Health: Want To Help Fight Cancer? Nat’l Organization Looking For Help From Healthy People In Our Area
The fight against cancer is ramping up and now a national organization is looking for your help.
CBSNews is reporting that Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez has died following treatment for cancer.
Ovarian cancer is a very frustrating cancer to treat because there are symptoms of this cancer but they are not easy to pinpoint – they are vague symptoms.
The researchers were able to create what they call an “immunity passport” – a particular protein found in the body that is attached to a foreign object placed into the body.
An experimental treatment CHOP might just be able to save a 5 year old’s life.
Councilman Bill Greenlee says the case last year of a Nutley, New Jersey mother accused of putting her daughter inside a tanning booth was only the most prominent incident of what he believes is a growing problem.
It is called a patient portal. It is a government requirement for doctors and hospitals to distribute records and data from hospital admissions for patients. It sounds good, but it may not be.
One of the most complicated words in medicine describes a process that has dramatic impact on our body. It’s called angiogenesis.
A WWE superstar visited a seven year-old cancer patient, and made his dream come true.
A new way to freeze away cancer and a first in Philadelphia. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl is here with exclusive details on the minimally invasive treatment.
Lance Armstrong was looked at as an inspiration to many, and the demise of his athletic career and his decision to step down as chairman of Livestrong is generating a lot of discussion and opinions.
It turns out that Mitt Romney made millions and saved the company he was running by peddling cigarettes in the former Soviet Union and in the United States in the early 90s.
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with leukemia and could miss at least Sunday’s game against Green Bay.
Marv Kessler, a wisecracking basketball guru who preached the fundamentals of the game in a half-century career that spanned high school, college and the NBA, has died.
Former U.S. senator and Hodgkin’s disease survivor Arlen Specter is battling non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.