A cause is something that unites people. It’s a goal, a focus, a pathway. Now, as Mike Schuh reports, the freshmen at Loyola Blakefield who gave that school a cause won’t see how it turns out.
Mix 106.5′s Maria Dennis shares with listeners why she hasn’t been in the studio for the last few days.
Every week, hundreds of patients, including children, are admitted to new clinical trials at the National Institutes of Health. Now many are losing hope as the government shutdown continues.
A Towson family lands in the national spotlight. The president of the United States invited Alycia Steinbeck and her daughter Avey to the White House to help rally support for the Affordable Care Act. Avey is a 3-year-old leukemia patient.
Baltimoreans turned out in droves at a bone marrow drive not just to help those battling leukemia but one of their own.
A former Ravens coach–now head coach for the Indianapolis Colts–is fighting back against cancer. There is promising news that coach Chuck Pagano is beating leukemia.
The Ravens have always been a family. And when one of their own is hurting, they are all hurting. And while Pagano may be a member of the Indianapolis Colts, the players in Owings Mills will always consider Pagano a Raven.
Pagano is now head coach with the Colts
Colts coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with leukemia and is expected to be hospitalized six to eight weeks as he undergoes treatment.
A critical shortage of a drug needed to treat childhood leukemia may be over– for now.
It’s a tough day for a Baltimore County community. They came together to say goodbye to a beloved 13-year-old boy who died of cancer.
Coach Brenda Frese has a new foe off the court– helping to expose companies raking in cash for drugs in short supply while patients are fighting to survive.