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    Trey Mancini badly needed a break. Over the last month of the 2021 season, the magnitude of the past year and a half weighed on the Orioles first baseman — beginning with a cancer diagnosis and concluding with a rapid return to baseball and the rigors that come with a 162-game sprint. In all of that, the breath inside him was pent up, held in, waiting for a release. “Trey loves baseball, loves Baltimore, as do I,” Mancini’s fiancée, Sara Perlman, said. “We were so ready for it to end. Because he was so exhausted. He was drained.” So when Mancini flew from Toronto, where the Orioles finished the season, to meet Perlman at their home in Laguna Beach, California, he finally had a moment to himself. He walked in, set down his bags and let out that breath — what felt like his first real breath since March 6, 2020. In the time since that day, when he received his cancer diagnosis, Mancini has undergone surgery to remove a tumor from his colon and 12 rounds of biweekly chemotherapy...
    Though Quinn William Gorman battled osteosarcoma, it did not define him.  The 13-year-old Leesburg boy died earlier this month after a valiant three-year fight, his obituary said.   He rarely complained about his disease. Rather, the teenager loved to hunt, fish, and play sports. He's survived by his parents, Peter and Nikki Gorman, and sisters Ava, Chloe, and Kate, as well as many extended family members.  The family will hold calling hours on Tuesday, May 17, from 4 to 6 p.m. at Colonial Funeral Home in Leesburg. The Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Wednesday, May 18, at St. John the Apostle Catholic Church. A private burial will take place in Summerville, West Virginia.  Click here for Quinn's complete obituary.
    A MUM who thought she just had a patch of eczema on her face was devastated to learn the truth months later. Honoure Stark, 53, was diagnosed with skin cancer and has used chemotherapy cream on her face for 10 years. 6The chemotherapy cream Honoure uses to treat her skin cancer causes lesions on her faceCredit: Kennedy News 6Honoure, 53, said the chemo cream is like "pouring acid on your skin"Credit: Kennedy News The potent cream kills cancer cells but causes agonising side effects including inflammation, itching, weeping and scabbing. Honoure has felt like an “acid attack victim” and says people run away from her thinking she has a contagious disease. The mum, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, first noticed an “unusual spot” on her forehead that was scaly in texture back in 2008. She said: "In the first few months that I saw it, I thought it was dry skin or eczema. Read more on skin cancer HIDDEN DANGER A stranger watched me in the park with my kids - I thank god for her everydaySPOT CHECK I used sunbeds...
    A WOMAN who was just thought to have a cold sore was eventually found to have a devastating disease. Katie Drablos, 35, in fact had stage four cancer and she knew from the look on her doctors face her “life was going to change”. 3Katie Drablos, pictured with her mum, was told she had a cold sore but the truth was far worseCredit: Katie Drablos 3Katie developed a tiny bump at the back of her tongue which gradually became more painfulCredit: Katie Drablos Katie, who lives in New York, initially didn’t worry too much about what felt like a tiny bump on the back of her tongue. When it started to hurt, she thought perhaps it might be Covid, given it was the autumn of 2020. The pain came and went, Katie told Today, and when she visited a dentist in November, she didn’t even bother mentioning it. The choreographer said: “What was visible on the outside of my tongue was this sore that was weird looking. Because of the placement it was hard for me to see it.  Read...
    WHEN Anisha Patel started to suffer with bloating and cramps, she put it down to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). The doctor was fit and healthy with no signs of cancer in her family. 1GP, Dr Anisha Patel was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2018 and has urged people to understand the signs of the illness But at 39-years-old, the mum-of-two, who is also married to a bowel cancer doctor, was diagnosed with stage 3C cancer. Stage 3 cancer means that the cancer is larger and may have spread to the surrounding tissues and/or the lymph nodes. Appearing on Lorraine this morning, in support of the show's No Butts campaign, Dr Patel said it's important that people listen to their bodies. She said: "I was just 39 when I was diagnosed and I'm a doctor, I didn't think it could happen to me". Read more on bowel cancer ‘NOT A FUN WEEKEND’ Sun columnist Deborah James in hospital with septic infectionTRAGIC ERROR My late daughter thought her deadly cancer symptoms were childbirth issues Alongside Dr Patel, The Sun's columnist Deborah James also appeared...
