Monday, April 21, 2014 Nisan 21, 5774
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
In its role of caring for and counseling newly diagnosed cancer patients -- as well as the afflicted no longer in remission and caregivers of cancer patients -- the Wellness Community of Philadelphia has been recognized for its outreach and assistance. As part of its ongoing mission to spread awareness about cancer-related programs and services, TWCP held its 10th annual...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Though multiple media outlets have hailed the recent findings of a cervical-cancer study as a major advancement in the detection of the disease, local doctors are wary to embrace such news at face value. These doctors advise patients to understand this controversial issue in its entirety before assuming that the study results, recently published in the New England Journal of...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Diane Kae of Delran, N.J., is creative and energetic, and easily admits to having a "type-A personality." As busy as life has always been for her, when it came to routine health care, she was "a total do-goody": She made time for regular checkups with her doctor, went every six months to the dentist, and saw a gynecologist for annual...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
For the first 41/2 years of her life, Sara Burke ran around, danced and played just like any other kid. This past July, her family decided to visit their daughter at camp, watching Sara play a munchkin during a performance of "The Wizard of Oz." Her mother, Jen, who was sitting close to the stage, noticed that her child's eye...
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A personal account on the day-in, day-out endurance test that is cancer
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Robinette Pelka, JE Feature
We need funny stories, warm blankets and magazines, just to keep our minds from focusing on the waiting room, the gateway to chemo land. It must be different for other kinds of patients -- nurses and doctors don't necessarily remind them of death. The first time, my mother and I walked toward the room in silence, holding hands. I'd collapsed...
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