St. Louis Jury to Hear Another Baby Powder CaseA Tennessee woman, 56-year-old Nora Daniels, will testify she used Johnson and Johnson talcum powder for 35 years before she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Mizzou Sets Date For Second Annual #RallyforRhyan GameNamed after Mizzou Men's Basketball coaching staff member Brad Loos' six-year old daughter, Rhyan, the #RallyForRhyan movement began in support of Rhyan's ongoing fight against pediatric cancer.
Ohio Officer Takes Stun Gun to Help Terminally-Ill Teen Fulfill Bucket-ListAt first it was a joke, then Sgt. Doug Bline stepped up and said he would let her shoot him with a stun gun.
Parkway 3rd-Grader, Cancer Survivor Named Ace Hardware All-StarRoxie Schopp was given a 35 percent chance of survival when she was 3 years old -- now she has no evidence of the disease and is being nationally recognized for her fight.
Cancer Fundraiser For Affton Man Scammed Out of $8,000Organizer Melissa Carlton says police are investigating after the women she hired to handle the money, never turned it in.
Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer? Another Jury Says Yes.For the third time, Johnson & Johnson has been hit with a multimillion-dollar jury verdict over whether the talc in its iconic baby powder causes ovarian cancer when applied regularly for feminine hygiene.
Jury Awards $70M in Johnson and Johnson Talcum Powder CaseAttorney Jim Onder says about 4,000 similar cases against Johnson and Johnson are pending.
One-Fourth of U.S. Cancer Deaths Linked with 1 Thing: SmokingThe rate is highest among men in southern states where smoking is more common and tobacco control policies are less strict.
St. Louis Jury Hears Evidence on Whether Baby Powder Causes CancerThe woman will testify that she would have not used the product had Johnson and Johnson put a warning label on it.
Jurors To Be Selected in Baby Powder TrialA pool of 50 jurors picked last week will be whittled today down to 12 plus alternates.
Local Researcher Seeks to Lower Radiation Risk for ChildrenA local researcher has found a way to lower the radiation risk for children with a common type of brain cancer.
Stolen Truck Adds to Expenses for Firefighter with CancerTina Abell is paying for a rental car to visit her husband at the hospital.

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