'Cycle For Survival' Pedals Into NYC For Cancer Research FundraiserCycle For Survival has raised over $200 million for rare cancer research since it was founded.
6-Year-Old Boy Raises Thousands For Children's Cancer Charity Run A 6-year-old boy is the one of the top fundraisers for a local children's charity run in New York.
Thrill Seekers Rappel Over Side Of Jersey City Building, Raise $100K For Cancer ResearchThe adventurers put their fears aside to drop 34 stories down for an event called "Over the Edge."
Mom, Author Donating Proceeds From Children's Book To Cancer ResearchMeredith Stack's book "Patton and Peanut No More Collar" is about two dogs that live in the West Village.
Gov. Malloy Joins In On ALS Ice Bucket ChallengeGov. Dannel P. Malloy is the latest Connecticut politician to get doused with ice water to increase awareness about a debilitating disease.
Red Bank Man Ends Cross-Country Charity Run In Central ParkThe Red Bank, N.J., resident ran for the charity, Stand Up to Cancer, and started his trek in Oceanside, Calif., on May 11.
IBM's Watson Computer Working With New York Genome Center To Combat Brain CancerArmonk, N.Y.-based IBM Corp. already has a partnership with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, where Watson is also used to help treat cancer.
Leukemia Research Donation Jar Swiped From Long Island 7-ElevenA donation jar for cancer research was stolen from the counter of a 7-Eleven in Lindenhurst, Long Island.
Eye On New York: Sandy Fundraising Song Inspired By 9/11 Hero, Cancer Research, Mouth Off To Montone And MoreOn this week's Eye On New York, CBS 2's Chris Wragge sat down with two men helping to raise money for the superstorm Sandy relief effort in the memory of a 9/11 victim.
Critics: State Budget Favors Buffalo Bills, Hollywood Over Cancer PreventionSome critics are not happy that the proposed New York State budget cuts funding for cancer screenings and teen smoking prevention programs, but expands spending to help the Buffalo Bills and Hollywood.
AP Source: Lance Armstrong Says 'I'm Sorry' To Livestrong StaffStripped last year of his seven Tour de France titles because of doping charges, Armstrong addressed the staff Monday and said, "I'm sorry." The person said the disgraced cyclist choked up and several employees cried during the session.