Colleen Padia

Content by Colleen Padia


Women suffering from migraines have a decreased risk of breast cancer, according to a new study. This was welcomed as a rare example of good news for some local women who get migraines, but one area neurologist has her doubts.


After six months of chemotherapy and 20 sessions of radiation, Lela May Klein attended her junior prom bald. But she was cured of the Hodgkin's disease that had been diagnosed a week before her 17th birthday. 

"I did one year of follow-up, but they never told me I would need long-term follow-up," said Klein, now 29.