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    A simple blood test that promises to be better at spotting early-stage breast cancer than a mammogram has been hailed as a ‘game-changer’ for women’s health. The Trucheck test, which highlights cancer cells circulating in the blood, correctly identifies 92 per cent of breast cancers – around five percentage points higher than mammography. But scientists say the real breakthrough is its enhanced ability to spot early-stage breast cancers that are so small they are difficult to pick up on scans, particularly among younger women. Breast cancer surgeon Professor Kefah Mokbel, who was involved in the research, predicted the blood test would lead to a ‘paradigm shift’ in screening for breast cancer. ‘Potentially, this test is a game-changer. It could transform breast cancer screening,’ he said. A simple blood test that promises to be better at spotting early-stage breast cancer than a mammogram has been hailed as a ‘game-changer’ for women’s health RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next WHO declares monkeypox to be a global health emergency - the... Can't take HRT? Here are some of...
    THOUSANDS more women could get a survival-boosting breast cancer drug on the NHS to buy them precious extra time. A study found the medicine Enhertu adds months to the lives of a new group of incurable patients equal to around 17,000 women in the UK. 1Thousands more women with incurable breast cancer could benefit from a drug already available on the NHSCredit: Alamy It can halve the chances of cancer spreading and slash death risk by a third in the first 18 months, compared to standard chemotherapy. Dr Susan Galbraith, from drug-maker AstraZeneca, said: “This is a pivotal moment in breast cancer treatment. “Time until the cancer comes back again is time when you can get on with other things - you’re giving people back their lives. “We are also confident we can take this drug into the earlier stages of breast cancer to increase the cure rate. Early trials are ongoing.” Dr Kotryna Temcinaite, from the charity Breast Cancer Now, added: “It’s hugely exciting that this drug may benefit even more breast cancer patients, giving them the hope of...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — A new study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine takes a fresh look at mammograms and breast cancer detection. Scientists studied data from the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium and found one in seven woman were actually “overdiagnosed” upon a breast cancer screening. READ MORE: Man Wounded In South San Jose Shooting; Suspect Under ArrestPrevious research put the estimate at 30% An overdiagnosis occurs when the detected cancer is actually slow-growing or poses no harm. That means some patients end up undergoing unnecessary and costly treatments and tests. READ MORE: CHP Arrests Suspect In Freeway Shootings In Livermore, Tracy AreaUCSF Breast Cancer Program Director Laura Esserman, who was not involved in the study, told KPIX that not all breast cancers should be treated aggressively, and not all are found with mammograms. “About 60% of cancers are found with screening, but 40% of cancers are found by women themselves because they feel something. A super important point if you feel a mass. Just because you had a recent normal mammogram – don’t ignore it. This is...
    A WONDER drug is giving hope to thousands with one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer. Pembrolizumab slashes the risk of tumours returning or spreading by 37 per cent. 2New breast cancer wonder drug slashes risk of tumours returning or spreading by 37 per cent The findings are from a study of those suffering from triple negative breast cancer, which is much more likely to affect the under-40s. The drug, already used to treat other cancers, works by stimulating the immune system so that it can recognise and attack a tumour. Lead researcher Professor Peter Schmid, of Queen Mary University of London, said: “We now have long-term results that show the cure rate for these cancers is significantly increased.” Pembrolizumab has already been approved for treatment of breast cancer in the US. Experts hope the latest results will mean the NHS does likewise. Every year in the UK, 8,000 women are diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. Dr Kotryna Temcinaite, from Breast Cancer Now, said: “This promising new treatment could potentially prevent more lives being lost to this devastating...
