Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775
From writing about to living with breast cancer.
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Carol Saline, JE Feature
Some moments in life become embedded in your memory like a freeze frame in a movie. Is there anyone over 55 who doesn't remember exactly where they were when they heard that Kennedy had been shot? For me, one of those indelible moments will always be the phone call telling me I had breast cancer. It came at 5:30 on...
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Jordan Mazza, JE Feature
You and your best friend are the perfect match. You share countless qualities: You both like to go to bed early, stay organized, listen to Lady Gaga -- even eat cold pizza.
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CNN brings battle lines bedside
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"Take two tablets and call me in the morning" is the proverbial advice offered up by many a doctor to a less-than-seriously sick patient. But must that divine advice -- and those tablets -- be as revered as the 10 Commandments? Thou shall not ... contradict your doctor? Au contraire, argues Elizabeth Cohen, senior medical correspondent for CNN's Health, Medical...
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Nan Myers, JE Feature
This was truly a Dream Village," says Shoshana Isenberg. She is talking about the mini-vacation granted her family by the Sunshine Foundation (www. sunshinefoundation.org) , an organization headquartered in Feasterville, whose stated "sole purpose is to answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children whose families cannot fulfill their child's requests due to the financial...
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On a recent summer day, Rabbi Shloime Isaacson received an urgent call: A 98-year-woman was having difficulty breathing. Isaacson was on his way to a meeting with a potential donor for a summer-camp program connected with his Northeast Philadelphia Orthodox shul, but he quickly took a detour. He was only about a mile from the woman's home, so he sped...
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