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The “Jeopardy” host opened up to the public about how his fight against stage 4 pancreatic cancer is going.
The "Jeopardy!" host expressed confidence in being around for a second year, too.
After undergoing surgery and a course of chemotherapy, Julie Walters said she was doing "really well."
These books will help your kid understand the disease, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond.
The conservative radio host says he'll miss some episodes while he receives treatment.
“The aggressive surgical plan was my best shot at preventing a cancer recurrence after discovering my nasty BRCA1 gene mutation during my shocking cancer diagnosis as a healthy, 30-year-old woman.”
"If I choose to have a child, I am taking a greater risk of potentially subjecting my child to deep grief."
The singer is speaking publicly for the first time about her mother Andrea's most recent diagnosis.
Sometimes well-intentioned comments make grief worse. Here's what to avoid and what to say.
President Donald Trump tried to take credit for cancer deaths going down during his administration but the American Cancer Society said he was wrong.
The president actually pushed for a major funding cut for the National Institutes of Health, which would take $1 billion from the National Cancer Institute.
The 86-year-old Supreme Court justice has beaten the disease four times since her appointment and remains as resilient as ever.
Wurtzel, who had breast cancer, gave new breath to the memoir and was a new voice for those struggling with clinical depression and addiction.
The longtime “Jeopardy!” host and the Georgia Democrat are both undergoing treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
“I am ready for the fight," the civil rights icon told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Alex Trebek choked up after a contestant used his final jeopardy answer to pay tribute to the game show host.
The regulator proposes that manufacturers use "black box" warnings to detail the potential risks of breast implants, including rare cancers.
The news was announced on Monday's broadcast of "Hardball."
Riggs, a neuropsychologist and mom of three, died two days after being diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer, according to her obituary.