‘He Repossessed It Like It Was a Car’: 5-Year-Old N.C. Boy’s Grave Marker Removed Over Payment DisputeKTLA-TV Los Angeles1 day ago
Crystal Leatherman’s son Jake passed away from leukemia nearly a year ago. When she recently went to visit her son’s grave, she discovered the monument was gone. “He repossessed it like ...
- MSN News9 hours ago
IMGN announced that it is planning to move its leukemia candidate, IMGN632, into phase I study before the year-end. The company said that the FDA has completed the safety review of its ...
- NBC Miami4 days ago
Jenner died Monday in Los Angeles of acute myeloid leukemia. He was best known for acting in "Deep Space Nine," the 1990s iteration of "Star Trek."
- Fox News1 day ago
A North Carolina couple is experiencing a second heartbreak after their 5-year-old son's grave marker was repossessed by the manufacturer over payment dispute. The boy, Jake Leatherman, died nearly a year ago after a battle with leukemia.
- The Atlantic6 days ago
Earlier this year, the Middle School Building Committee in North Haven, Connecticut, voted unanimously to install two new artificial-turf fields at a cost of more than $2 million. After a series ...
- WATE 6 Knoxville2 hours ago
Light the Night walk to raise money for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 8:45 am The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is hosting a walk to raise awareness and money in East Tennessee.
- Market Watch1 day ago
The discontinuation of the two drugs, sirukumab for rheumatoid arthritis and talacotuzumab for acute myeloid leukemia, comes at a time when many large pharmaceutical companies are struggling ...
- The Tennessean2 days ago
Boy with leukemia just wants cards for his birthday
- KVUE-TV Austin23 hours ago
Mud and a plywood slab sit over the spot where a 5-year-old boy was laid to rest after a financial dispute ended in his grave marker being repossessed. When his parents recently went to visit ...
- ABC13 Houston19 hours ago
A professor at Texas A&M University is still going strong with his research duties despite his diagnosis with a lethal form of leukemia. In fact, Prof. Vaughan Bryant is still teaching ...