The national champion runner had chronicled her battle with metastatic cancer while inspiring others.
The insurance company refused to cover a type of radiation therapy for Orrana Cunningham, who had nasopharyngeal cancer.
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It's about time.
Alex R. Hibbert is the future.
We have witnessed incredible advances in technology and connectivity over the past 20 years, particularly during President
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Medical research isn't top of mind for most Americans, whether it's a presidential election cycle or not. I understand why. We think it's something that just gets done. When we picture medical research, we picture a scientist in a white coat somewhere looking at cells under a microscope. We know it will take years for that cell to become a medicine to become a treatment to become a cure. I
McDermott knows first hand what a cancer diagnosis is like. His wife survived a bout with breast cancer but his mother died
For me, cancer is personal; given the statistics, it’s likely to be personal for all of us.
From growth hacking to everyday life hacks, hacking essentially means finding unique and clever ways to solve a meaningful problem. And while hacking goes a long way in the world of tech, Silicon Valley's tech community is now focused on hacking an even larger problem -- cancer.
Caligiuri is also the American Association for Cancer Research president-elect for 2016-2017. He believes more research dollars
A Grieving Father's Invitation To Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton To Discuss Childhood Cancer As A National Priority
Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton your children are adults now, living in a world where the incidence rates of cancer continue to rise. I believe that by placing greater emphasis on childhood cancer we can make a significant impact on all cancer as a whole. Isn't it worth an hour of our time?