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  George H.W. Bush: ‘I identify’ with boy with cancer

Former President Bush shaves head to support boy with cancer

  Former President George H.W. Bush shaved his head this week to support a 2-year-old patient with leukemia. The boy, named Patrick, is the son of a Secret Service agent assigned to Bush's security detail in Kennebunkport, Maine. The Morning Joe panel discusses.

George H.W. Bush shaves head for sick toddler

  The former president, who lost his own young daughter to leukemia, shaved his head along with his security team in honor of Patrick, 2, the son of one of his secret service members. Patrick is being treated for leukemia.

Celgene raises full-year outlook on strong cancer drug sales

(Reuters) - Biotechnology firm Celgene Corp raised its full-year earnings forecast for the second time in three months after it reported a quarterly profit above analysts' estimates, as its cancer drugs, Revlimid and Abraxane, continued to post strong sales growth. Full story

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  George H.W. Bush as we’ve never seen him before

The 41st president shaved his head in solidarity with a two-year-old cancer patient who lost his hair while undergoing treatment for leukemia. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Searching For a Cancer Breakthrough

Gilead is taking aim at cancer, and the company is presenting early-stage data at the oncology conference on treatment for blood cancer, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs.

  R&D For Your Portfolio: 3 Stocks in 3 Sectors

Mark Lehmann, JMP Securities president, provides investment strategies that include a biotech company with a promising drug to fight a rare form of Leukemia.

  Casino rocked by reported $32 million betting scam

Is it a real-life “Ocean’s Eleven”? Just like the movies, one casino has been hit by what appears to be a classic sting. A high-roller allegedly used the casino’s own security system to play the system and win some serious cash. NBC’s Annabel Roberts reports.

  Manti Te'o hoax exposed

The nation is wondering whether or not star Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o was involved in an elaborate hoax to fuel his own publicity. It was reported in September of 2012 that Teo's girlfriend died of Leukemia, right before a big game against Michigan. Te'o responded with a big win and 12 tackle

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