Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital late Friday afternoon was in the process of turning back on the facility’s water after testing came back negative for the legionella bacterium.
By the time she turned 30, “Vegas! The Show” dancer Lauren Clark had undergone a lumpectomy, six rounds of chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. Through it all, she kept dancing.
Victoria Siegel was just 18 when she passed away in 2015. Her parents have established a foundation to fight drug abuse in young people.
Three months after giving birth, Elaine Arcenas discovered a lump in her breast while doing a self-exam. The diagnosis was cancer. She finished most of her cancer treatments by the time of her daughter’s first birthday, and today Arcenas is a healthy 12-year survivor.
When her doctor realized that Susan Wincn had several family members reaching back generations who had been diagnosed with cancer or succumbed early in life, she recommended a new genetic panel that tests for 84 cancer genes. The tests came back showing that Wincn has the ATM gene, which leaves her at a higher risk for breast, prostate, colon and pancreatic cancers.
The individual was a woman over the age of 50 and had previously been reported as having neuroinvasive illness, a serious form of the virus.
Intermountain Healthcare, a nonprofit system with more than 20 hospitals, spent almost $19 million to purchase roughly 7.7 acres at the southeast corner of Rampart Boulevard and Alta Drive, near Summerlin.
Nevada still falls below the national average in key areas, said Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst with Applied Analysis, which crunched the numbers.
Patients at the Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital have been unable to drink the water or take a shower since Oct. 2, when the bacteria legionella was detected in the water system.
A well-done fake scare will cause the body to react in the same way as it would during an encounter with an actual, real-life scary thing.