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9-year-old Ryan Kennedy has decided to discontinue cancer treatment
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Nine-Year-Old Clarkston Michigan Boy Decides to End Cancer Treatment [POLL]

Ryan Kennedy from Clarkston, Michigan has declared that enough is enough, and says he's done with chemotherapy. He wants to make the most of the little time he has left. Ryan, however, is only nine years old.

Read more about this young cancer patient, and take our Cars 108 Listener Poll:  Should a nine-year-old have the right to refuse medical treatment?

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Young cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital make a video of Stronger by Kelly Clarkson
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Young Cancer Patients Sing Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’ [VIDEO]

These young cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital could not have found a better song! 'Stronger' by Kelly Clarkson fits like a glove, and could be an anthem for the kids on the Hematology Oncology floor for years to come. Doctors, nurses, and patients all contributed to this very moving video.

Share this with anyone you know who's been touched by cancer.

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New Study Reveals Breastfeeding May Hurt Moms’ Income — Dollars and Sense

The benefits of breastfeeding to both mother and child have been well-documented. Among other things, it can boost a child’s immunity and help protect moms from several different types of cancer. However, a new study by the American Sociological Review says breastfeeding may hurt mothers in an unexpected way – in the pocketbook.

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Moms Petition for Breastfeeding on Sesame Street [VIDEOS]

Although Sesame Street was known for incorporating tasteful breastfeeding scenes into its educational platform in the 70s and 80s, it's since abandoned the practice in favor of bottle-feeding.

Now blogger Lani Michelle wants "Lactivism" to go mainstream, and is circulating an online petition:

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Should Nuns Be Offered the Pill to Reduce Cancer Risks? — Health Check

If you were going to choose a segment of society least likely to need birth control pills, no one could fault you for putting nuns at the top of the list. Researchers, however, say the notoriously contraceptive-averse Catholic Church should make the pills available to those women to reduce their risk of cancer.

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American Cancer Society Prepares for “Making Strides” Walks

It might seem early to start thinking pink again, but planning is already underway for this year's "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walks in the Flint area. Cars 108 has been a proud sponsor of this event and will be again this year. There are essentially three walks in the Flint area: Saturday, October 1st in Lapeer at the Courthouse, Saturday, October 8th in Owosso at the Comstock Inn, and Saturday, October 15th in downtown Flint.

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Rick Moranis Turned Down a Role in New ‘Ghostbusters’ Movie, Says Reboot “Just Makes No Sense”

So far, all of the surviving original Ghostbusters cast members — Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts — have returned to make cameo appearances in the upcoming reboot. Everyone, that is, expect Rick Moranis. The actor who played Louis Tully in Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters II mostly retired from the public eye and hasn’t acted in a live-action feature since 1997, but revealed that he was approached to return for the Ghostbusters reboot and he swiftly turned them down.

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