Still in the experimental stage, the pill is packed with tiny magnetic particles, which can travel through a patient’s bloodstream, search for malignant cells and report their findings to a sensor on a wearable device.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports a Philadelphia-based charity is among the finalists and needs your help to win.
The Eagles, Nick Foles, and LeSean McCoy fulfilled the dreams of children with cancer this week.
Chris discussed yesterday’s death of the first Ebola patient in the United States, last night’s Gubernatorial debate between Governor Tom Corbett and his challenger Tom Wolf, and a Congressman’s claims that ISIS terrorists are coming over the southern border. He talked to Matt Paxton from the television show Hoarders, at 8:20.
Researchers have found that obese teens are more than twice as likely to develop colorectal cancer, compared to normal weight adolescents.
Three other charities are in the running for the award, but Chris says Michael’s Way stands out because 100% of the donations received go directly to cancer patients.
A Philadelphia man is recounting his battle with throat cancer in a surprisingly upbeat way.
The power of vitamin D. It’s showing promise in helping local patients battle one of the deadliest cancers. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on how it works.
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on what’s being called a game changer.
A new report finds that airline pilots and cabin crew may have an increased rate of melanoma – but what does this mean?
A young man fighting cancer at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has become a YouTube sensation. His covers of two songs by rapper Jay Z are helping to shine light on the daily difficulties faced by cancer patients.
Just In Time For Made In America, Young Cancer Patient At CHOP Covers Jay Z In Hopes Of Meeting The Rapper
“I made this video to explain the everyday life of a cancer patient in a more unique way,” Tom says at the end of the video, before holding up a sign with the hashtag #BaldSoHard.
Word dripped down this week that Jim Kelly’s cancer is gone. But what does that mean? Is it gone today only to make its interminable, terminal march back to his enervated frame? Or is it really gone, as in he won?
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on it , and how a local hospital is trying to make it work even better.
A photograph that looks totally fine could reveal a potentially deadly cancer. It’s a tiny white spot in the eye, that most people wouldn’t even notice.