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Foresthill woman among many who opt for pre-emptive cancer surgery

Faced with a choice between having unnecessary, major surgery now and the possibility of needing it later, Foresthill resident Emily Kelley opted for aggressive precaution. Kelley ...

Auburn woman's 'first dance' with dying father saved for future wedding

When Rachel Wolf thinks about life after her father dies, one of the hardest parts is knowing she wouldn’t be able to dance with him on her wedding day. Dr. James Wolf, Rach ...

Reader Input: Cancer doctor complacent

In response to Richard Lutzoff’s letter (“Integrate more medical options,” Reader Input, May 28): Sir, you are spot on! The cancer doctor I saw absolutely was n ...

Friends muster support for cancer patient

  COLFAX – Two months after a grim diagnosis, Applegate resident Tammy Tye-Moore’s best shot at recovery lies in the generosity of her friends and family. Tye-Mo ...

Reader Input: County transit workers among finest

On one of these chilly afternoons, as you board a Placer County Transit bus, we want you to know a little about the heart of the driver. Our entire family is immensely grateful to ...

Reader Input: Cancer kids need cheering

Thank you for writing such an awesome article on my grandson, Tristan Brusig, in your newspaper (“‘Star Wars’ characters visit ill child,” Journal, Nov. 25) ...

Steady with holistic help

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is over, but I just had the check-up from my valued urologist — the results are still holding steady after four years of monitoring. As I submitt ...

Candidate says abortion causes cancer

Jim Reed and Doug LaMalfa sparred in a debate for the new Congressional District 1. In that debate, Doug LaMalfa made a serious blunder to support his position that would prohibit ...

Looking forward to 2013 relay

The 2012 Relay For Life of Auburn has come and gone for another year. I want to express my deep gratitude to all of our sponsors, volunteers, participants, those that have donate ...

Refusing to let go of a dream

Rocklin’s Glen Peacock family is understandably proud that their youngest is now playing football on a scholarship at Midland University in Fremont, Neb., but the road it took to ...

Locals navigate through diagnoses of terminal illness

Denise VonMillanich knows the weight of having a child diagnosed with a terminal illness all too well. She also knows the sorrow and grief that accompanies a child passing away. ...

Goodbye Dorothy

We recently lost a dear lady to cancer. Her name is Dorothy Lock. She was a person with so much dignity in the face of her devastating illness. While she could still come to the ph ...

Trekking with the Ta-Ta's

"Phyllis Gard and Debbie Collier are our 2011 reason for relay," said team leader Julie Lowry. "Both are going through cancer treatment now." The Relay for Life, which raised $80, ...