After beating cancer, Ryan Kuchta’s fight is far from over as he continues helping others.
September is recognized as Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. When a child is diagnosed with cancer you may not always know how exactly to comfort and support the family. Pediatric Oncology Social Worker Michelle Hoffman stopped by FOX59 to give people a few ways they can lend a hand. For more information, click here.
After a family skiing trip where they noticed 5-year-old Bellamy had swollen lymph nodes, she was was diagnosed with Leukemia. Before her treatment ends, Bellamy has set a new obstacle to overcome.
According to the American Cancer Society, almost 10,000 children in the United States under 15 will receive a cancer diagnosis this year.
Matteo Messina Denaro’s need for colon cancer treatment led to his detention.
HALF of the Today Third Hour hosts have gone missing on Monday morning.They brought in an unlikely replacement as the hosts explained their whereabout
The man said he made up a stage 4 colon cancer diagnosis on a GoFundMe page to raise buy-in money for the World Series of Poker.
(MASS APPEAL) Hyundai Hope on Wheels is celebrating its 25th year of helping children fight cancer. Since 1998, Hyundai Hope On Wheels has worked tirelessly to support the families, researchers, doctors and children impacted by childhood cancer. Joining me now is Gary Rome, President & CEO of Gary Rome Hyundai, as well as the 
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and a local organization is putting in an effort to help support research for cancer.
The support helps patients access and complete their breast cancer treatment journey.
Breast Cancer Now, the UKs leading breast cancer research and support charity, is releasing a powerful and emotional film portraying the reality of living with incurable secondary breast cancer. In the film, titled If I had more time, nine women share the ways they would spend more precious time if they could, highlighting the urgent need for more research to extend peoples lives.
A Thunder Bay, Ont., nurse who lost her mother last summer to Stage 4 T-cell lymphoma is pushing for a new policy to make it easier for patients to receive cancer diagnoses. She wants to know why a patient can’t see a hematologist until the cancer is verified. Here’s what we learned.