    A GROUNDBREAKING new test could detect if you're at risk of four cancers during a routine smear. Called the "women's cancer risk identification", it can predict the possibility of developing ovarian, breast, womb and cervical cancers. 1Up to four cancers could be detected in just one routine smear testCredit: Getty - Contributor It would catch up to 30 per cent more women at high risk of these killer diseases than current tests. Using samples taking during a smear test would also mean minimal discomfort and appointments needed to keep tabs on multiple body parts. Together, these four cancers account for more than 50 per cent of all cancers in women in Europe. More than 250,000 European women and people with gynae organs are diagnosed with these diseases each year, and almost 45,000 die from them. The earlier a cancer is detected, the more chance of beating it - so if the risk factor is known early on, this would be hugely helpful in treatment. People found to have a high risk of any of these four cancers could then be offered regular check ups or risk-reducing surgery...
    If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to cut back on your alcohol, here’s some extra incentive for that plan: It could lower your risk of getting cancer. “The connection with alcohol and breast cancer has been well defined,” Dr. Paula Rosenblatt, an oncologist who treats breast cancer patients at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center and assistant professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. “There are hundreds of studies that have shown the association that, basically, as little as a drink a day can increase one’s risk of breast cancer,” she said. When it comes to talking about alcohol and health, Rosenblatt said the talk about a glass of wine a day being good for your heart has overshadowed the fact that alcohol can also have serious health risks, such as cancer. It’s not just breast cancer — the risk of other cancers of the head and neck and throughout the body increases with alcohol use. As for why alcohol has this effect, there are a couple of hypotheses. “Alcohol is just empty calories...
    WASHINGTON (CBS) – On this Veterans Day–the White House is announcing new steps to look at the health effects of exposure to toxic contaminants while serving in the U.S. military. There are growing concerns as veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars develop a range of cancers after being exposed to military burn pits. Marine veteran Kate Hendricks Thomas never imagined a battle with stage four breast cancer, a reality she’s had to share with her seven-year-old son, Matthew. READ MORE: BSO: Juvenile Treated For Injuries After Being Attacked By Pit Bull In Dania Beach“We’ve started to tell him the truth that, you know, mommy has a terminal condition and it is going to kill her, but that she’ll always be with you,” she described. Hendricks Thomas learned of her diagnosis four years ago at age 38, more than a decade after returning home from Iraq. “I was seeing my nurse practitioner for an annual exam and she said I want you to go get a mammogram based on where you’ve been stationed,” Hendricks Thomas recalled. “She...
    Woobie Rust went for a massage last June, when she noticed pain in her breast while lying on the massage table. Rust, 39 of New York, did a self-exam and told Fox News she immediately met with a doctor and underwent a series of imaging studies. Within two weeks, she was met with a stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis. "It spread to the hips and bones," Rust, chief compliance officer of a startup company, told Fox News, adding that she’s drawing support from her family and faith in coping with the diagnosis. BREAST CANCER RISK: WHAT IS THE PALB2 GENE MUTATION? EXPERT WEIGHS IN From left, Dr. Sarah Cate, director of the special surveillance and breast program at Mount Sinai Beth Israel; patient Woobie Rust and Dr. Theresa Shao, hematology and oncology specialist, stand in front of the Chelsea Medical Center at Mount Sinai where Rust receives her cancer care. (Mount Sinai Health System) Prior to her diagnosis, Rust said she was "perfectly fine" but added that her mother is a breast cancer survivor. Rust had undergone annual physical...
    Originally Published by: Large goldfish caught in the wild across multiple states spark warnings from local officials Hoverboard explodes in Utah familys home, video shows Man takes dog dying of cancer for one last walk up mountain in wheelbarrow Overall cancer death rates continue to decline in the U.S., a National Cancer Institute report found, with the most notable decreases found among lung cancer and melanoma. For other cancers, the news was not as promising, as the report found previous declining trends in death rates for prostate, colorectal and female breast cancers had slowed or disappeared.  Still, data reflected a decrease in death rates for 11 of the 19 most common cancers in men and for 14 of the 20 most common cancers among women between 2014 and 2018. It also saw that, while overall cancer incidence rates were slightly lower among Black people than White people, they had higher death rates.  “It is encouraging to see a continued decline in death rates for many of the common cancers,” said Karen Hacker, M.D., M.P.H., director...
