A father in England says the image of his daughter falling asleep in a swing held more meaning than he realized.
Hector Hernandez had the tumor removed in a complicated six-hour operation and, a week later, he was more than 100 pounds lighter.
Prayers were requested for Beth Chapman as she underwent emergency surgery on Tuesday for a blockage in her throat — and they are still needed. Doctors discovered that her throat cancer is back.
A mother is asking parents to vaccinate their children, revealing the dangerous reality for kids with cancer.
Keith Burkett wanted to walk his mother, Taylore Woodard, down the aisle on Nov. 11, but like with so much else in the 12-year-old's life, cancer changed his plans.
Danielle Michaud opening up about her recent cervical cancer diagnosis in hopes of raising awareness of the importance of regular screenings.
The 'Three's Company' star shares her breast cancer diagnosis story and why she chose to forgo chemotherapy, along with advice for other survivors.
"Me and Jules have laughed away for 20 years of living with cancer. And you have to laugh, because it's so black.”
"At night you put your hand on your chest and can feel your heart beat like never before. It’s a reminder that you’re still alive. Try to embrace that."
After watching her husband's slow and painful death from pancreatic cancer, Debra Dunn is fighting to make ensure those with a terminal illness can die in peace.
"It wasn't the wedding of our dreams but it was the wedding that made our dreams come true."
Olivia Newton-John is battling cancer again, the Australian singer-actress revealed on Sunday, her third diagnosis in three decades.
A day before her death, Bland wrote about getting messages shaming her over her health and cancer treatment.
Emma Burkholder, a 16-year-old high school junior, says she would "gladly give up this little part of her life" to help her mother, who is a paraplegic battling breast cancer.
"Even though mummy isn't there to hold your hand or kiss you goodbye as you go in to your class, I will be watching over you and keeping you safe."
When Melbourne mother Kylie Armstrong took to Facebook in February 2016, she had an important message for her friends and family. The 47-year-old had been dealt the devastating news she had breast cancer and she wanted to warn her nearest and dearest about her experience.
A new study from Harvard shows a higher incidence of cancer among flight attendants. Here's what you need to know.