BBC News 24
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Then she takes you through the treatment and it is quite heartbreaking. She has to have chemotherapy to kill cells, the bad cells, and then she can start regenerating her own cells. She is in remission now and she has to wait a couple of years to see if it works, but she is full of a couple of years to see if it recommend anybody to read it.
Voice Of America
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The cancer is now in remission and, as later pictures show, Baden quickly bounced back. The only lasting change from that time, he says, has been his eyebrows; they never quite grew back. And there's been just one day over the past 30 years where Baden admits he neglected to take a photo: Oct. 15, 1991. "It was a dumb moment of forgetfulness," he said.
Sittingbourne Messenger
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A boy returned to the football pitch on Sunday for the first time after being told he is in remission.
Radar Online
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Christina and Tarek El Moussa s split was a long time coming, RadarOnline.com can reveal! Like any couple, we had our share of issues, Christina told PEOPLE . But we went through a lot in a short amount of time. Radar reported that the couple battled Tarek's cancer and Christina's infertility at the same time . Tarek is now in remission , and the couple welcomed their son Brayden in September 2015. PHOTOS: Daddy-Daughter Day! ‘Flip Or FlopStar Tarek El Moussa Takes Taylor To American Girl Christina, 33, went back to filming Flip or Flop just a month later — and it ultimately led to the demise of their marriage. It was too soon for me, she told PEOPLE . I was overwhelmed. The tension between me and Tarek was high. We weren't able to properly communicate anymore, she explained.
Mondoweiss
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.. The day Jallad was shot at the Huwwara checkpoint in Nablus, he was on his way to his final chemotherapy session after his cancer had gone into remission. After the shooting, he was taken to Israel’s Beilinson Hospital, where he died a week ago. Mohammed Jalad's father Thabath, from KBNews site Head of the Palestinian Committee of PrisonersAffairs Issa Qaraqe told Ma‘an that Jallad’s “martyrdom” was a “new crime on Israel’s record of criminal activities against the Palestinian people.” He corroborated Jallad’s father’s comments that his death was not caused by his cancer, but due to the gunshot wound inflicted by Israeli forces. According to a report by Israeli newspaper Haaretz , when Jallad was on his way to what was supposed to be his last treatment session, he mistakenly took a shared taxi traveling in the wrong direction. Upon realizing his mistake, he exited the vehicle and tried to run to the other side of the highway to get a taxi headed toward Nablus.
ScienceDaily
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Daily Mail - Australia
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NBC News
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The Huffington Post
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What that meant was to love herself unconditionally and be who she was moment by moment. Reading about Anita's spontaneous remission from cancer was awe inspiring. Even more fascinating to me was what she learned in her visit to the other side and how it played out when she came back to Earth. Before her NDE, Anita didn't live by her inner light. In fact, she was very much disconnected from that source. Raised in Hong Kong by Indian parents, she learned to deny her true self at an early age to fit in. She had been people pleasing for so long that the first thought that came to her when she was diagnosed with cancer was, "Good, now I have a reason to take care of myself." In my phone conversation with Anita, she assured me that if we all listened to our inner voice and did what felt right, our lives would unfold better than we could ever imagine.
ScienceDaily
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Researchers have developed the first computer machine-learning model to accurately predict which patients diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia, or AML, will go into remission following treatment for their disease and which will relapse.
BBC One London
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That is when the review reported into alleged corruption in the Stephen Lawrence case. It said that there was a mass shredding of documents. That prompted the Metropolitan Police remission to instruct officers not to shed any more documents until he investigated the officer.
Liverpool Echo
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BBC Two Scotland
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Scott Sinclair's 14th remission goal. It surely puts this game beyond St Johnstone. Peter used pans goby as a shield to curl that in at the near post. Celtic turning on the style.
Sky News
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You think, 'How long have I got'? You are looking for the worst scenario possible. This is Sharon. She is 61. Diagnosed with womb cancer in 2007, she is in remission now. I am here to see everything going on, my grandchildren grow up. Her disease was weight-related, and like many other cancers, predicted to rise amongst women over the next two decades.
