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35 - CAPF GAZETTE, Friday, May 2 - May 8 1997 C r Contiuedfrompage37 I :ffers DaY.. . nday;"y hormonal therapy prior to radiation, but "giving the 5u 22 l The short course of hormonal therapy, he said, does not incite any long-term side effects. Radiation itself has also developed. Small pellets of radiation are implanted at the site of the tumor through an ultra- , sound technique. " i   "More radiation can be deliverexi in a short time," I said Hosmane, adding that the radiation goes more 0 A,,- directly to the cancer as well. "The impla0t has :...:..o. . O . [. i# become more popular, and we're planning to offer that .::::,:.:,-:.: ........... ......... [- r,.-- here soon-as an option." I Ii..._,_______ "Y:;:''::="I Radiation pellets have few disadvantages, he said. Side effects may include temporary burning in the uri- [ [ VVAK w I , /)..  Mom will digrl ' .... v|| ], ,, [ |l itnary tract, or even lead to some blood in the urine, bUtlasts for just a short time.., , T i ---- At Hallmark, bear[ []]l L. [[ lie [ /0.a this gardening||[ uo ]l I [[ ,,[[ I | "We haven't had the therapy available long enough [ "S'-MPO0 &'  you'll find just the Ilmll00ll I CONDITIONER - g...., right card to tell HAIR COLOR to know the long-term advantages, but early indica- I  I  your mother altions are'that it will be equally successful [as tradition-Radiationradiation therapy.]"pellets could be available at Beebe Me, d- [ I hw sPecia she is'q" ical Center in as soon as thre* months. Patients may I t'--"--o 'COLOeNE SPrY -- 1 choose that therapy option because it is less time Con-   ' ' suming than traditional therapy, which may require ''''''''''M   h.......... ......... I p' they go to a cancer treatment facility several days per GIFT HEAI:IqQUARTERS ;I !'i :] ACS golf tourney set for May 28 t, I100110011 sorer in part by Wilmington Trust and benefit- ing the American Cancer Society, will be held at Shawnee Country Club in Milford on Wednesday, May 2. Registration will begin at I 11:30 a.m. The $95 fee includes the greens fee, cart, practice balls, lunch, dinner and prize.    Special prizes include a 1997 Dodge Intrepid = i==i/ ]j [ =======:_ and a "Great Getaway" vacation package.  i Prizes will be offered for tbe following events: hole-in-one, longest drive, straight chive, clos- est to the pin, low grobs and low net. There will also be a 50/50 drawing. All contributions are deductible at fair market value. For more Shown O-r) are Chip Wilt, Linda Welch, Dave Wray, Dante Lobate, Jackie Sopa and Jim Fritz. :; :::: "1- I Long,n 9 I oz,, Lady Stetson 2 oz. ] [ Longing .5 oz. | SPECIAL SAVINGS " ailing Cards GOOD THROUGH screening on Wednesday, May 7 from 4:30 to 6:30 |llJ',/e]0i p.m. for National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection I and Prevention Month. The screening is being conducted by Be*be Medical o-s Center surgeon James E. Spellman, M.D. and plastic surgeon Bruce Topoi, M.D., at the Tunnell Cancer li Center in Lewes. An appointment is necessary to participate in the MAY,, ,n- WERCEOFA] ,. ,77. _  [ I:. l=lSlrl=l:HlllrJ:-'wTq'llklf:1011[(ellJ',/e]01 MOTHER'S DAY CARD J L ' U tlltl O//fitv2--'- Itl I"'/ ........ t .....J MgW/gqT (410)641-0808 |llll bl//"...or . I|l I LB. BOXED CAND't  ........ MIDDLETOWN, DE [--F l WHITMAN'S OR 1 li I DELAWARE $TOR[$ t,Nwc MARYLAND rORES 1 I RUSSELL STOVER = DELMAR DE. " ......... DENTON MD -" " - I 947-1204 9 17 tt UMIT ONE PER COUPON COi,PnN t:xm.: /,,/07 . 846-2500 MlU.SBORO. DE. 47- 71 I I I I m I l-l'i'i'i f DOVER. DE. 934-7740 FEDE7R?MD floe screening. To make an appointment, call 645- 3332. National Herb Week runs May 4 - 10 'lt's about Thyme" is a free class providing tips on growing and using thyme, a very versatile herb. Dis- cussion includes historical information to its use in modem medicine. Linda LaPlante Beatty will present the class at All About Herbs, 4.541 Route l, on Satur- day, May 3 at 10 am. Reservations are required. Call 6440844. 834 S. GOVERNO AVE. o)lijaelim 734-4741 539-3334 DOVER, DE. PEODLER'S VILLAGE HAMLET SHOE CTR. ROUTE 24 945-5066 GEORGTOtN. DE. 227-9494 856-20 ! 5 SORD. DE. RNGTON, DE. 629-6865 I I 398-4420 SELBYVILLE. DE -- LAUREL. DE, 436-9226 ""-"" " E P ' " WYOMING. DE. /t / .._,o--,.- \\; LIMITON ERCOUPON _ , 645-6243 697-#551 c. _ _,_ _ x:.,,:., .,, c-HOME H,EALTH CARE MILLVILLE, DE. OCEAN PINES, MD. 64 !"5858 SALISBURY, MD PECAN SQUARE 543-8180 . SALISBURY, MD. .13 742-5138 234 "LGHMN 341-0141 SNOV HILL MD, 632-2424