    A MUM has told how her daughter saved her life after a simple itch turned out to be SKIN CANCER. Gill Liiv-Rochester began scratching her back repeatedly but did not know there was a mole on her skin. 2The mum-of-two from County Durham didn't think much of the niggling spot on her back and initially ignored the issueCredit: Gill Liiv-Rochester/NCJ MEDIA The mum-of-two from County Durham didn't think much of the niggling spot on her back and initially ignored the issue. But daughter Emme, 13, became more and more concerned about her mums incessant scratching and urged her to make doctor's appointment to find out what was going on. Gill went along to the doctors who later discovered two severe and aggressive malignant melanomas where she had been scratching. The 36-year-old told ChronicleLive : "Looking back now I didn't realise how exhausted I was and my skin was really dry. "I thought it would be nothing or something very minor. "When I went to the doctors, they asked how long I had had the mole on my shoulder but I...
    A woman who lived nearly a decade with a 'cool streak' under her thumbnail has revealed that the brown stripe turned out to be a rare form of cancer.  Maria Sylvia, 25, from Virginia, first saw the mark when she was 16 years old and was led to believe it was a mole under her nail bed. Nine years later, she was diagnosed with subungual melanoma, a type of skin cancer that occurs under the nails.  She shared her shocking story in a now-viral TikTok that has been viewed more than 19 million times in just two weeks.   'Me: Having this for 10 years, thinking it was a cool streak in my nail,' she captioned a picture of her thumb in the clip. 'It's cancer.'  Scroll down for video   Maria Sylvia, 25, from Virginia, revealed in an now-viral TikTok video that the 'cool streak' she had under her thumbnail for nearly a decade was cancer  Sylvia was diagnosed with subungual melanoma, a rare type of skin cancer that occurs under the nails Sylvia shared a photo from December 2012, when...
    WHEN Jillian Murray went for a facial, she expected to leave feeling relaxed and pampered. But the mum got the fright of her life - and thanks her beautician for saving her life. 4Jillian Murray and her beautician, Leigh Murphy, 41, who she says saved her lifeCredit: Kennedy News 4Leigh after surgeryCredit: Kennedy News Leigh Murphy, 41, noticed that Jillian, 62, had suspicious marks on her chest while treating her client in October 2021. Jillian had noticed the blemish herself in June, but says she was relieved when a doctor told her it was nothing to worry about. However, Leigh warned her client of six years that she should get a second opinion. Jillian, from Cairns, Australia, said: “It looked like a red bruise. As soon as she saw it, she said I need to get it looked at as soon as possible. Read more real life health storiesMY HORROR I was told I was stressed and depressed for a decade - the truth was devastating STEALTH KILLER I thought I had Covid - my world stopped when I got...
    A WOMAN has shared how a test for breast cancer revealed she was sold at birth alongside seven other siblings. Reissa Spier, 67, from Surrey, Vancouver, was able to uncover the fascinating secret of her family tree and discover she had several other siblings. 2Reissa discovered that she and her siblings were sold to families across the US 2Reissa was left in shock when she found her family treeCredit: Alamy After being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 51, she wanted to find whether she was a carrier of BRCA genes, worried she might pass it to her daughter. But she was denied a screening due to her adoption, according to the Washington Post. She said: “I had to prove that I had a first-degree relative who also had breast cancer, and I didn’t know any first-degree relatives. “They said, ‘You don’t qualify because you’re adopted.’ Well, that’s backwards. I should qualify because I’m adopted.” Years later when she received a DNA test for her 62nd birthday she discovered that she didn't carry the mutation, alongside...
    A YOUNG woman thought a spot on her tongue was an STI and was too embarrassed to go to the doctor about it. Olivia Wallace, then 20, didn't realise she was seeing a cancer red flag, until the disease had spread. 2Olivia Wallace didn't realise she was ignoring a sign of cancer for monthsCredit: NCJ MEDIA 2She had an operation and intense treatment to remove it and now wants to spread awarenessCredit: NCJ MEDIA The now 26-year-old put off going to the GP for seven months, thinking she had a recurring ulcer linked to an STI. When she finally went for help after feeling pain when she ate, she was told it was stage four tongue cancer that had spread to the lymph nodes. Having beaten the illness, she wants to share signs of cancer so young people know they should seek help. Olivia has shared photos of a large scar on her neck, where she had a operation to remove the cancer. After having chemotherapy and radiotherapy to treat the disease she is now cancer free six years on....
