When doctors said there were no more treatments to try Patricia was allowed to be in public for the first time in a while. Her mom planned a special shopping spree, starting with a manicure at the mall.
It’s not time travel, but researchers say the new breakthrough could go a long way in advancing cancer treatments.
Wildlife biologists tracking a tumor-causing virus first diagnosed in eastern wild turkeys five years ago have found the virus is far more widespread — but less deadly — than expected.
Variety is reporting that a senior publicist who worked in the worlds of politics and show business has died.
Longtime sports anchor Stuart Scott lost his battle with cancer on Sunday at the age of 49-years-old.
Donna Douglas, who played the buxom tomboy Elly May Clampett on the hit 1960s sitcom “The Beverly Hillbillies,” has died.
A decorator from Orange County, who fought and defeated Cancer three times, has been given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity — to decorate a room in the White House for the holidays.
The LAPD’s “Badges for Bandages” campaign is bringing smiles to the faces of young children who are battling cancer.
Chong, of course, is known as one-half of the cannabis-fueled comedy duo Cheech & Chong, a partnership that produced six gold records and eight films, which he co-wrote and directed.
All month long, every day, the Spa Pechanga at Pechanga Resort & Casino offers free hair cuts and styles to anyone – men or women – willing to donate 8 or more inches of their hair.
A fundraiser was held Monday to benefit a Pomona woman who is fighting against stage four oral cancer.
Emma Manetta is on a mission to support patients undergoing treatment at The MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Memorial in Fountain Valley, where her mother, Shawna, receives care.
While the program is free you could say it is invaluable to the driver and the passenger.
Local Mother On A Mission To Raise Funds For Ovarian Cancer Research After Losing Daughter To The Disease
Paulinda Babbini calls Robin a dream daughter – student body president, cheerleader, homecoming queen at Pacific Hills High School in West Hollywood. But at 20, she lost her battle with the disease.
Stars, philanthropists, volunteers and activists came out in support of cancer research Friday for the “Stand Up To Cancer” telecast.