Singer Etta James has died from complications of leukemia at the age of 73, her manager announced Friday.
Etta James’ manager says the terminally ill blues singer is breathing on her own after being taken off a respirator.
Etta James’ longtime manager says the terminally ill blues singer has been hospitalized after experiencing difficulty breathing.
R&B singer Etta James’ losing battle with leukemia and other ailments appears to be nearing an end, according to an in-home physician caring for the artist, whose $1 million estate is at the center of a legal battle between family members.
For six young baseball fans, Tuesday’s All-Star game will be particularly thrilling.
The daughter of a 95-year-old leukemia patient said she was “emotionally distraught” after airport security officers forced her mother to remove her soiled adult diaper during a pat-down.
After just a week in the hospital, 5-year-old Ruby Spencer is very familiar with tubes and swabs, but she would rather play with them on a doll than have it done to her.
When he was 15-months-old, Kyle Rodas was diagnosed with leukemia.
Singer Etta James, who suffers from leukemia and dementia, has been hospitalized, it was reported Friday.
Ailing “At Last” R&B singer Etta James is gravely ill and her husband of 41 years is seeking a California court order to control more than $1 million of her money.
Researchers at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles Monday announced identification of a mutated gene which plays a role in the development of B-precursor leukemia, the most common form of childhood cancer.
In the new film “Dear Jack”, musician Andrew McMahon documents his personal battle with leukemia. As Lisa Sigell tells it, “it’s a story of courage, inspiration, and the power of love… family, friends and music.”
Allison Zicree was a healthy baby girl who just celebrated her first birthday. Days later, her parents’ world would be turned upside down. Allison was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. She fought hard and went through aggressive chemotherapy, but it wasn’t enough.