Dog runs away from Iowa home to track down her owner, recovering from cancer in a nearby hospital.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida are enrolling women treated for triple negative breast cancer which is has a high rate of recurrence.
Beating cancer is certainly something to cheer about.
Texas 6-year-old battling rare cancer becomes an honorary State Trooper for a day. Dominique Sachse reports.
As the Archer City police chief continues to wage war on cancer and his fight with the deadly disease will soon take him to Dallas.
The Giving Comfort tour has been traveling around bringing encouragement to cancer patients and they stopped in Wichita Falls on Tuesday.
Researchers at Mote Marine Laboratory say sharks could potentially save millions of lives.
The Archer City police chief is staying positive despite receiving some not so good news about his fight with cancer.
Hair professionals can be the first line of defense when it comes to spotting skin cancer. Chrystina Head shares one story of a Virginia man and the hairdresser that he says saved his life.
Police say Illinois woman faked cancer in order to collect donations.
Driving around Texoma there is no shortage of 'Pray for Rain' signs but you may have also noticed a purple sign with a similar look.
The Scotland Volunteer Fire Department hosted a benefit today at Texas Nite Life to raise money for Chief Campbell who is battling cancer.
A Colorado girl, initially suspended for shaving her head has been allowed to return to school. The third grader shaved her head in support of her friend who has cancer.
Colorado school suspends 11-year-old girl for shaving her head as a show of support in classmate's battle with cancer.
The Cattle Baron's Style Show will be Friday night from 5:30 to 7:30 at Denim and Diamonds.
In a personal note, NBC News Special Correspondent Tom Brokaw revealed he has been diagnosed with cancer and said he and his physicians are very encouraged with the progress he is making.
Missouri first grader shaves head in honor of cancer-stricken friend.
Most children only ever dream of becoming a superhero, but a 5-year-old leukemia survivor got to experience something like the real thing on Friday morning in San Francisco.
City rallies around little boy battling terminal cancer to make special superhero wish come true.
New Mexico mother battling breast cancer is told to stay away from daughter's school because she smells.