Tag Archives: Cancer

Obama’s Secret Service kicks kids with cancer out of DC park

When President Obama has to speak to the Congressional Black Caucus, nothing gets in his way. Not even kids with cancer. CureFest, an annual event to raise money and awareness for a cure for childhood cancer, was held this past weekend in Washington, D.C. According to the Washington Post, CureFest held a vigil Saturday night at Layfayette Square, the park ... Read More »

Dem Sen. Barbara Boxer: Keystone Pipeline Would Cause Cancer And Heart Disease

In a Wednesday press conference held with with Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), anti-Keystone XL activists and environmentalists, Boxer said the pipeline would add pollutants to the air that would increase the likelihood of people getting cancer or heart disease.

“I do believe the public health impacts are something that average people can really relate to because they know cancer is the second leading cause of death in this country — heart disease is number one — and all of this filthy air contributes to both of those.” ...

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The Obamacare Lessons In A Cancer Patient’s Cancelled Insurance

Edie Littlefield Sundby may not have thought she'd ignite a national debate when the stage-4 cancer survivor asked us to publish her Monday op-ed on losing her oncologist due to the Affordable Care Act. But she certainly has, and it's important to understand why. Mrs. Sundby and millions like her must be denied their medical choices ifObamaCare is going to work as its liberal planners intend...

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Google CEO Wants To Cure Death

In person, it can be a little hard to hear Larry Page. That’s because he has vocal-cord nerve damage, one cord paralyzed about 14 years ago, the other left with limited movement after a cold last summer. This rare condition doesn’t slow him down, though it has made his voice raspy and faint. You have to listen carefully. But it’s generally worth it
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