WHO: Processed Meat Could Cause CancerThere's a new warning about eating processed meat. The World Health Organization says it can cause cancer, and they also say eating red meat probably does, too.
Johns Hopkins Hospital Hosts Gynecologic Cancer ConferenceThe phrase “below the belt” is taking on new meaning in tonight’s WJZ HealthWatch.
Governor Hogan Visits Camden Yards To Fight Childhood CancerGov. Larry Hogan stopped by Camden Yards to help the Baltimore Orioles in the fight against childhood cancer.
Governor Hogan Visits Camden Yards To Fight Childhood CancerGov. Larry Hogan stopped by Camden Yards to help the Baltimore Orioles in the fight against childhood cancer.
International Lecturer Grants 'Eternal Luck' To Kids With CancerBaltimore is hosting a ceremonial presentation of 2,000 origami cranes from Japanese pediatric cancer patients on Tuesday afternoon.
Gov. Hogan Feeling Strong After 4th Round Of ChemoGovernor Larry Hogan is heading home, after completing his fourth round of chemo.
New Blood Test Can Reveal Breast Cancer Well Before Tumor GrowsScientists say they've developed a blood test for breast cancer that could predict a relapse of the disease months before tumors start forming again.
Maryland Governor Reaches Half-Way Point In ChemotherapyMaryland Governor Larry Hogan has reached the half-way point in his chemotherapy treatment for non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Chesapeake Urology Holds Prostate Cancer Screening ClinicToday Chesapeake Urology held a prostate cancer screening clinic in Baltimore.
New Study Could Make Drastic Change In Cancer TreatmentA new, first-of-its-kind study may change the way some cancer patients are treated. Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York say their study is an example of how precision medicine can work.
$750M Lawsuit Claims Army Recklessly Handled Toxins Which Killed People In Md.A group of people battling cancer in Frederick, who lost loved ones, are suing Fort Detrick for $750 million.
Gov. Hogan: '95 Percent Of My Cancer Is Gone'A major positive turn for Governor Larry Hogan in his fight against cancer. Hogan tells The Washington Post 95 percent of his cancer is gone.

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