Ann Jackson, PT, DPT, MPH, Founder of "Central for Food Equity in Medicine," shares how the non-profit organization benefits people with illnesses like cancer by providing them with healthy food and household goods.
It is time for some seriously powerful lemonade in suburban Orland Park. The money from the lemonade stand helps children and teens fighting cancer.
Last week, Pfizer halted the distribution of its anti-smoking drug, Chantix after finding high levels of a cancer-causing agent in the medication.
Results revealed that men accounted for 568,700 alcohol-related cancer and women accounted for 172, 600 in 2020 with the majority of the cancers involved the esophagus, liver and breasts.
Johnson and Johnson is recalling five Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens that may contain the cancer causing chemical benzene.
Johnson & Johnson is recalling five Neutrogena, Aveeno sunscreen products containing low levels of benzene, a chemical linked to blood cancers.
Johnson & Johnson recalls four of its products like Neutrogena after products were found to contain low levels of benzene, which can cause cancer with repeated exposure.
U.S. death rates from many types of cancer continued to decline, mostly in deaths from lung cancer and melanoma, according to a new report published Thursday.
Dustin Levell talks about the walk to end pancreatic cancer; each year more than 80 thousand people in cities across the U.S. step up and participate in PurpleStride.
Pammy Kramer from Smile-A-Thon asks donors to donate $26 to the non-profit to help bring joy to children with cancer at DancingWhileCancering.org.
Blink-182's Mark Hoppus revealed on social media he is battling cancer.
A pink snowplow will be clearing the streets of Romeoville during the winter of 2022 in support of breast cancer awareness.
"The cancer in the prostate does not have to be a death sentence."
State Representative La Shawn Ford is sharing his cancer story to encourage all men to get prostate cancer screenings.
Millions of sleep apnea machines are being recalled over cancer risk concerns.
Police officers let Michael sit in the driver's seat of their squad car and even taught him how to flip the switch to trigger the siren.
A 4-year-old girl was escorted by a group of bikers after she rang a bell to celebrate the completion of her chemotherapy treatment.
A pill used for breast cancer has been shown to help treat certain early-stage, hard-to-treat cases. It was studied in patients with BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations.
Bryan Clay is hoping his work inspires young Chicagoans to take on big challenges to better the world.
17-year-old Kieran Moise is heading to the US Air Force Academy in the fall, and decided he wanted to donate his hair to be used for wigs for children battling cancer. In addition to donating 19 inches of hair, he also raised $20,000 for St. Jude.