A life-saving decision made by the Social Security Administration was announced Monday in Baltimore.
Prostate cancer takes the lives of more than 30,000 men every year. But thousands laced up their shoes Sunday to raise money for awareness in the fight against the disease.
It started right here in Baltimore, and it’s become a nationwide event. On Sunday, hundreds will gather in Towson for the ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge.
Prostate cancer strikes thousands of men every year, but going out and getting tested can very well be the difference between life and death. For that reason, WJZ is a proud sponsor of the 6th Annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge.
It’s become one of the biggest events of its kind in the nation, and its all for a good cause. Hundreds of Baltimoreans will lace up their shoes for the sixth annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge.
The same group that came out and said mammograms may not be necessary is now questioning a test used to diagnose prostate cancer. And at least one local doctor says, this is ridiculous.
One in six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. After Sunday’s 5th Annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge, $300,000 raised will now be going to help find a cure.
It’s an event that saves lives. This weekend marks the 5th annual Great Prostate Cancer Challenge.
Marty had “Coffee With” football legends/cancer survivors Deacon Jones & Mike Haynes about battling prostate cancer. For People Are Talking, Ron Matz was in downtown Baltimore talking about the Grand Prix.
Orioles Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson has been discharged from the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
Fans of Baltimore Orioles legend Brooks Robinson are wishing him well as he recovers from a fever and infection.