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American Cancer Society begins cancer research study
Saturday Feb 16 2013
The American Cancer Society is holding a kickoff for Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3), a large-scale, long-term study looking at the lifestyle, environmental and genetic factors t ...
Longtime Roseville activist placed on hospice
Tuesday Jan 29 2013
Even on hospice, Roseville resident Jack Wallace hasn’t stopped talking about what’s going on politically in the city he calls home. Wallace, 82, has devoted much of h ...
Roseville man refuses to let cancer defeat him
Tuesday Jan 15 2013
It’s the question with no easy answer: Should a person with a life-threatening disease and dire prognosis forgo additional treatment or keep going until all possible options ...
Sargeant Elementary pays tribute to student
Wednesday Sep 26 2012
A crape myrtle tree was planted at Sargeant Elementary School in Roseville on Wednesday to honor a little boy who lost his life to brain cancer. Paul J. Virador, 6, succumbed ...
‘Harvest of Hope’ gala raises money for cancer group
Thursday Aug 23 2012
Enjoy an evening under the moonlight at a beautiful estate, while helping out a good cause. The fourth annual American Cancer Society's Harvest of Hope Gala takes place Saturday, S ...
Refusing to let go of a dream
Wednesday Aug 15 2012
Rocklin’s Glen Peacock family is understandably proud that their youngest is now playing football on a scholarship at Midland University in Fremont, Neb., but the road it took to ...
Roseville girl wishes for "Team in Training" donations
Tuesday Jul 10 2012
A Roseville couple has a birthday wish on behalf of their little daughter. The Herrington family is asking local residents and businesses to consider donating to Jodee's Team in T ...
Roseville dad, daughter forge bond in cancer's shadow
Monday Jun 11 2012
Just like many parents of teenagers, Nasir and Jeanne Moloo affectionately ribbed their daughter about getting a summer job as the school year came to a close. "We've been trying ...
Oakmont team will Relay in honor of principal
Monday Apr 23 2012
Oakmont High School junior Julie Zimmer wears a silver necklace pretty much every day. The pendant, a ribbon, is a reminder of her battle with cancer. Not that she needs a reminde ...
Granite Bay dad recovering from bone marrow transplant
Monday Oct 03 2011
Until recently, Tim and Jana Krumal hadn’t spent more than two nights away from their four young children. Now they expect to spend the next three months living apart. The ...
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