Long Island Boy Becomes Sheriff For A DayDoug Grimmett, 12, got the unique opportunity to be sheriff for a day Tuesday with the help of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
Ultra-Clean Homes Can Trigger Childhood Cancer, Study FindsA groundbreaking study into what triggers cancer has found that children who are "too hygienic" and are kept away from other kids were at greater risk for developing leukemia.
FDA Panel Approves Immunotherapy Program To Fight CancerA Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has just unanimously recommended the approval of the first-ever living drug to fight leukemia.
Leukemia Survivor Meets Stem Cell Donor Who Gave Her The Gift Of LifeIt was an emotional moment when after three years Wendy Wax met her stem cell donor in a suite at Citi Field.
Seen At 11: Promising Treatment Uses Patient’s Immune System To Fight CancerScientists are reporting unprecedented success with a new type of cancer treatment. It uses the patient's own immune system to fight the disease.
NJ School Nurse Credited With Saving Student's Life After Spotting Leukemia SymptomsA New Jersey mother says her little boy is alive today thanks to his teacher and a sharp-eyed school nurse.
Long Island Sports Program Helps Young Cancer Survivors Get ‘Back In The Game’A program on Long Island is helping young cancer survivors regain their physical strength. Kids are getting back on their feet so they can play their favorite sports again.
TNT's Craig Sager To Receive Jimmy V Award At ESPYSCraig Sager will receive the Jimmy V Perseverance Award as ESPN honors the TNT sideline reporter.
Craig Sager: Doctors Told Me I Only Have 3 To 6 Months To LiveCraig Sager reveals that doctors told him he has three to six months to live after his leukemia came back.
LIU Brooklyn Goalkeeper Overcame Childhood Cancer, Climbed To The Top Of The GameWhen a parent hears that diagnosis for their child, they imagine the worst, but one survivor has overcome that challenge and risen to the top of his sport.
FDNY Firefighter Meets Bone Marrow Donation RecipientMichael McCauley's marrow was a perfect match for former Marine Aaron Faulkner, of Pittsburgh, who is suffering from leukemia