    WE all have marks on our bodies that have been with us for years, but one mum has revealed how what she thought was a birthmark - was actually cancer. Rachael Rollisson noticed the little mark on her head years ago, but didn’t think anything of it. 5Rachael Rollisson first noticed the mark on her face in 2015, it is seen just above her eyebrow on the leftCredit: Kennedy News 5Nhe 32-year-old said the mark was more noticeable when she would exerciseCredit: Kennedy News 5After being referred to a dermatologist, Rachel was told she had skin cancer and went for a procedure to have it removedCredit: Kennedy News The 32-year-old had been training to continue her title of twenty-time British skipping champion and noticed that when her face became red from exercising, the mark remained white. After falling pregnant, Rachel said the mark started to become more prominent, which prompted her to get it checked. The fitness-business owner had to have a section of her skin removed in order for medics to test it. It was then, they told Rachel,...
    A MUM whose son died at just 20 years old says his tattoo artist was the first to spot a symptom of his disease. Tom Linton, from Chester-le-Street, County Durham, was “over the moon” to get inked on his 18th birthday.   5Tom Linton died at just 20 years old of melanoma skin cancerCredit: NCJ Media 5Tom's tattoo artist noticed a mole on his arm at the age of 18 years oldCredit: NCJ Media The artist had warned him to get a mole on his arm checked out but he thought nothing of it. He never mentioned it to his mum, Amanda Linton, until he was diagnosed with a advanced skin cancer of the most deadly kind (melanoma) at the age of 19. Amanda, 48, watched her “very popular” and “loveable” boy pass away months later in May, just after his 20th birthday. The mum-of-two told Chronicle Live: "Nobody had anything bad to say about him. He touched the hearts of everyone he met. "He was just somebody that everybody loved and once you had been with Tom, you felt so...
    Weird how no anti-vaxx memes use pictures like this one. This series documents stories from the Herman Cain Awards subreddit, tracking the COVID mis- and disinformation on Facebook that is leading to so many deaths. Today’s cautionary tale thought COVID only affected those with preexisting conditions. His wife had stage 4 cancer.  Global pandemics killing millions is so funny lol! A rare moment of agreement, but not for the reasons this guy thinks.  Besides not being true, one would assume that posting this in his ignorance would at least mean that he and his family are all paragons of good health, right?  You’d assume wrong. Okay, this one is funny. People did their best to get back to some semblance of commercial life while trying to mitigate the danger of infection. Those efforts … weren’t always successful.  He really loved memes downplaying the deadly impact of the pandemic. Hilarious.  What a weird way of thinking, huh? “Once masks don’t show the numbers scientists and politicians are looking for ...” The “numbers” were about people dying. And yes, if masks didn’t stem the death...
    AUSTRALIAN Jamie Campbell, 26, got on well with her cousin's girlfriend Lucy and was devastated when she found out Lucy had cancer. But after months of supporting her through chemotherapy she discovered it had all been a con. 6Jamie (left) and Lucy (right) became good friends after Lucy started dating Jamie's cousinCredit: Supplied 6Lucy and Brad hadn't been seeing each other long before she was 'diagnosed with cancer'Credit: Supplied Here, Jamie exclusively shares her story with Fabulous... I’d just broken up with my boyfriend and was looking for somewhere to live. “Your cousin Brad’s got a spare room,” my mum said. We’d grown up together and were close. “It’ll be good to have some help with the rent,” Brad said when I called him. So I moved in. It was August 2017. Brad was a soldier. He’d lost friends overseas. Though he didn’t talk about his job much, I knew the loss of his mates had deeply hurt him. It meant he lived for today and wasn’t interested in serious relationships. He was too nice a guy to...
    A BRIT has confessed to smothering his cancer-stricken wife to death before trying to take his own life as he ‘didn’t want to see her suffer', it has been reported.   74-year-old David Hunter allegedly told Cypriot cops he'd covered wife Janice's mouth and nose as she sat in her armchair in their Paphos home after she was diagnosed with incurable leukaemia. 2David Hunter confessed to killing his wife Janice Hunter on December 19 at their home in Paphos 2Cops were alerted by Interpol after David messaged a family member to say Janice was dead David then tried to end his life before being arrested at Paphos General Hospital, according to the Cyprus Mail.  Police confirmed that the former miner from Northumberland had confessed to the killing, claiming it had been his wife’s wishes to pass peacefully after she was told her cancer was terminal, reports say.   Authorities were said to have been alerted by Interpol at around 8pm on Saturday after David had sent a horrifying message to a family member telling them he’d killed 75-year-old Janice in...
