LSU Health releases detailed report on cancer prone areas of Louisiana
Posted on 4/5/2018 4:06:00 AM.

LSU Health New Orleans has released a first of its kind report that allows Louisiana residents to see if people in their local area are more or less prone to cancer.

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LSU Health New Orleans releases plan to reduce cancer deaths in Louisiana
Posted on 6/29/2017 11:37:00 AM.

LSU Health New Orleans has made a plan to reduce cancer deaths in Louisiana over the next five years. Director of the Louisiana Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Donna Williams, says the Louisiana Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan will help ensure people have access to the health services they need.

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LSU's Mike VI expected to live 1-2 months as cancer spreads
Posted on 10/5/2016 11:54:00 AM.

Mike the Tiger’s veterinarian announces the live mascot’s cancer has spread throughout his body. Dr. David Baker says based on a CT scan, they believe Mike has one to two months to live.

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LSU great Charles Alexander remembers Hokie Gajan
Posted on 4/12/2016 12:53:00 PM.

Many people are remembering the great life of former LSU and Saints running back Hokie Gajan, who passed away from cancer at the age 56 last night. LSU’s all-time leading rusher Charles Alexander played with Hokie for two years in college and says Gajan was the ultimate teammate.

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Saints color analyst Hokie Gajan dies peacefully at the age of 56
Posted on 4/12/2016 4:50:00 AM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
Former Saints & LSU star, Hokie Gajan, has succumbed to his illnesses. He was 56 years old. The Saints color analyst's daughter, Kristin Gajan Sell, told WWL the hospital staff felt Hokie would be best served with round the clock care and medical attention as he was moved to ICU earlier.
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WHO links processed meats to cancer
Posted on 10/27/2015 2:17:00 AM.
The World Health Organization has announced that ham, sausage, and other processed meats could lead to colon, stomach, and other cancers.  WHO researchers also said that red meat probably caused cancer, too.  
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