When Michael's 5-year-old golden retriever was diagnosed with lymphoma, his heart was "broken into a million pieces." Desperate to have more time with his best friend, Michael opted to pursue chemo treatments. Was it the right thing to do?Read Full Story
Instead of overlooking common symptoms, such as sore throat and unexplained pain, know that they could be more serious than you think. That's the thought behind a new survey that identified how people perceive cancerous and non-cancerous symptoms.Read Full Story
We have all loved someone with cancer. Everyone either knows someone suffering from cancer or who has died from cancer. What's worse is when it's a child with this disease. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to 80 percent since they opened 50 years ago.Read Full Story
It's easy to thank your lucky stars that you have a healthy child, but it doesn't do much in the way of dousing my strong desire to do something to help kids with cancers like leukemia. So, instead of sitting on my rear, I challenge you to join me as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month wraps up with these butt-kicking ways to join the fight against childhood cancer.Read Full Story
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