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    ‘She’s not alone’: Boss shaves head to support employee with cancer

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    CULLMAN, Ala. - A cancer diagnosis is an incredibly stressful ordeal, both for the patient and their family - treatments, work obligations, health complications and...

    BCRFA donates $1.05M to UAB’s O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center

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    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - On Friday, Jan. 10, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama (BCRFA) presented its largest donation ever of $1,050,000 to the...

    In memory of Laura: Pre-sales needed for new GYN cancer awareness...

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    Laura Crandall Brown was just 25 years old when she passed away from ovarian cancer. Now, the foundation she helped start with her father,...

    Relay For Life 2019 set for Friday evening

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        "If you or someone you know has ever had a screening test such as a mammogram, a PSA test, a colonoscopy or have received...

    ‘We’ll keep doing this until we put ourselves out of business’;...

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    The annual Relay For Life Survivors’ Breakfast took place Wednesday morning. The Relay For Life Survivors’ Dinner will be this Friday evening at 5...

    No rain, no gain: runners turn out for Colors of Cancer...

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    Samantha Crawford poses with Cullman County Bosom Buddies Foundation President Louise Cole after finishing first in Saturday morning’s Colors of Cancer Day 5K race....

    Expanded Colors of Cancer Day set for April 7

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    CULLMAN - This year’s Colors of Cancer Day will include three events, with a chance for everyone to participate and help raise funds for...

    Blessings: local woman’s family raises money for her medical bills

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    Haleigh Beth Moore, left, with Cullman Police Chief Kenny Culpepper, right, who drew the winning raffle ticket for “Haleigh’s Blessing Basket” Friday evening. /...

    UPDATED: Bearcat coach Mark Britton diagnosed with cancer

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    Updated 10-4-17 4:43 p.m. CULLMAN - Longtime Bearcat coach Mark Britton has been diagnosed with kidney cancer. The news comes less than two weeks since...

    Area residents benefit from Look Good Feel Better program hosted at...

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    Wallace State Salon and Spa Management instructors Amy Moore, left, and Sabrina Flanigan, right, with two of the attendees of the recent Look Good...