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Tag: CANCER

Gulf Shores Fire Chief Mark Sealy Alabama News
Gulf Shores fire chief thankful for body scan program that saved his life, alerted other firefighters to cancer

Gulf Shores Fire Chief Mark Sealy has been around for a while. By looking at him, you may not know he has cheated death more than once. Before his days in Gulf Shores, Sealy was chief of Mobile Fire Rescue. That is when a chance encounter with a full-body scan changed his life.

Alabama news auburn bruce pearl autlive Alabama News
Watch: Cancer survivors surprise Auburn's Pearl, thank him for raising hundreds of thousands through AUTLIVE initiative

The Auburn men's basketball team published a video on Wednesday of head coach Bruce Pearl getting a pleasant surprise.

O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center UAB Alabama News
Cancer patients in Mobile and Baldwin Counties to receive comprehensive care following UAB partnership

After years of discussions, meetings and organizing, the UAB Health System and Infirmary Health have entered into an official relationship to bring comprehensive cancer services to southern Alabama.

Johnmetchie Alabama News
Former Alabama WR John Metchie III diagnosed with leukemia

Former Alabama wide receiver John Metchie III said on Sunday that he was diagnosed with leukemia and will probably not play in his first NFL season with the Houston Texans.  

President Joe Biden Alabama News
Biden has COVID but not cancer, White House says

The White House announced Thursday that the president tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing "very mild symptoms." The announcement came a day after Biden misspoke while at a former coal-fired power plant in Massachusetts and had some people thinking he was in a battle for his life.

Terri Sewell at Hill Hospital Alabama News
Rep. Sewell Votes to accelerate cutting-edge cancer research

“With more tools than ever before to detect and treat cancer, there is no doubt that our nation is nearing a turning point in the fight against this horrible disease,” said Rep. Terri Sewell. “Now is the time to build on our momentum by making critical investments to accelerate cancer research and save lives.