A new, first-of-its-kind study may change the way some cancer patients are treated. Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York say their study is an example of how precision medicine can work.
They come from all over the world to this special place in Baltimore, where cancer patients and their families can stay while receiving treatment at area hospitals.
Baltimore has some of the most respected hospitals in the country. But with such resources and talent being centered in one place, patients often drive an hour or more to get life-saving treatment. Now, cancer patients in Harford County might not have to make the long trip.
Former Eyewitness News anchor Dick Gelfman raises millions to fight breast cancer with his Ride Across Maryland. This year Gelfman’s 12th annual ride raised a total of $250,510.
One man journeys across the world to find a cure for his cancer.
A poor black woman whose tumor cells helped scientists make advances in cancer treatment is being honored with a historical highway marker near her childhood home in Virginia.