Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
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Alina Dain Sharon, JNS.org
A select group of blind German technicians are being trained to use their highly sensitized touch to examine patients for tumors , in some cases discovering cancers overlooked by doctors.
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Diane McManus, Special Section Feature
Can these so-called life savers, heralded as cancer fighters, actually harm you?
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Kyle Weintraub, a 13-year-old battling a rare form of cancer at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, telecommutes to his day school in South Florida with the help of a robot.
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By:
Lynda Dell, JE Feature
As dragon boat competitors take to the water for their first practices of the season, members of a local team comprised entirely of breast cancer survivors describe how the sport has become a crucial part of their recovery.
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By:
Ben Sales, JTA
Michelle Kolath-Arbel created Pink Perfect to provide prosthetic nipples for breast cancer patients like herself.
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