    Aspirin is commonly known as a cheap and effective over-the-counter painkiller, but a new study suggests it is also a successful cancer treatment option too.  Academics at Cardiff University carried out a review of prior observational studies in patients with 18 different cancers, including breast, colon and prostate.  Out of around 250,000 patients, taking aspirin was associated with a reduction of about 20 per cent in cancer deaths, compared to those who didn't take the drug.   Aspirin reduces 'metastatic spread' – the spread of cancer within the body, the academics say.  They added that 'serious consideration' should therefore be given regarding the use of aspirin alongside – but not instead of – other therapies to treat cancer.  Patients with cancer should be encouraged to raise the topic of aspirin taking with their doctors, the researchers said.  Aspirin is a common, cheap and safe drug which is often prescribed to prevent heart disease and strokes as well as a regular over-the-counter painkiller The study has been led by Professor Peter Elwood, an honorary professor at Cardiff University who has studied the effects of...
    Originally Published by: Kayleigh McEnany talks undergoing double mastectomy, potential run for office Excessive heat is Americas No. 1 weather killer Rise in risky driving led to 38,680 deaths in 2020, NHTSA reports A pill has been shown to help keep certain early-stage, hard-to-treat breast cancers at bay after initial treatment in findings being reported early because they are so promising. Study results were released Thursday by the American Society of Clinical Oncology ahead of its annual meeting and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The pill, called Lynparza, was found to help breast cancer patients with harmful mutations live longer without disease after their cancers had been treated with standard surgery and chemotherapy. It was studied in patients with mutations in genes known as BRCA1 and BRCA2 that can predispose people to breast cancer if they don’t work properly, but who did not have a gene flaw that can be targeted by the drug Herceptin. Most patients in the study also had tumors that were not fueled by...
    A pill has been shown to help keep certain early-stage, hard-to-treat breast cancers at bay after initial treatment in findings being reported early because they are so promising. Study results were released Thursday by the American Society of Clinical Oncology ahead of its annual meeting and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The pill, called Lynparza, was found to help breast cancer patients with harmful mutations live longer without disease after their cancers had been treated with standard surgery and chemotherapy. THIS COVID-19 VACCINE SIDE EFFECT COULD BE CONFUSED FOR BREAST CANCER, DOCTOR WARNS It was studied in patients with mutations in genes known as BRCA1 and BRCA2 that can predispose people to breast cancer if they don't work properly, but who did not have a gene flaw that can be targeted by the drug Herceptin. Most patients in the study also had tumors that were not fueled by the hormones estrogen or progesterone. Cancers not fueled by these two hormones or by the gene Herceptin targets are called "triple negative." They are especially hard to treat. ...
    By Carla K. Johnson | Associated Press A pill has been shown to help keep certain early-stage, hard-to-treat breast cancers at bay after initial treatment in findings being reported early because they are so promising. Study results were released Thursday by the American Society of Clinical Oncology ahead of its annual meeting and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The pill, called Lynparza, was found to help breast cancer patients with harmful mutations live longer without disease after their cancers had been treated with standard surgery and chemotherapy. It was studied in patients with mutations in genes known as BRCA1 and BRCA2 that can predispose people to breast cancer if they don’t work properly, but who did not have a gene flaw that can be targeted by the drug Herceptin. Most patients in the study also had tumors that were not fueled by the hormones estrogen or progesterone. Cancers not fueled by these two hormones or by the gene Herceptin targets are called “triple negative.” They are especially hard to treat. The new study...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Allegheny Health Network is offering free cancer screenings on June 19. READ MORE: State Police Issue Arrest Warrant For Paris Carter, Identified As Suspect In Muddy Creek Twp. Shooting Screenings will be available for breast cancer, cervical cancer, colorectal cancers, head and neck cancers, lung cancer, prostate cancer and skin cancer at AHN Cancer Institute in Monaca. The event is open to AHN and non-AHN patients and health insurance isn’t required. READ MORE: Pennsylvania To Resume Work Search Requirement For Unemployment Benefits Screenings for breast and lung cancer will also be available in Wexford. MORE NEWS: Heavy Rain Leads To Flooded Roads You can make an appointment by calling 412-359-6665. You can learn more online.
