Marnie Schulenburg, known for her roles on "As the World Turns" and the reboot of "One Life to Live," died after stage 4 metastatic breast cancer complications.
An amputee athlete who inspired people worldwide with her push to set a new world record for daily consecutive marathons has wrapped up her quest. South Africa native Jacky Hunt-Broersma completed her 104th marathon in as many days on Saturday near her home in suburban Phoenix.
Researchers in Switzerland said they noticed a reduced cancer risk among their participants over a three-year period.
Mike Bossy, one of hockey’s most prolific goal-scorers and a star for the New York Islanders during their 1980s Stanley Cup dynasty, has died after a battle with lung cancer. He was 65.
A Chino Hills teenager who captured the hearts of the community got married as she continues to check items off her bucket list.
Researchers found that the individuals who were taller had a 24% higher risk of developing colorectal cancer as opposed to their shorter counterparts.
who had leukemia and was HIV-positive appears to have become the third person ever to be cured of HIV, according to the NIH. Here is why doctors and researchers say the treatment she received is so novel and important.
President Joe Biden is relaunching his “Cancer Moonshot” initiative with a goal of reducing cancer deaths by 50% over the next 25 years and to ”end cancer as we know it.”
Jeff Innis, a side-arming reliever who pitched for the New York Mets from 1987-93, died Sunday. He was 59.
Actor and comedian Louie Anderson has passed away at 68, according to the Associated Press.
Brian Kevan is in the fight of his life. Like many firefighters who responded to the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Kevan was diagnosed with cancer. Thanks to treatments and a bone marrow transplant, he has renewed hope and is living each day as it comes.
When Essie Gutierrez was ten years old, she had a bruise that wouldn't go away, so her mother took Essie to Nemours Children's Health hospital in Jacksonville.
Richard Epstein, 77, is battling two forms of cancer and recently nailed an ice skating routine with his teacher — proving that it's never too late to learn something new.
Galleri, which is not covered by insurance, costs $949 and must be ordered by a licensed health care provider.
Routine screenings for common childhood cancers could also save nearly $17,000 per year for each year of life gained among siblings of children who carry certain genetic mutations, the NIH said.
The FDA recently approved an investigational new drug application for the preventative breast cancer vaccine which entered its phase 1 trial at the Cleveland Clinic.
Support groups are meeting virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some call it a silver lining because more people can participate.
Research suggests exercise could lower the risk of developing breast cancer.
The “Drink Less for Your Breasts” campaign aims to bring awareness to the link between alcohol and increased breast cancer risk in women.
Over a third of adults in the United States failed to get routine cancer screenings due to fears related to COVID-19 over the past year and a half. The National Cancer Institute predicts that nearly 10,000 breast and colorectal cancer deaths over the next 10 years will be related to pandemic delays in cancer screening and treatment.