Charities are always looking for new ways to energize donors. A colorful twist on an old idea is looking good for the Cool Kids Campaign.
A little girl is donating hats to kids with cancer. Click on the link for more information.
More than a half a million people are predicted to die this year in America from all forms of cancer. Though the overall number is staggering, the predicted deaths are showing a decrease from a high reached in 1991.
The University of Maryland School of Medicine is laying the last beam at its new $200 million cancer treatment facility.
Miss District of Columbia Allyn Rose has fallen short in her bid to become Miss America, despite successfully conveying a message about breast cancer prevention.
Win or lose Saturday, Miss America contestant Allyn Rose will have conveyed a message about breast cancer prevention using her primary tool as a beauty queen: her body.
Cancer death rates decreased by 1.6 percent from 2000 to 2009.
It’s Make-A-Wish Day, a time when, across the country, the wishes of 64 seriously ill children are granted.
A former Ravens coach–now head coach for the Indianapolis Colts–is fighting back against cancer. There is promising news that coach Chuck Pagano is beating leukemia.
Patients suffering from incurable forms of cancer maintain hope of survival if they are receiving chemotherapy or other treatments for their diseases, despite the deadliness of their illnesses, a new study found.
Taking a daily multivitamin for years may lower the risk of cancer.
Green tea may work to prevent or slow the growth of prostate and breast cancers.