    Skipping just one mammogram screening prior to being diagnosed with breast cancer can significantly increase your risk of death by 41 per cent, a study has warned. Researchers analysed health data on nearly 550,000 women from nine Swedish counties who were eligible for breast cancer screening between 1992 and 2016.    They found that women who attended their screening sessions were 50 per cent less likely to die of breast cancer in the next ten years than those who did not. Mammogram screenings can help detect breast cancer at an early stage when it is easier to treat, thereby helping to reduce deaths from the disease. Despite its established effectiveness, however, experts have warned that many women are not participating in the regular examinations recommended to them. Having skipped just one mammogram screening (pictured) prior to being diagnosed with breast cancer can significantly increase your risk of death, a study has warned (stock image)WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR BREAST CANCER SCREENING AND HOW DOES IT WORK?What is breast cancer screening? Screening is a procedure which allows doctors to catch breast cancer while it is still...
    TAKING three aspirin pills a week can slash the risk of dying from breast and bladder cancers, say researchers. Tests suggest the drug combats inflammatory processes in the diseases. 1Aspirin helps boost cancer survival rates, researchers sayCredit: Getty - Contributor But its long-term use can have harmful side- effects, experts warned. They studied 140,000 US adults, mostly over 65, for up to 13 years. Those with breast cancer who took aspirin at least three times a week were a quarter less likely to die. Survival rates for bladder tumour patients were boosted by a third. Any aspirin use cut the risk of death by 21 and 25 per cent compared to those who never had it. Most read in Health NewsBreakingJET-SET ARRESTCapitol rioter who flew to siege on private jet from TX is arrested by FBIMAGNATE TRAGEDYSweet’N Low CEO 'jumps to his death at 89 after struggle with Parkinson’s'GUN A RUNNER NRA files for bankruptcy and plans to move from New York to TexasEMERGENCY ACTIONMaryland Gov Larry Hogan declares a State of Emergency for inaugurationBRACED FOR VIOLENCEHigh alert for...
    Taking aspirin every other day slashes the risk of dying from breast or bladder cancer by up to a third, a new study claims.  The 'wonderpill' is already taken by millions of Brits to protect against heart disease.  Now, researchers have revealed that aspirin can also improve survival rates for some cancers, including bladder and breast.     Based on the findings, the researchers are calling for further population-based evidence to shed light on the potential protective effects of aspirin.  Taking aspirin every other day slashes the risk of dying from breast cancer by a quarter, a new study claims WHAT IS ASPIRIN? Aspirin is an everyday painkiller for aches and pains such as headache, toothache and period pain.  It can also be used to treat colds and "flu-like" symptoms, and to bring down a high temperature. It is also known as acetylsalicylic acid. Aspirin is also available combined with other ingredients in some cold and flu remedies. You can buy most types of aspirin from pharmacies, shops and supermarkets. Some types are only available on prescription. It comes as tablets or...
    By Denise Mann HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) WEDNESDAY, Dec. 30, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- Women with advanced breast cancer who undergo surgery to remove the tumor after chemotherapy or another type of systemic treatment may live longer than those who don't have surgery, a new study suggests. The findings challenge a long-held belief that surgery confers little benefit for women with stage 4 breast cancer unless the cancer is causing pain, bleeding or other symptoms. Stage 4 is the point at which the cancer has spread beyond the breast and nearby lymph nodes to other parts of the body. "As our systemic therapies to treat breast cancer get better and better, we have to always rethink the paradigms that we have lived by, and we may have been very right to say that surgery added very little for these patients a decade ago, but it's time to rethink that now," said study author Dr. Daleela Dodge, an associate professor of surgery at Penn State Cancer Institute in Hershey, Pa. Dodge's team analyzed a nationwide database of close to 13,000 women who...
