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Yale Cancer Center's tip sheet for the 50th Annual Meeting of ASCO May 30-June 3, 2014
Irwin, pennsylvania
( Yale University ) The news items below are from oral presentations or poster sessions scheduled for the 50th annual ASCO conference. Yale Cancer Center will have experts available to speak with the media before or during ASCO.Abstracts cover immunotherapy for Melanoma and Bladder Cancer; PSMA; Breast Cancer Biomarkers; Cervical Cancer Screening; Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer; and Mental Health ...
May 28 2014
Yale Cancer Center studies find lifestyle changes improve biomarkers for breast cancer recurrence a
Irwin, pennsylvania
( Yale University ) A pair of Yale Cancer Center interventional studies involving breast cancer survivors found that lifestyle changes in the form of healthy eating and regular exercise can decrease biomarkers related to breast cancer recurrence and mortality. The abstracts are scheduled to be presented at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago May 30 ...
May 28 2014
How Skipping School Could Land Kids in Jail
But when Judge Tim Irwin announced what he planned to do with her, the girl known as A.G. screamed in disbelief. Guards forced the sobbing teen out of the Knox County Juvenile Court in Knoxville, Tenn., and clapped shackles on her legs. Now she was being led through a juvenile detention center to a cell with a sliver of a window and a concrete slab with a mattress.
May 12 2014
Man charged in Westmoreland County killing accused of trying to hire hitman to kill witness
Lee J. Atwood, 54, of Irwin, has been in the Westmoreland County Prison on a first-degree murder charge since his Aug. 13 arrest.
October 04 2013
Irwin Man Accused In Murder For Hire Case
A man already facing murder charges is now accused in a murder for hire from behind bars.
October 03 2013
Crochet project brightens Golden Heights Personal Care Home in Irwin
By Rossilynne Skena, Tribune-Review Along Irwin’s busy Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday afternoon, passers-by honked and waved at the residents of Golden Heights Personal Care home who spent the afternoon ...
August 23 2013
Westmoreland County Marine Killed in Afghanistan
40 Year Old Marine from Irwin in North Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County was killed while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
October 04 2012
M. Rita Irwin
Olmsted Falls, ohio
M. Rita Irwin (nee Kruise), 87, of Lorain, passed away in the afternoon hours of Wednesday, May 30, 2012, at the Hospice Care Center at the Renaissance in Olmsted Falls, following an illness of two weeks. She was born in Rosebud, Pennsylvania July 19, 1924, and was a 1942 graduate of Beccaria Township High School. Rita had been a resident of Lorain since 1945. She was a parishioner of St. Mary ...
June 21 2012
Global Health Priorities Should Shift to Preventing Risky Behaviors in Adolescence
Irwin, pennsylvania
As childhood and adolescent deaths from infectious diseases have declined worldwide, policymakers are shifting attention to preventing deaths from noncommunicable causes, such as drug and alcohol use, mental health problems, obesity, traffic crashes, violence and unsafe sex practices.
April 30 2012
Hannastown wants Postal Service to deliver some good news
Irwin, pennsylvania
Doug Fordyce doesn't care about the financial problems facing the U.S. Postal Service. What he cares about is the $500 a month rent the Hannastown Volunteer Fire Department will lose each month if the post office, located in the fire hall, is closed.
March 23 2012
Judge OKs sale of Morris-owned homes
Irwin, pennsylvania
A federal bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of three area personal care homes owned by Altoona businessman Gregory Morris and his business partners. Judge Jeffery A. Deller authorized the sale of three area Colonial Courtyard homes for $16.
March 23 2012
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