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Teen Girl Overcomes Ovarian CancerWhen Paige LaRosa was 11, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
Study: Positive Trend In Cancer Survival RatesThe power of personalized, precision medicine that comes from groundbreaking cancer research is happening here in Philadelphia and around the country.
Man Runs Half Marathon To Save Friend's LifeAmerican Association for Cancer Research Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon is raising money for these breakthroughs that save lives and one runner is doing the race because of a special friendship.
FDA Announces First US Gene Therapy Approval For Cancer TreatmentThe FDA has approved the first treatment that genetically engineers a patients' own blood cells and turns them into an army of assassins that destroy childhood leukemia.
Risk Of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
WATCH: Brave Girl Dons ‘Supergirl’ Costume To Mark End Of Chemo TreatmentsIt was an emotional walk for 1-year-old Emilie Meza and her family as cheers and bells signified the completion of her four rounds of chemotherapy treatments.
Rescue Cat That Cared For Young Cancer Patient Named 'Cat Of The Year'A caring rescue cat has been named Great Britain's National Cat of the Year for helping to comfort a young cancer patient, BBC News reported.
Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood Reveals He Had CancerRolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood revealed in a new interview that he "had a fight with a touch of lung cancer" that started three months ago.
Marine Dog With Cancer Gets Tear-Filled FarewellHundreds of people in Michigan came together to say a tear-filled final goodbye to a cancer-stricken dog who served three tours in Afghanistan with the U.S. Marines.
Study: Fire Fighters Have A Higher Risk Of Cancer"We've learned the hard way we are killing our firefighters..."
John McCain To Return To Senate Tuesday For Health Care VoteSen. John McCain, recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer, will make a dramatic return to the Senate Tuesday to cast a critical vote on health care legislation.
Sen. John McCain Had Aggressive Brain Tumor Surgically RemovedSen. John McCain, 80, has been diagnosed with a primary glioblastoma, a type of brain tumor, Mayo Clinic doctors directly involved in the senator's care told CNN exclusively. The doctors spoke directly to CNN Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta.

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