    WAYNE, New Jersey (WABC) -- A pair of sisters in New Jersey say they discovered their breast cancers because of a pet dog."Mine was like a grape and when she was like, 'oh mine is like a clementine,' I was like what?!," Amanda said.Amanda says she discovered her tumor when her pet pug named Daisy jumped on her."This one jumped on my chest and I was like 'ow that kind of hurt," Amanda said.Later, Amanda's older sister Amy found a lump while she was watching television in a t-shirt, but without a bra on which is important to note because she says when she put the bra on she couldn't feel it anymore.She says it felt like a "clementine, but it was not protruding. I know it sounds very large when I'm saying it."It turned out to be stage three breast cancer, doctors also found cancer in her lymph nodes.So both sisters, in their mid-30s got double mastectomies, but Amy also had chemotherapy and radiation.Their doctor says their prognoses are good."This is definitely a first for me. Generally we recommend...
    Sarah Harding, the 38-year-old singer from UK group Ladies Aloud, revealed her breast most cancers prognosis on Wednesday and mentioned “the most cancers has superior to different elements” of her physique as nicely. “There’s no simple solution to say this and really it doesn’t even really feel actual scripting this, however right here goes,” Harding started on Twitter. “Earlier this 12 months I used to be identified with breast most cancers and a few weeks in the past I acquired the devastating information that the most cancers has superior to different elements of my physique.”Sarah HardingMike Marsland/WireImageHarding said in a separate tweet that she is “at the moment present process weekly chemotherapy periods,” and is “combating as onerous as I presumably can.” Harding mentioned she determined to talk out about her prognosis after “it was talked about on-line that I had been seen in hospital” within the final week. “I really feel now could be the time to let folks know what’s happening and that is the easiest way I can consider to take action,” Harding penned. The UK-born singer...
    Teresa Carr August 17, 2020 11:27AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Undark. Last spring, a reminder popped up on my calendar that I was due for a couple of routine cancer screenings. But healthy me wasn't going anywhere near a health care facility in a pandemic — and apparently, the rest of America had similar thoughts. Screening for breast, colon, and cervical cancers fell as much as 94 percent in March compared to averages from the same time period over the last three years, according to an analysis of 2.7 million health records by the health care software company Epic. As the pandemic has worn on, though, many doctors and health care facilities are beckoning patients back, telling them it's safe and prudent to schedule appointments, that delaying screenings can do more harm than good by causing a dramatic spike in undiagnosed and untreated cancers, and that screening exams can save your life. Entreaties like these often play to people's sense of responsibility and fear. A recent article in USA Today quotes Therese Bevers, the medical director of...
    Getty Tanya Snyder pictured in 2011. Tanya Snyder is Washington NFL franchise proprietor Dan Snyder’s spouse. The couple has three youngsters, two daughters and a son. Previous to the couple marrying on April 30, 1994, Snyder was a style mannequin often called Tanya Ivie. Snyder is a local of Atlanta, Georgia. Dan Snyder informed the Washingtonian in 2006 that he met his spouse in 1993 after they had been arrange on a blind date. The article refers to Snyder as a “former style mannequin from Atlanta” who on the time was promoting designer clothes. Dan Snyder mentioned of the assembly, “We turned prompt friends.” Right here’s what you could know: 1. Tanya Snyder Is a Effectively-Identified & Celebrated Breast Most cancers AdvocateSnyder is a spokesperson for breast most cancers consciousness. Snyder informed The New York Occasions that she was recognized with breast most cancers in 2008. Snyder informed the newspaper in regards to the prognosis saying, “I simply bear in mind being in a twilight zone. I felt like I used to...
