One of the world's most glamorous women had an operation that once was terribly disfiguring - removal of both breasts.
In a labor of love, Santa Cruz County women who make stitching an art form have produced quilts to brighten the lives of children stricken with cancer.
Even people with insurance can face steep copayments for drugs, a sizable share of hospital bills and significant incidental expenses.
THE community in Thorpe Bay have rallied round an inspirational mum undergoing treatment for cancer to raise more than A 11,000 for Southend Hospital .
In an e-mail to his staff on Thursday, Harris County District Attorney Mike Anderson said he is undergoing treatment for cancer.
Less cancer treatment may be better, and being in good physical shape may help keep cancer away, according to the latest research being presented at the largest convergence of cancer experts worldwide.
Gilda's Club is an organization that consists of groups across the country which provide laughter and support to cancer patients.
When Angelina Jolie revealed she'd had a double mastectomy, she probably had a pretty good idea that her bravery would empower other women to tell their breast cancer stories.
New overseas guidelines on who should be tested for the second-most-common cause of cancer deaths in Australian men were released recently.
Something unique is planned for tonight's 10th annual Strecker Cancer Center Fashion Show fundraiser-all 30 models and 15 volunteers assisting with the program are current or past patients at the Strecker facility.
After decades of using one-size-fits-all therapies to combat cancer, doctors are using new tools to help decide when their patients can skip chemotherapy or other harsh treatments.
Two South Florida sisters spoke about two very different ways they went about battling the threat of breast cancer.
Women whose breast cancer had been treated with chemotherapy demonstrated improved executive function, such as cognitive flexibility, verbal fluency and processing speed after using exercises developed by Lumosity, the leading online cognitive training program.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday that it has approved a drug to help men with advanced prostate cancer whose disease has spread to the bones.
Jolie faced an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer, but treatments have brought the risk down to less than 5 percent.