ITV
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It means around 4.5 million women could be diagnosed with the disease by 2035. Cancer Research UK says obesity, alcohol and smoking are partly to blame. Laura Makin-Isherwood reports. Debbie Vince was disagnosed with cancer of the womb five years ago. But after treatment, is now in remission. She says since the diagnosis, she's done all she can to keep fit and at a healthy weight.
ITV
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The main focus blame. Laura Makin-Isherwood reports. Debbie Vince was diagnosed with cancer of the womb five years ago. But after treatment, is now in remission. She says since the diagnosis She's done all she can to keep fit - and at a healthy weight. My cancer has a direct link with obesity and alcohol are partly to blame.
BBC Two Wales
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My wife is employed by Macmillan. What is clear is that there are two developments that people will find if they're diagnosed with cancer. More and more people are living with cancer, that is the phrase that is used, cancers that cannot be cured in the conventional sense of five years remission.
The Iran Project
a month
She is unsure of what her status is now. She is unsure of what it will be when she goes into remission. “When you are going through treatment for something so serious, the last thing you want to think about is your status,” Yaghoubi said. “It’s heartbreaking.” Yaghoubi’s father, who is in Iran with her brother, and has a visa, is barred from visiting her. Her mother, who is staying with Yaghoubi in Memphis is uncertain whether returning to visit her son in Iran or to check in on her job as an accountant, would leave her daughter indefinitely alone. But her mom knows staying in the United States might risk her employment — and her family’s stability — all together. In 24 hours, it has become yet another unbelievable anxiety in their lives. When Yaghoubi found herself in the hospital less than a month after arriving in the United States with cancer, it took her parents two months to get an appointment for a visa.
BBC News 24
a month
Yes, he did know that he had cancer. It was in remission. But he wanted to do the film and brought incredible qualities to it, it was wonderful for us. How will you remember him? Just an amazing sense of humour. A constant twinkle and the ability to know every person's name who was involved in the film and to ask them how they were, And tributes have been pouring for Sir John Hurt.
Sky News
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Thank you very much for joining us. Your reaction to this news we have heard that John hurt has passed away at the age of 77? Enormous sadness. That is shared by my wife and I. He was a great friend and the last time we saw him he was in remission from pancreatic cancer and was fighting it and was looking well.
PerezHilton
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Things have been seeming pretty bleak ever since Donald Trump officially entered office, but this amazing piece of news should at least brighten your day! British doctors are saying they have cured two infants of cancer!! According to a report in the Science Translational Medicine magazine, both infants had previously undergone chemo and bone marrow transplants, which didn't work. Related: Erin Andrews Reveals Secret Battle With Cervical Cancer But using "designer cells" injected into the babies, ages 11 and 16 months at the time, the T-cells attacked the cancerous cells to basically perform a miracle. Over a year later in remission, and the doctors feel confident enough to say they're leukemia-free! This is so huge, especially as it marks the first time ever that cancer has been treated with genetically engineered immune cells from a donor! We're no medical professional, but this sounds like a breakthrough. We can only hope more research put into this treatment will lead to many more successful cases !!
Daily Mail - USA
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The Huffington Post
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We also sent them to a pulmonologist to try to determine if there were other explanations for their symptoms apart from asthma. Ultimately, 33 percent of the participants were found not to have active asthma, despite being completely off medications. RG: Why do you think you were unable to find asthma in so many previously diagnosed patients? Aaron: There are two reasons for this. Firstly, some patients were misdiagnosed in the community - meaning they never had asthma to begin with. Secondly, some had asthma, but it was inactive - meaning it was in remission. RG: What makes asthma so difficult to diagnose? Aaron: A lot of other diseases can present with cough, shortness of breath, and wheeze. For instance, serious diseases like congestive heart failure or pulmonary embolism can present with these symptoms, as well as much less serious diseases like allergic rhinitis or heartburn.
BBC News 24
a month
It is interesting to note how Obama spoke of global terrorism. He often referred to it as a cancer. You do not necessarily beat cancer, you try to put it into remission. In a way one of those bizarre things that despite having no background in this, he of believes his got is somehow more powerful than people who know a great deal -- his gut.