    Kelly Preston’s dying from breast most cancers Sunday was a tragic finish to her 29-year marriage to John Travolta, which bore three youngsters: Ella Bleu, Benjamin and the late Jett, who died in 2009 of a seizure. Preston’s passing at 57 is, sadly, not the primary time 66-year-old Travolta has misplaced a major different to breast most cancers. In 1977, actress Diana Hyland, who the actor had been severely courting for a yr, died of the exact same trigger. At 41, she was 18 years older than 23-year-old Travolta, and considerably scandalously performed his mom within the TV film “The Boy within the Plastic Bubble.” As quickly because the cameras rolled, Travolta was smitten. “I assumed I used to be in love earlier than — however I wasn’t,” Travolta informed Individuals journal in 1977. “From the second I met her, I used to be attracted. We have been like two maniacs speaking on a regular basis on the set of ‘Bubble’. After a month it grew to become romantic.” Hyland by no means had the profession her younger celebrity...
    Getty/Pascal Le Segretain Kelly Preston on the “Gotti” premiere in 2018. The leisure world awoke to a shock on Monday, when representatives of John Travolta and Kelly Preston shared the information that Preston had died of breast most cancers at age 57. Travolta stated, in an Instagram publish Monday morning, that Preston had “fought a brave battle with the love and help of so many.” Preston’s ailment caught many abruptly, nevertheless. Please inform me the information of Kelly Preston will not be true. I had no thought she had breast most cancers. My coronary heart aches for her household. That is an insidious illness. She was all the time so beautiful and thoughts after we intervyher. I’m so saddened. #RIPKELLYPRESTON — Jillian Barberie (@askjillian) July 13, 2020 “Please inform me the information of Kelly Preston will not be true,” actress and tv host Jillian Barberie stated Monday. “I had no thought she had breast most cancers. My coronary heart aches for her household. That is an insidious illness.” So, why did so...
    Kelly Preston’s daughter honored the actress for having a “gentle that by no means ceases to shine” in a transferring tribute following her loss of life from breast most cancers. “I’ve by no means met anybody as brave, robust, stunning and loving as you,” Ella Travolta, Preston’s 20-year-old daughter with John Travolta, wrote on Instagram. “Anybody who’s fortunate sufficient to have recognized you or to have ever been in your presence will agree that you’ve got a glow and a light-weight that by no means ceases to shine and that makes anybody round you are feeling immediately glad. Thanks for being there for me it doesn’t matter what.” Travolta introduced Sunday evening that his spouse had died at age 57 following a secret two-year battle with breast most cancers. “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I inform you that my stunning spouse Kelly has misplaced her two-year battle with breast most cancers,” he wrote on Instagram. “She fought a brave combat with the love and assist of so many.” The couple, who have been married 28 years,...
    Actress Kelly Preston shared an image of her household in her final Instagram publish, the place she wished husband John Travolta a Blissful Father’s Day. Actress Kelly Preston shared an image of her household in her final Instagram publish, the place she wished husband John Travolta a Blissful Father’s Day. Preston died on Sunday, July 12, after a non-public two-year battle with breast most cancers. She was 57 years outdated. “Blissful Father’s Day to the most effective one I do know, we love you,” Preston captioned the publish. The primary photograph confirmed Preston with Travolta and their two youngsters Ella, 20, and Benjamin, 8. The second photograph confirmed Travolta with their eldest son, Jett, who died in 2019 after affected by a seizure on the age of 16. “I like you all a lot,” Travolta wrote again.Tributes Poured In on Social Media for PrestonAfter Travolta’s publish about Preston’s loss of life on his social media account, tributes to the actress flooded the feedback part on her June 21 message, with the publish garnering greater than...
    Getty Kelly Preston died of breast most cancers on July 12, 2020. Actress Kelly Preston died of breast most cancers on Sunday, July 12, 2020, as shared by husband John Travolta. She was 57. Married to Travolta since 1991, she is survived by her husband and their two youngsters, Ella, 20, and Benjamin, 8. Their eldest son, Jett, preceded Preston in loss of life at age 16 in January 2009. A household consultant instructed Folks in an unique assertion: “On the morning of July 12, 2020, Kelly Preston, adored spouse, and mom, handed away following a two-year battle with breast most cancers.” “Selecting to maintain her battle non-public, she had been present process medical remedy for a while, supported by her closest household and pals,” the assertion continued. “She was a brilliant, lovely, and loving soul who cared deeply about others and who introduced life to all the things she touched. Her household asks in your understanding of their want for privateness right now.” Preston was beforehand married to actor Kevin Gage...
