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.
She’s just 11 years old, but when one of her best friends died of cancer she decided to honor his memory by helping others. And on Sunday, Emily Nelson will make a trip to the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.
Billions of dollars are spent each year researching a cure for cancer, but those fighting the disease often see an immediate financial burden.
Two weeks before she died from brain cancer last October, tiny 10-year-old Gabriella Miller of Leesburg, Va., delivered a message on YouTube to Congress: “Stop talking and start doing.”
A University of Maryland student who inspired people across the country has lost his battle with brain cancer.
After a long battle with lung cancer, the Orioles director of public relations died Friday morning at age 36.
The families of children who are battling life threatening health issues long for their lives to return to normal. A local nonprofit tried to make that happen on Monday.
The dead of winter turns into training season for many avid runners waiting for the Maryland Half Marathon this spring. It’s part of WJZ’s Continuing Community Commitment.
Allegheny Health Network has a memorandum of understanding for a five-year affiliation with the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore.
A cancer foundation dedicated to cancer research is spending nearly a billion dollars in funding across several research centers including Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center.
The American Cancer Society is asking millions of Americans to put out their cigarettes and make a plan to quit as part of the 37th annual Great American Smokeout.