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Doing The Right Thing – Cancer Survivor Taken To Prom By Football Star [Video]

I have never cheered for Trent Richardson on the football field. I will when he goes to the NFL but it won't be because of his skills as a player. It's because of his compassion for another human being. That is what makes this young man and this story so compelling to me.

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Lee Baird
Lee Baird
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Wade Hayes Continues to Build Strength Throughout Chemo Treatment for Colon Cancer

Good news for Wade Hayes, who is continuing his chemo treatment after being diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer in December. The ‘Old Enough to Know Better’ and ‘I’m Still Dancin’ With You’ singer is back on his feet, doing some light working out and even getting ready to tackle the world of songwriting this week.

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Bacon Linked to Increased Risk of Pancreatic Cancer

Eating two strips of bacon can increase your risk of developing pancreatic cancer, according to a new study published in the British Journal of Cancer.

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Lee Baird
Lee Baird
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Wade Hayes Is ‘Getting a Little Better Every Day’ Following Surgery for Colon Cancer

Wade Hayes is now resting comfortably at home following his recent surgery for colon cancer. Hayes, 42, was admitted to Nashville’s Vanderbilt Hospital earlier this month after learning he was battling stage IV colon cancer. The hit singer-songwriter’s surgery went better than doctors expected it would, and they sent Hayes home on Dec. 17, just nine days after the extensive procedure.

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Ethan Miller, Getty Images
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Toby Keith Foundation Cancer Treatment Facility Approved by Local Board

Toby Keith should be ready to raise a ‘Red Solo Cup’ in celebration. The singer’s Toby Keith Foundation has designs on opening a facility to house and provide amenities for the families of children receiving treatment for cancer. The foundation is inching closer to its goal of opening the $8.5 million complex, dubbed the OK Kids Korral, as an Oklahoma City board has approved the plans.

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Mel McDaniel Passes at Age 68

Grand Ole Opry member Mel McDaniel died yesterday after a battle with cancer. He's best known for his hits "Louisiana Saturday Night" and "Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On" and unfortunately for his tumble in 1996 into the Heymann Performing Arts Center's orchestra pit.

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(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Rule Out Cancer with Food

Simple foods from your fridge can help you in ruling out cancer.  Take care of your health, right now, don't wait any longer!

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