A brave young girl battling cancer achieved her dream of becoming an honorary Air Force pilot this week thanks to the team at MacDill Air Force Base and the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.
A survey found many American adults aren’t keeping up with routine cancer screenings, citing fear of COVID-19 as the reason. But delays in diagnosis could lead to a spike in cancer deaths down the road.
Billiards legend and Brooklyn native Jeanette Lee, 49, has ovarian cancer.
Mack Porter's parents first thought their youngest of four children was battling COVID-19, since they tested positive for the virus. Now, the 2-year-old is fighting the battle of his life against lung cancer.
Aspen Deke battled COVID-19 for more than two months before passing away on Saturday.
Jackie Erb, of Summit, N.J., has juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia, which can spread to other parts of the body.
Trooper Jennifer Czarnecki, a 20-year veteran of the State Police, died on Saturday.
Alex Trebek spent his final day doing exactly what he wanted to, watching the horizon with his wife.
NBC News mainstay Al Roker announced Friday on “Today” that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer and will be undergoing surgery to have his prostate removed.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force released the draft recommendations Tuesday.
It's a very different kind of victory Monday for the Washington Football Team!
Iconic actor, Jeff Bridges, announced he's battling Lymphoma in a Twitter post on Monday, Oct. 19. He says his prognosis is good.
Seven years after his death to cancer at age 18, a Minnesota singer-songwriter has returned to the top of the iTunes chart with “Clouds.”
Four young cancer survivors who met while in treatment in Florida didn't let the pandemic keep them from their annual reunion. Known as the tutu girls for their matching outfits, the 6- and 7-year-olds held their meetup on Zoom instead.
The COVID-19 pandemic can affect just about every aspect of life during an individual’s breast cancer journey.
Women who delay mammograms are far more likely to have larger tumors and need more aggressive treatment, according to Mount Sinai's chief of breast surgery.
The first person known to have been cured of HIV infection says he is terminally ill from a recurrence of the cancer that prompted his historic treatment 12 years ago.
Venom from honeybees rapidly destroyed triple-negative breast cancer, a type of cancer that has limited treatment options, and HER2-enriched breast cancer cells, according to a study published in the journal npj Precision Oncology.
The pandemic has forced the Sunrise Day Camp Long Island to go virtual.
A Gilroy woman has been charged with soliciting more than $60,000 in donations she asked for on Facebook and her blog to help pay for cancer treatments she did not need or receive, and then used the money for herself, according to federal prosecutors and the Internal Revenue Service.