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Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees Dies From Cancer at 62

Robin Gibb, co-founder and one third of the Bee Gees, has died Sunday at 62 years old after a long battle with cancer.

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Kelly Clarkson Responds to Seattle Children’s Hospital ‘Stronger’ Video

Kelly Clarkson was so moved by the cancer patients (and nurses) at Seattle Children’s Hospital filming a video of themselves singing the empowering lyrics to her smash hit ‘Stronger’ that she recorded a video response. How sweet of her, right?

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Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’ Performed by Cancer Patients at Seattle Children’s Hospital

Kelly Clarkson‘s smash single ‘Stronger’ took on an entirely new meaning when the patients on the hemoncology floor of Seattle’s Children Hospital filmed a video of them singing the powerful lyrics.

Even the nurses get in on the fun, singing and dancing down the halls. Music really can lift people up when used right!

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Sandra Mu
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Taylor Swift’s Cancer-Stricken ACM Date Cancels

Taylor Swift is suffering another broken heart — and so is Kevin McGuire, the cancer-stricken New Jersey teen who was slated to be her date to the ACMs.

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Can Aspirin Prevent Cancer?

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but new research indicates that while it doesn’t rhyme quite as well, an aspirin a day may ward off cancer.

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Taylor Swift Asked to Go to Prom With Cancer-Stricken Teen

This scenario, about not giving up or giving up in light of horrible circumstances, sounds like something out of one of Taylor Swift‘s songs. The singer got asked to prom by Kevin McGuire, a teen who is fighting cancer for the second time in his life.

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A Woman Saves Her Own Life By Coughing Up Her Tumor

Claire Osborn, a 37-year mother of 6, from Coventry, U.K. was driving her car down the road one day and started coughing.  The next thing she knew she coughed up a ugly heart shaped mass of nastiness.

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Boy Wished to Blow-up a Building and Make-A-Wish Made it Happen

Make-A-Wish is an organization that grants wishes to kids with life threatening illnesses.  Most kids wish to go to Walt Disney World or to meet a celebrity.  However, Maxwell Hinton, wanted to blow-up a building.

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Giuliana Rancic Returns to E! News After Double Mastectomy [VIDEO]

E! News correspondent Giuliana Rancic, who bravely went public with her recent breast cancer diagnosis and decision to undergo a double mastectomy, was back on set Tuesday.

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Woman Makes Santa’s Naughty List for Falsely Claiming She Had Cancer [VIDEO]

If anyone is going to get a lumps of coal in his or her stocking this year, it’s Martha Nicholas. The Virginian woman was arrested Wednesday for bilking kind-hearted people out of money by falsely claiming she had cancer. Nicholas, 42, duped even her husband and children along the way, claimed she was a four-time cancer patient and participated in multiple cancer fundraisers

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Should Nuns Be Offered the Pill to Reduce Cancer Risks? — Health Check

If you were going to choose a segment of society least likely to need birth control pills, no one could fault you for putting nuns at the top of the list. Researchers, however, say the notoriously contraceptive-averse Catholic Church should make the pills available to those women to reduce their risk of cancer.

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Lung Cancer Is Officially No Longer Just a ‘Smoker’s Disease’ — Health Check

While most cases of lung cancer occur in smokers, nearly 20 percent of cases strike those who’ve never touched a cigarette. When it comes down to the facts, 32,000 nonsmoking Americans die from lung cancer every year — so many that experts say it’s time to stop calling it “the smoker’s disease.”

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