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Local Mom Speak of Wonderful Life her Down Syndrome Daughter has Given Her

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March 19, 2014
Local Mom Speak of Wonderful Life her Down Syndrome Daughter has Given Her

My daughter, Kelli Jones, has Down syndrome. When she was born 25 years ago at the old Saint Joseph Hospital, Mishawaka, I was told, “She has an extra chromosome.”  Through tears, I wailed, “Can’t you just take it out?” My doctor asked if I knew what Down syndrome was. I said, “Is that what...
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Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s Laboratory Relocates to Baylor College of Medicine

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January 14, 2014
Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation’s Laboratory  Relocates to Baylor College of Medicine

01/15/14 ERIE, Pa. Dr. Steven A. Curley has been named Chief of the Division of Surgical Oncology and Associate Director for clinical affairs in the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Last summer, Dr. Curley informed Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation that he was considering a new leadership...
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Pay it Forward for Cancer Research

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January 3, 2014

As I watched a two-hour television special about the highlights of 2013, I was reminded of just how remarkable the year was – full of milestones, tragedies and celebrations.  And, I’m sure each of us have those special memories that surface to the top. Even the simple, yet so impactful, “pay it forward” initiative...
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Celebrating the Gift of Life

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December 3, 2013

With the holiday season fast approaching, we are constantly bombarded from every direction by retailers and I must confess even non-profit organizations, with that “perfect gift” idea for your loved one.  Gifts come in many different forms.  For some it may be the latest iPad Mini with Retina Display or a Furby Boom figure;...
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Coats Column: A Law Beyond Repair

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November 20, 2013

  Senator Dan Coats In Indiana and across the country, millions of Americans have discovered health care cancellation notices in their mailboxes. The president’s repeated claim to the public that you can keep your plan if you like it has proven to be yet another broken promise.   Last week, President Obama announced a...
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Open Letter to Plymouth Community School Board

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November 3, 2013

11/04/13 Open Letter to Plymouth Community School Board: Todd Samuelson, Larry Pinkerton, Larry Holloway, Melissa Christiansen, Gary Cook ( and former members Frank Brubaker and Ron Gifford) and to the attention of Indiana State Police Director Paul Whitesell, Chief , Governors Pence/ Daniels:   On November 5, 2013 n your considerations of Agenda Item...
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The FDA is Our Ally

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October 31, 2013
The FDA is Our Ally

    News recently broke of our plan to approach the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in early 2014 and begin human trials in early 2015. This is an exciting and incredibly promising development for our research and, even more so, for the cancer community. With each step we take, no matter how small,...
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KANZIUS CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES RESEARCH APPROACHING HUMAN TRIALS

October 17, 2013

  10/17/13 Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation announces the latest research advancements from Houston with plans to approach the FDA in early 2014 and begin human trials using the Kanzius Noninvasive Radiowave Cancer Treatment in early 2015.   “Since its inception, the mission of the Kanzius Foundation has been to raise both awareness and funds...
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Thank You from YRF, Seeking Volunteers

October 14, 2013

10/15/13 Planning for the 2014 Yellow River Festival has begun.   This year’s expansion to a two day event was a great success.  The group of Civil War re-enactors, Johnny Appleseed (Stephen McPhail) and Abraham Lincoln (Danny Russel) brought an air of authenticity for our festival. We would like to thank Del Monte Corporation for...
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Today’s top 4 News Stories

October 14, 2013

  How sad that your top 4 stories for today, Monday, 10-14 are all drug related! Not something that Plymouth, or Marshall County wants to be known for………….Hope we get this under control soon From: Cathy Clough .  
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