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    After Seeing Blood in His Urine, Abu Bradley, an Active Father of Two, Was Diagnosed with a Rare and Agressive Cancer

    by  • December 17, 2014 • Chemotherapy, Sarcoma, Surgery • 0 Comments

    Abu-Methuselah Bradley was the epitome of good health.  The married father of two is an athlete with a muscular build.  He’s a pharmaceutical sales representative, part-time church Pastor and enjoys time outdoors bike-riding and running. He took quick action when he noticed blood in his urine. “I went right to the ER,” said Abu....

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    From Pain to Progress: One Man’s Journey to Fund Cancer Research

    by  • March 14, 2014 • Cancer Research, General Interest, Genetic Counseling, Ovarian Cancer, Scientific Research

    More than a decade after his wife’s death, Lowell Dubrow is still fighting cancer by funding research at Fox Chase “One of the things about cancer is that there are a lot of people touched by it—almost everyone is—and those stories kind of get to you,” says Lowell Dubrow, a longtime Fox Chase donor. ...

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    Consumer Reports Rates Fox Chase Cancer Center Best Surgical Outcomes in Philadelphia

    by  • August 7, 2013 • General Interest, Scientific Research, Surgery

    You may have seen news accounts of the report released last week by Consumer Reports rating the surgical outcomes of patients at 2,463 hospitals nationwide, including 32 hospitals in the Philadelphia area. As reported in a number of media outlets, of those 32 hospitals, Fox Chase posted the best surgical outcomes of any hospital...

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