The scientist who won the race to deliver the first widely used COVID-19 vaccine says the technology behind it will soon be used to fight cancer.
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.
Chase Smith, who was diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, recently married his high school girlfriend, Sadie, in Indiana.
Michele Schambach received a message in the snow from her daughter while undergoing care at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
All three of Angie and Aaron Rush’s sons have been diagnosed with the same rare form of eye cancer, called retinoblastoma.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum revealed Tuesday that her cancer has returned and is now stage four.
Lily Borden was recently declared cancer-free after being born with a malignant brain tumor and got to ring the bell at a hospital in California.
There’s no minimum age requirement for having a dream.
An Indiana couple held their wedding ceremony at the hospital so the bride's dying father could be with them.
A breast cancer surgeon from AdventHealth will visit Good Day Orlando on Monday morning
Mikey Choroszy died of terminal brain cancer while on a Make-A-Wish trip to the Mall of America.
A group of 13 women gave a Wisconsin waitress a $1,300 trip after she battled cancer alongside her sister.
Researchers say the drug is safer and more effective at targeting leukemia, lymphoma, and breast and lung cancers.
A young man who is the only person in the U.S. to reach stage four of an aggressive and rare form of brain cancer has dedicated his final days to helping others.
Matteo Lambert has ran 120 miles in 35 races across the U.S. and Canada and raised $65,500 for children with cancer.
A 10-year-old boy in Kentucky who received more than 2,000 Christmas cards is in remission.
More Americans are surviving long cancer as the survival rate has increased over the last decade, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.
It's a video posted to the Clayton County Police Department's Facebook page which will bring tears to the eyes of the toughest, most seasoned officers.
David and Pat Cloud of Grayson, Georgia, found themselves both battling cancer at the same hospital. Today, the Clouds say they are grateful for second opinions and second chances.
“I just wanted to say thank you: without that camera, I would never have known."