    GETTING 'butterflies' when you're nervous is pretty normal, but did you know a ‘fluttering’ sensation under your ribs could be a symptom of pancreatic cancer? Around 10,500 people in the UK are diagnosed with the pancreatic cancer every year, according to Cancer Research UK, while the survival rate after 10 or more years is just 5 per cent.  2Upper-abdominal pain can be a sign of pancreatic cancer - and some people have reported a 'fluttering' sensation beneath their ribsCredit: Getty Those are upsetting stats, and yet, many of us still wouldn’t be able to list the possible signs or know what to look for.  To be fair, it can be tricky to diagnose. Even the NHS notes on their website that, “pancreatic cancer may not have any symptoms, or they might be hard to spot.” The vague symptoms also vary person to person, meaning knowing what to look out for can be tough. Screening or early detection tests to help doctors diagnose the disease currently don’t exist either.  Now there’s renewed talk that a bizarre ‘fluttering sensation’ underneath your ribs...
    Nick Cannon has revealed he chose not to treat his late son Zen's cancer diagnosis with chemotherapy as he had undergone the painful treatment himself and did not want to see his child 'suffer'.  In an interview with People, Cannon, 41, discussed his decision not to pursue the treatment option as he recounted the heartbreaking loss.   Cannon, who has undergone chemotherapy in his own battle with lupus, explained: 'We were having quality-of-life conversations.' 'I didn't want to see him suffer': Nick Cannon has revealed he chose not to treat his late son Zen's cancer diagnosis with chemotherapy as he had undergone the painful treatment himself and did not want to see his child suffer anymore 'We could have had that existence where he would've had to live in the hospital, hooked up to machines, for the rest of the time. From someone who's had to deal with chemotherapy before, I know that pain. To see that happen to a 2-month-old, I didn't want that. I didn't want him to suffer.' Zen was just five months old when he passed. The mother is Cannon's...
    Nick Cannon’s youngest son, Zen, has died from a form of brain cancer, the entertainer tearfully announced Tuesday on The Nick Cannon Show. Cannon said Zen at first seemed to have “like a sinus thing, it was like a cough, and I just wanted to check it out.” “He always had this real interesting breathing. And by the time he was two months … I also noticed he’s got like a nice-sized head — I call it a Cannon head. … We didn’t think anything about it,” he said. “But I wanted to take him to the doctor for his sinus and breathing. So we thought it would be a routine process.” That’s when doctors discovered Zen had fluid building up in his brain. “And we found out it was … a malignant tumor in his head,” Cannon said. “And so immediately we had to have surgery. It was brain surgery and we put a shunt in his head and we were hoping for the best.” But around Thanksgiving, he said, Zen’s condition took a turn for the worse. “It...
    It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days. For a few months over the past summer, I had an intermittent sharp pain under my left breast, as if the wire from a bra was cutting in. Sometimes it woke me at night, sometimes it disappeared for days. But there was no lump or general tenderness.  When I mentioned the pain to anyone, they would say: ‘Well at least it’s not breast cancer because you don’t get a pain with breast cancer.’ But then I read about how Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, who sadly died of breast cancer in September, experienced a pain which she attributed to a guitar strap rubbing her breast. It made me think that I should get my pain investigated – but not right then. At some point. In the future. It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days I...
    "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Vicki Gunvalson revealed she went through a secret cancer battle during a recent appearance on Jeff Lewis' SiriusXM show. "I had cancer! I just had my whole f---ing uterus taken out," Gunvalson told fellow Bravo star Lewis on the show. Gunvalson did not elaborate about her health conditions or cancer diagnosis during the interview, and Lewis didn't ask any further questions. Former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge didn't press the topic either. Vicki Gunvalson revealed she secretly battled cancer. (Photo by: Astrid Stawiarz/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) However, on Monday, Gunvalson did tell Celebuzz! that she "was diagnosed with uterine cancer almost 2 years ago" and confirmed she did share the news on Lewis' podcast.  "Due to the diagnosis, I had to undergo a non-elective full hysterectomy. I was fortunate to catch it early thanks to always adhering to my annual exam schedule," she added while encouraging women to get their annual exams as Gunvalson noted she didn't have symptoms. "I want to move forward and not have...