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Lisa Garys Korsland enjoyed a busy lifestyle for years, living abroad in the U.K. and Switzerland, raising her three children and working as an engineer for General Mills.
Seven-year-old Jericho Rajninger of Larkspur may be shy, but he is fighting leukemia in a loud way by helping other children who face adversity smile.
A massage is the application of pressure onto the skin from hands, feet or elbows to the superficial muscles.
The medication that keeps me alive costs about $8,500 a month. It's called Tasigna, and it belongs to a group of chemotherapy drugs called tyrosine kinase inhibitors, or TKIs.
We used long-distance inverse-polymerase chain reaction to characterize the chromosomal rearrangement of individual acute leukemia patients.
Angelina Jolie courageously announced Tuesday that she underwent a preventative double mastectomy after genetic testing showed she had a high probability of developing breast and ovarian cancer, which she followed up with reconstructive surgery of her breasts.
An earlier version of this story said the memorial was today . The service will be held Thursday, May 23.
When people choose to have their leukemia treated aggressively, it's a big commitment, more so than for almost any other cancer.
Like a lot of other cancer patients lying in hospital beds or in chemotherapy suites, I have spent a fair amount of time fantasizing about jetting off to a tropical island.
At a press conference Wednesday, attorney's announced the filing of a federal lawsuit against the Whirlpool Corporation in relation to the Clyde Cancer Cluster.
Editor's note: Stanford University psychology professor Nalini Ambady has leukemia and needs to find a matching bone marrow donor, most likely one of South Asian descent.
When the 23-year-old Crystal Lake resident heard her younger sister had been diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia in November, she knew she had to help in the fight against the potentially fatal disease.