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  • 'Brothers & Sisters': Two marrow is another day

     
    "Brothers & Sisters" returned from a monthlong hiatus with a bang of an episode that took me on a roller coaster of emotions. First, I was crestfallen. After collapsing at Justin and Rebecca's beach wedding, Kitty landed in the hospital......
  • Passing cancer from mother to baby

     
    Infants can inherit a lot of things from their mothers ??? curly hair, high cheekbones, slender fingers. And, scientists now show, cancer. Doctors have long believed that it was possible for babies to contract cancer in utero. The medical literature......
  • Youth fishing program sponsors bone marrow drive for 4-year-old

     
    *Updated to correct spelling of Maya Chamberlin's name. The 976-Tuna Youth Fishing Program is sponsoring a bone marrow drive hoping to find a match for 4-year-old Maya Chamberlin of Torrance. Maya was diagnosed Sept. 14 with hemophagocytic...
  • 4-year-old's bone marrow transplant status elevated to urgent

     
    Outposts has just learned that the bone marrow transplant status for 4-year-old Maya Chamberlin is now classified as urgent, according to her mother Mina. "It really is crunch time but this is not a game -- it's a precious life......
  • Mary Travers dies at 72; folk singer performed with the trio Peter, Paul and Mary

    Mary Travers dies at 72; folk singer performed with the trio Peter, Paul and Mary
    Mary Travers, the clarion-voiced female third of the quintessential folk trio Peter, Paul and Mary whose harmony-laden recordings of politically minded songs by Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger ushered them to the top of the sales charts in the 1960s, died...
  • Bone marrow transplant 'gets rid of' sickle cell anemia

    Bone marrow transplant 'gets rid of' sickle cell anemia
    Researchers have for the first time performed a successful bone marrow transplant to cure sickle cell disease in adults, a feat that could expand the procedure to more of the 70,000 Americans with the disease -- and possibly some other diseases as well....
  • Dr. Jean Dausset dies at 92; scientist's discovery made tissue typing for transplants possible

    Dr. Jean Dausset, the French Nobel laureate who discovered the human leukocyte antigen, or HLA, system on human tissue that made tissue typing for transplants possible, died June 6 in Mallorca, Spain. He was 92. The HLA antigens are molecules on the...