BALTIMORE - IORT allows patients to receive therapy with the same power and precision as the most advanced technology on the market, at the same time as their surgery, without having to spend time going back and forth to the hospital for radiation treatments, and with few to no side effects.
Helen Crosskey underwent this procedure at Cancer Treatment Centers of America after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
She joined Megan and Charley on Good Morning Maryland at Nine, reporting that the procedure was a key contributor to her being cancer-free today.
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After two years of working to build Maryland Health Connection, Executive Director Rebecca Pearce has resigned.
This is a study that might make moms pretty mad. According to the University of South Carolina’s Arnold School of Public Health, modern moms are spending more time watching television and less time doing housework.
After dealing with consistent pain for years, a Bel Air mom takes a drastic step to remove a popular form of birth control from her body.
Preparation is underway across the Baltimore region in anticipation of the second winter storm in three days.
A supermarket shoplifter stole a security guard’s gun and fired shots after an altercation between the two at a Laurel grocery store, officials have confirmed.
With one winter storm in the books and another on its way, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and city Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot announced the start of Baltimore City’s Code Blue program for this winter.
Check out these images from across the Baltimore area following Sunday's winter storm.