Since her mother was diagnosed with cancer, Geysa has had one goal – make her mother laugh.
She decided to forgo chemotherapy and use cupping and acupuncture instead.
About a decade ago, a doctor told me I had a 50-50 chance of dying from ovarian cancer. Here's what I remember from the year when I lived, instead.
Surviving Stage IV breast cancer has made me appreciate exactly what I can — and can’t — control when it comes to my own body.
This man proves angels are real.
The 17-year-old is still under protective care of the state, and will remain in the hospital until lawyers can convince the court to send her home to her family.
Despite his prognosis, Dave Benton says he is at peace.
He, also, has an amazing mustache.
When Emily Helck began treatment for breast cancer last September, she started taking a picture of herself every week. What she created was an incredibly moving document of her journey.
...after four rounds of chemotherapy to treat his Hodgkin's lymphoma. Editor's note: go get that tissue.