Word dripped down this week that Jim Kelly’s cancer is gone. But what does that mean? Is it gone today only to make its interminable, terminal march back to his enervated frame? Or is it really gone, as in he won?
A chance match between genetic material turned international strangers into friends, one saving the other’s life.
Dr. Meyer says up to sixty percent of patients undergoing treatment for all types of cancers can develop chemo brain to some degree.
One in two men and one in three women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. That startling statistic is the motivation behind an upcoming event in the Baltimore/D.C. area.
According to a new study, young women who eat less red meat may have a lower risk of developing breast cancer later in life.
A new study shows the level of poverty or wealth in an area may affect the types of cancers people get.
A new study says obesity can have a negative effect on young breast cancer patients.
An Anne Arundel County high school arranged an unofficial, private graduation ceremony for a senior whose mother is terminally ill.
While millions are raised every year for cancer research, much less comes in for the counseling of patients fighting the disease.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Patrick Dempsey and Kathryn West. They talked about cancer and the importance of building a support network. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Maryland Film Festival.
It’s one of the biggest events of the year for Baltimore area runners, and it happens on Saturday morning. It’s the annual Maryland Half Marathon.
It’s a common killer in the United States, and the fight to conquer cancer this year is rolling with a two-day cycling event around the nation’s capital.