    Getty Kelly Preston died at age 57 on July 12, 2020. Actress Kelly Preston died on Sunday, July 12, as first reported by Folks. She was 57. Preston died following a two-year battle with breast most cancers, information which got here as a shock to many since she by no means went public together with her prognosis. Married to actor John Travolta since 1991, she is survived by her husband and their two youngsters, Ella, 20, and Benjamin, 8. Their eldest son, Jett, preceded Preston in loss of life at age 16 in January 2009. A household consultant advised Folks in an unique assertion: “On the morning of July 12, 2020, Kelly Preston, adored spouse, and mom, handed away following a two-year battle with breast most cancers.” “Selecting to maintain her combat non-public, she had been present process medical remedy for a while, supported by her closest household and buddies,” the assertion continued. “She was a vibrant, stunning, and loving soul who cared deeply about others and who introduced life to all...
    Actress Kelly Preston, who appeared in Hollywood movies reminiscent of “Jerry Maguire” and “The Cat within the Hat,” and who married actor John Travolta, has died of breast most cancers, Travolta wrote on social media. She was 57 years outdated. “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I inform you that my lovely spouse Kelly has misplaced her two-year battle with breast most cancers,” Travolta wrote on Instagram. “She fought a brave struggle with the love and help of so many. Kelly’s love and life will all the time be remembered,” the actor wrote. Preston starred in quite a few movies, together with “Jerry Maguire” and “Twins.” The couple, who wed in 1991, have two kids, 20-year-old daughter, Ella, and 9-year-old son Benjamin. Preston and Travolta had one other son, Jett, who in 2009 died of a seizure on the age of 16 throughout a household trip within the Bahamas. Three weeks in the past, Preston posted a photograph to her Instagram account with Travolta and their kids to have a good time Father’s Day. “Comfortable Father’s Day...
    Kelly Preston died on Sunday, July 12, on the age of 57 after battling breast most cancers. “It’s with a really heavy coronary heart that I inform you that my stunning spouse Kelly has misplaced her two-year battle with breast most cancers,” her husband, John Travolta, wrote in an Instagram submit. “She fought a brave battle with the love and assist of so many.  My household and I’ll perpetually be grateful to her docs and nurses at MD Anderson Most cancers Middle, all of the medical facilities which have helped, in addition to her many pals and family members who’ve been by her facet. Kelly’s love and life will at all times be remembered.Kelly Preston and John Travolta on the premiere of “Gotti” in New York on June 14, 2018. Charles Sykes/Invision/AP/Shutterstock“I can be taking a while to be there for my kids who’ve misplaced their mom, so forgive me prematurely in the event you don’t hear from us for some time,” he concluded. “However please know that I’ll really feel your outpouring of affection within the weeks and...
    CANCER is probably the thing my patients fear most - well it was, until coronavirus came along. It’s understandable, one in two of us will get it at some point. 1Dr Zoe Williams is urging people to check for signs of cancer Credit: James Cannon Bowel cancer runs in my family, my dad’s sister and mum both died of the disease in their early 60s. The older you get, the higher your risk. But as highlighted by Kelly Smith who's heartbreaking story features on tonight's Panorama episode, Britain’s Cancer Crisis, sometimes cancer strikes at a young age. Cancer crisis looms Cancer has the nickname the ‘Big C’ for good reason. Every year around 165,000 people die of cancer, it’s one of the biggest killers. And now we’re facing a growing cancer crisis, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In fact, experts have warned that - in a worse case scenario - it could lead to an extra 35,000 deaths in a year. The biggest issue I have experienced as a GP is fewer patients coming to us with signs...
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