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Chemotherapy (INACTIVE)

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  • West L.A. pet hospital caters to high-end clients

     West L.A. pet hospital caters to high-end clients
    All the amenities of modern medicine are available at a new West Los Angeles hospital. There's 24-hour emergency care, a team of surgeons, psychology and physical therapy units, MRI and CT machines, one of the top oncologists in the country. Medical...
  • FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma

    FDA speedily approves Imbruvica, a treatment for rare lymphoma
    Less than five months after a pair of biotech companies submitted a candidate cancer drug to the Food & Drug Administration, the FDA has approved the drug ibrutinib as a "breakthrough therapy" for a rare and deadly form of the cancer, mantle cell...
  • San Francisco cheers Batkid as he lives out superhero dream

    San Francisco cheers Batkid as he lives out superhero dream
    All eyes were on “Gotham” Friday as San Francisco’s Batkid -- a 5-year-old boy battling leukemia -- lived out his dream of being a superhero, taking to the streets to save the city from the likes of the Riddler and the Penguin....
  • Batkid completes San Francisco mission; hero's welcome planned

    Batkid completes San Francisco mission; hero's welcome planned
    Batkid successfully rescued the San Francisco Giants' mascot, Lou Seal, on Friday, the 5-year-old boy's final act of bravery before heading to City Hall to a throng of adoring fans. Everywhere Miles went, crowds of city-dwellers amassed to watch as he...
  • 'Batkid' fighting cancer captures hearts, saves San Francisco

    'Batkid' fighting cancer captures hearts, saves San Francisco
    San Francisco, grappling with the exploits of the Riddler and the Penguin, will call upon a pint-sized crusader: Miles, a 5-year-old cancer-stricken boy, a.k.a. Batkid. What started out as Miles' wish to be Batman has turned into an all-out extravaganza...
  • Batkid's proud mom: Miles is a superhero

    San Francisco was getting back to normal a day after Batkid took the city by storm. Miles Scott, 5, vanquished enemies in a San Francisco transformed into Batman’s Gotham City. Nearly 12,000 volunteers and adoring fans holding signs lined the...
  • San Francisco welcomes Batkid's exploits with open arms

    San Francisco welcomes Batkid's exploits with open arms
    SAN FRANCISCO — To be an aspiring superhero these days, most 5-year-olds must enlist clueless younger siblings, restless parents, backyard shrubs, fire hydrants and all manner of pets to serve as their foils and damsels in distress. Not Miles...
  • 'Batkid' gets nod from Caped Crusaders Ben Affleck, Christian Bale

    'Batkid' gets nod from Caped Crusaders Ben Affleck, Christian Bale
    San Franciscans weren’t the only ones touched by "Batkid" Miles Scott’s adventures Friday — Caped Crusaders Christian Bale and Ben Affleck applauded the 5-year-old hero as well. “Batkid. Best Batman ever,” Affleck, who will...
  • Batkid in New York: 'It's been amazing,' cancer survivor's dad says

    Batkid in New York: 'It's been amazing,' cancer survivor's dad says
    Batkid -- the pint-sized cancer survivor who captured the nation’s heart this month while “saving” San Francisco -- was called upon again Monday, this time to battle the Joker in New York City. On Nov. 15, 5-year-old Miles Scott...
  • Hypnosis: You are getting sleepy ... and calm, and thin, and ...

    Hypnosis: You are getting sleepy ... and calm, and thin, and ...
    Ever wonder why some people, even under adverse circumstances, set goals and achieve them effortlessly? Some of them, undoubtedly, are hard-wired to succeed. They just set themselves in a direction and their mind handles the rest. But that ability is...
  • Treating the Whole Patient

    Treating the Whole Patient
    John Gibson discovered a few weeks following surgery that his cancer had progressed to stage 4 melanoma. That was last year, before he began treatment at the Beverly Hills Cancer Center, which he visited after a suggestion from a friend. “As [my...