Nurse Nancy Pellegrino joined us on Good Day LA to discuss skin cancer and the importance of checking your moles.
Peter Seidler, a third-generation member of the O’Malley family who used to own the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers, was a two-time cancer survivor.
Tower Cancer Research Foundation in West Hollywood is honoring cancer survivors with "Magnolia Monday."
Amanda Salas introduces us to a young cancer survivor.
A local nonprofit exists to help women battling cancer.
Chemical hair straighteners or “relaxers," which are often marketed to Black women, have been linked to a number of short-term and long-term health risks, including uterine cancer.
Manhattan internal medicine specialist breaks down recommendations — and shares why it's key to find disease in early stagesn
The upcoming Malibu triathlon takes on a special meaning for some athletes who are competing for a cause.
The Local Hearts Foundation recently celebrated some childhood cancer patients and their families in Long Beach for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month. Daniel Broukhim is a Lymphoma Survivor who donated over $200,000 to City of Hope after they saved his life.
There's one lesson Traci Green thinks is critical - listen to your body.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave shares her story about her battle with skin cancer and urgers viewers to see a dermatologist once a year.
Nathan Gallups was just past three years old when he was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. He was cancer free for years, before it came back. But thanks to a new treatment, Nathan is in remission again.
Scott Borden is honoring his late mother through the arts.
It was only last year when supermodel Linda Evangelista revealed she had secluded herself from the public for half a decade due to deformities she says were caused by CoolSculpting, an FDA-approved procedure known to freeze fat.
Madisyn Damas isn’t letting her diagnosis stop her from smiling and is sharing her story to help others. Her mom advises parents who notice their children having bizarre symptoms or unique sensations to get checked "just to be on the safe side."
About 10,000 children in the US will be diagnosed this year. Good Day LA's Amanda Salas shares Madi Damas' story.
The increase in early-onset cancers is likely associated with the increasing incidence of obesity as well as changes in environmental exposures, study authors noted.
Aspartame – one of the most common artificial sweeteners in the world – is slated to be declared a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer research agency next month, according to a report.
Cancer survivor and FOX 11 entertainment reporter Amanda Salas takes us to the City of Hope Blood Donation Center. Get more information at IDonateBlood4Hope.org.