school students in various fields. He s
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 19 days ago
NIACC vocational instruction with high school students in various fields. He served on a number of state and national boards and organizations; through all his efforts, “he was obsessed with fact and truth” that made him a lifelong... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Yumi Hogan launches art therapy program at UM children's hospitalJosh Birch often puts on a strong front as he undergoes cancer treatments for n
Baltimore Sun / Posted 23 days ago
Josh Birch often puts on a strong front as he undergoes cancer treatments for non-Hodgkins lymphoma. But the 13-year-old’s steel facade cracked when an artist in residence at the University of Maryland Children’s Center recently asked him to draw the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Families affected by cancer spend 'Sundays at the Park' with OriolesJonathan Gitelman lost his cancer battle at age 46 in February 2016. He is surv
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
Jonathan Gitelman lost his cancer battle at age 46 in February 2016. He is survived by his wife, Amy, and two children, Lucas, 16, and Hannah, 14. “He was a tremendous Orioles fan,” said Joseph Gitelman, 77, of Columbia. “He really liked baseball... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
AHS alumni to honor Potach, Morrison; Award recipients distinguished selves in cancer research fundraising, higher educationa long-time Austin dentist, is a senior partner of Potach & Mitchell Dental Cli
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
a long-time Austin dentist, is a senior partner of Potach & Mitchell Dental Clinic and president of the Karl R. Potach Foundation that to date has raised about $1 million for cancer research and pediatric causes. Morrison, who died in 2015,... Read more
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Business Wire
Moderna Announces Pipeline and Corporate UpdateModerna’s development pipeline now comprises 16 mRNA therapeutics and vaccines
Business Wire / Posted 1 months ago
Moderna’s development pipeline now comprises 16 mRNA therapeutics and vaccines spanning infectious diseases, cancer (I-O), cardiovascular diseases and rare liver diseases. Approximately 460 subjects have been dosed to date across... Read more

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