Centro: New England Patriots Join Forces With The American Cancer Society And SECHCWBZ’s Yadires Nova-Salcedo talks with Korey Hofmann from the American Cancer Society and Dr. Maya Mauch from the South End Community Health Center.
Researchers Say Many People Diagnosed With Cancer Suffer From PTSDMany people diagnosed with cancer suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
Patriots Treat Cancer Survivors To Day Of PamperingIt was a one of a kind day of pampering for women dealing with cancer, all courtesy of the New England Patriots.
FDA Approves Gene Therapy Tested In Boston To Treat Adults With LymphomaIt's the second such gene therapy approved--and it uses the same technology as the first one, which was tested in Boston.
Gloucester Police Growing Beards For Pediatric Cancer ResearchGloucester Police aren't normally allowed to grow out their facial hair--but for the rest of the year, they're getting a little leeway in exchange for donations to pediatric cancer research.
State, Local Police Raise Awareness Of Breast Cancer With 'Pink Patches'Law enforcement officers from over 20 communities across the Commonwealth joined State Police and other public safety agencies at the State House Wednesday to stand against breast cancer.
Risk Of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
HealthWatch: Colon Cancer Deaths Increasing; Women Have Higher Brain ActivityDr. Mallika Marshall reports on the rising death rate from colorectal cancer and a study that shows women's brains are more active than men's.
WBZ-TV Riders Take On Pan-Mass ChallengeSeveral members of the WBZ-TV team took part in the Pan-Mass Challenge this weekend.
Riders Race To Provincetown On Day 2 Of Pan Mass ChallengeMore than 6,000 people rode their bikes across the state as part of the PMC to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
PMC Riders Carry Reminders Of Cancer's Impact On Their LivesMany Pan-Mass Challenge riders carry literal reminders of cancer's impact on their lives, in the form of photos of loved ones they've lost to the disease.
38th Pan-Mass Challenge Kicks OffMore than, 2,800 riders began the 38th Pan-Mass Challenge Saturday morning, leaving the starting line in Sturbridge around 5:30 a.m.

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