Doctors Save Young Ballerina's Life, Career With Personalized Cancer TreatmentDoctors used what's called precision medicine, an example of how cancer therapy has evolved to take the whole patient into account.
Another 9/11 First Responder Dies Of Cancer Hours Before Senator Blocks Vote On Victim Compensation FundAs a single Republican senator stops the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund from receiving funding, first responders are again grieving the loss of one of New York’s Bravest.
CBS2 Joins With 'Sisters For The Cure' To Benefit Breast Cancer ResearchMembers of the CBS2 team join 'Sisters For The Cure' at a fundraiser to benefit breast cancer research.
First Responder Who Stood With Jon Stewart To Fight For 9/11 Victims Fund Enters Hospice CareLou Alvarez, one of the retired NYPD officers who just sat in an emotional congressional hearing with Jon Stewart, announced he has entered hospice care due to the incurable nature of his cancer.
Vaccine Helps Body's Immune System Recognize, Kill Cancer CellsDoctors say cancer patients who have received the vaccine are getting partial and complete remissions.
Gearing Up For Next Weekend's Valerie Fund WalkThe goal is to raise $1,000,000 for the fund, which connects young cancer patients with care near their homes.
'Jeopardy' Host Alex Trebek Making 'Mind-Boggling' Improvement During Cancer BattleThe legendary game show host said that some of his tumors have shrunk by more than 50 percent since he revealed he was battling stage-4 pancreatic cancer.
'Little Stormtrooper' Aims To Bring Cancer Battle To New YorkThe final radiation treatment for 4-year-old Audrina Hatton-Wright is over, but now she's looking to take her cancer battle to New York City.
Can Sickle Cell Disease Be Used As A Weapon Against Cancerous Tumors? New Study Says YesDr. Terman, a professor of molecular genetics, has figured out how to do this. In a recently published study, his team was able to kill tumors in mice by infusing sickle cells into mice.
FDA Reviewing Possible Link Between Breast Implants And Rare CancerGovernment medical advisers said Monday it's too soon to ban a type of breast implant that has recently been linked to a rare form of cancer, saying more information is needed to understand the problem.
'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.
Study Links Obesity To Greater Cancer Risk In Young PeopleSome disturbing statistics about cancer in younger adults have been released.
Scientists Create Chickens Laying Drug-Filled Eggs To Cut Medication CostsScientists say the egg white contains the treasure - large quantities of medically important proteins which they can purify and package as medicines to treat arthritis and some cancers.
Breath Biopsy Offers Doctors New Way To Test For CancerIt's a breath test that researchers hope can pinpoint signature smells of multiple cancers by detecting specific molecules the disease puts out.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Out Of HospitalA spokeswoman for the Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital after cancer surgery.