On Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon we spoke with former Cleveland Browns General Manager and Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage about his thoughts on this years draft. Get his take on what the Browns will do with their first round picks and who he thinks some of this years top players are.
Nearly one-third of patients who have early-stage breast cancer will develop advanced disease. This is the most serious form of the disease and it occurs when the cancer has spread to other parts of the body, such as the lymph nodes, brain, bones or liver. The survival rate of women living with advanced breast cancer are lower than those for women with earlier stage disease.
The FDA recently approved a new class of drugs called cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors. These drugs along with hormonal therapy can help slow down the progression of estrogen-receptor positive advanced or metastatic breast Cancer.
Monday On the WEOL Morning Show, Bruce and Craig spoke with Dr. Denise Yardley, MD about the new treatment and how those interested can get involced in clinical trials. Listen to the interview here.
This year our Spring Magazine features preview articles of the area high school baseball and softball teams, a look ahead at the Lake Erie Crushers season and a preview of what to expect when the Tribe return to Progressive field on April 11.
Inside the magazine you will also find schedules for the Lake Erie Crushers and the Cleveland Indians. If you can’t wait to pick up a hard copy of the magazine, click on the cover and view the magazine right here on WEOL.com.
This year Bohannon averaged 17 points, 9.1 rebounds and 4.6 assists in helping lead the Titans to the district championship game. Along with outstanding play on the cort, Bohannon has a tremendous resume in the classroom. He is currently 23rd in a class of 371 with a overall GPA of 3.93.
Currently the Titans senior is weighing his options for college. He has received a number of offers from Division I schools.
To hear the presentation of the Award, click on the image.