Shannon Murray talks to the Cancer Support Community North Texas about the impact of people missing cancer screenings and the support they can get by reaching out to the non-profit organization.
Finally, some good news.
The Kendra Scott flagship store in Austin has a slightly new look thanks to artist and breast cancer survivor Marnie Vollenhals. The Fort Worth-based muralist took her experience fighting the disease to create an inspirational work of art outside the fashion art company's main store.
Cody, 19, was diagnosed approximately six weeks ago with Chondroplastic osteo sarcoma, which is a combination of bone and cartridge cancer. The Weinman’s have already racked up over $329,000 worth of medical bills.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum revealed Tuesday that her cancer has returned and is now stage four.
Lily Borden was recently declared cancer-free after being born with a malignant brain tumor and got to ring the bell at a hospital in California.
There’s no minimum age requirement for having a dream.
A little boy in Ohio received a standing ovation from his elementary school classmates after they learned he beat cancer.
An Indiana couple held their wedding ceremony at the hospital so the bride's dying father could be with them.
A Quinlan 5-year-old is back in the hospital almost 11 months after a bone marrow transplant.
Mikey Choroszy died of terminal brain cancer while on a Make-A-Wish trip to the Mall of America.
A teen from Akron, Ohio, celebrated his final round of chemotherapy on January 2 after undergoing three-and-a-half years of treatment for leukemia.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved an ovarian cancer drug for the maintenance and treatment of pancreatic cancer, according to AstraZeneca and Merck.
Hospital staff contacted police in November 2016 after the then-15-year-old boy developed several infections and a nurse observed Alberts injecting his IV bag with an unknown substance.
A cancer patient and his nurse sang a heartwarming duet -- right in the hospital room.
"My baby took his last chemo crying with a smile on his face!!!! God blessed my family!" his mother wrote on Facebook.
A young man who is the only person in the U.S. to reach stage four of an aggressive and rare form of brain cancer has dedicated his final days to helping others.
A father, mother and their 17-year-old son are all battling different forms of cancer at the same time. They say they are relying on their faith to keep going.
Matteo Lambert has ran 120 miles in 35 races across the U.S. and Canada and raised $65,500 for children with cancer.
A 10-year-old boy in Kentucky who received more than 2,000 Christmas cards is in remission.