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    Surviving Cancer: Conventional Treatment Options And Natural Help

    Surviving cancer with conventional, natural or some combination of treatments has a lot to do with your attitude and your new Thriving Lifestyle Choices

    By Dr. Thomas Polucki 

    Surviving cancer with conventional treatment options with or without natural help depends largely on:

    1. The patient’s commitment to survive;

    SCV Relay For Life Begins Saturday At Central Park

    The 16th annual Santa Clarita Valley Relay for Life began Saturday at Central Park with the goal of raising money for the American Cancer Society.

    Paseo Club To Host Blood Drive For Young Cancer Patient Kennedy Rae Urban

    Kennedy Rae Urban was first diagnosed with cancer when she was 18 months old, and the 2-year-old is still fighting. To help with her medical needs, the Paseo Club of Valencia is hosting a blood drive on Thursday, May 29.

    Santa Clarita Schools, Law Enforcement Remember Deputy At Canyon High

    A Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputy who worked as a school resource officer at Canyon and Sierra Vista was memorialized Saturday

    Canyon High To Host Memorial For Deputy Devin Freeman On Saturday

    Deputy Devin Freeman, who died on Nov. 28 after a six-year battle with cancer, will be honored at a memorial service at Canyon High School on Saturday, 3:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to the Kimmel Cancer Center.

    UPDATE: Santa Clarita Deputy Devin Freeman Dies After Battle With Cancer

    Santa Clarita Sheriff's Department Deputy Devin Freeman died after battling cancer for several years. He was 38

    Santa Clarita Deputy Plans March For Fellow Veteran With Cancer

    A group of residents are holding a march Saturday during Veteran's Day Weekend to support an Army veteran and sheriff's deputy who's battling cancer

    Saugus Softball Knocks Out A Cure For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    The Saugus High School Girl’s Softball team will be holding their first Knock Out A Cure Hit-A-Thon fundraiser on Thursday, October 17.

    Convenient Murder: The Cost Of Easy Living, By Doctor Polucki

    Sure plastic is more convenient than glass, but what are the health risks associated with the convenience of wrapping most of our food and drink in plastic?

    California First State To Propose Safe Drinking Water To Reduce Cancer Risk

    The state Department of Public Health announced Thursday that it submitted the “first-in-the-nation” drinking water standard for hexavalent chromium (chromium-6) to the Office of Administrative Law. Public comments will begin Friday, after the proposal is published to the website.