The Good Samaritan, Denise Ramos-Salazar, believes God pulled her out of her car to help an elderly woman walking in a snowstorm last month.
There are no age limits on the children the Valerie Fund will treat. Even the littlest of children can get cancer. Katie Mulcahy was only 14-months-old.
A Rockland County teenager is honoring the memory of the man who saved his life by helping save the lives of others, one pint at a time.
Josia Cotto, his family, and his friends refuse to give in to overwhelming odds. Cotto has only been able to go to school a handful of times since been diagnosed with a rare, inoperable brain tumor seven months ago.
Retired EMS assistant chief John McFarland was revered within the FDNY, and today he is being laid to rest after dying from a brain tumor linked to his service after the attacks of 9/11.
The news that Gary Carter is battling Glioblastoma, a form of cancer that affects the brain and central nervous system, is crushing. It immediately makes you wonder why such horrible things happen to such good people?
Ex-1986 Mets catcher Gary Carter was diagnosed Tuesday with a malignant brain tumor called a glioblastoma and will treat it with chemotherapy and radiation. Doctors at Duke University say the location of the tumor makes it difficult to remove through an operation.
Ex-1986 Mets catcher Gary Carter has a brain tumor that is likely inoperable. The Montreal Gazette reported on Monday that Carter’s daughter, Kimmy Bloemers, wrote the news on the family’s website.
The New York Democrat said brain tumors are the second most prevalent cancer for children. His National Childhood Brain Tumor Prevention Network Act would coordinate research into the causes and ways to prevent the disease.
This weekend Hall of Famer Gary Carter revealed that doctors discovered four “very small” brain tumors after he had an MRI on Friday in Florida. Friends and former 1986 Mets teammates were stunned when they heard the news.