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The Oscar-winning actor stars in a new Stand Up To Cancer campaign aimed at educating Black and Latino people about colorectal cancer.
When Erica Campbell, age 35, was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin lymphoma, she could barely stand.
Retired schoolteacher Michael Kovarik, 64, lives with his partner on their farm in
Greenwich, New York. He has metastatic breast cancer.
Since her mother died of pancreatic cancer, actress Keesha Sharp wants to teach others about the robust research on the disease’s treatment.
Ann Ogden Gaffney never set out to launch a cooking website for people living with cancer.
“This is the fight of our lives, and we will never stop working to end this disease,” the first lady told the National Cancer Institute.
Blue Faery’s “Love Your Liver” 28-day video campaign raises awareness of liver cancer and overall liver health.
Jamil Rivers, 42, is the board president of METAvivor, a nonprofit breast cancer organization.
Her new foundation advocates for kinder therapies to fight the disease.
The actress says she’s got much more to do.
The Healthcare Anchor Network declares it is undeniable.
Virtual vigils will take place daily from October 4 to 11, starting with a National Day of Remembrance.
Brown, formerly known as “the Berlin Patient,” died at his home surrounded by his partner and friends.
Two-time breast cancer survivor Donna Hopkins lost a lower leg to amputation, but this die-hard athlete just won’t stop moving.
Trevor Maxwell shares why he formed Man Up to Cancer in the midst of his cancer battle.
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