The FDA is requesting an immediate recall on over-the-counter ranitidine.
Daniel fought courageously against colon cancer since he was diagnosed in May of 2017.
Michele Schambach received a message in the snow from her daughter while undergoing care at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
Eisai Inc. is voluntarily pulling Belviq, a weight-loss drug, at the request of the FDA.
All three of Angie and Aaron Rush’s sons have been diagnosed with the same rare form of eye cancer, called retinoblastoma.
The “Beverly Hills, 90210” alum revealed Tuesday that her cancer has returned and is now stage four.
John Andretti, a member of one of auto racing's most famous families and the first driver to attempt the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's 600-mile race in North Carolina on the same day, has died. He was 56 and had spent the last three years battling colon cancer.
Taylor Swift says her mother was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor while undergoing cancer treatment.
Within just minutes you could learn if you have bladder cancer thanks to a technique used at USC medical center.
One California community joined forces to help a young child fighting for his life.
An ESPN reporter who died in December 2019 after contracting pneumonia had Stage IV cancer, according to his fiancé.
A little boy in Ohio received a standing ovation from his elementary school classmates after they learned he beat cancer.
An Indiana couple held their wedding ceremony at the hospital so the bride's dying father could be with them.
Researchers on Wednesday reported the largest-ever one-year decline in the U.S. cancer death rate, a drop they credited to advances in lung-tumor treatments.
Mikey Choroszy died of terminal brain cancer while on a Make-A-Wish trip to the Mall of America.
A group of 13 women gave a Wisconsin waitress a $1,300 trip after she battled cancer alongside her sister.
In Dec. 2018, Freeport Police Chief Raymond Garivey met 7-year-old Abigail Arias, and she revealed to him that she wanted to be a police officer when she grew up. He wasted no time, and made sure the little girl got her wish.
A young man who is the only person in the U.S. to reach stage four of an aggressive and rare form of brain cancer has dedicated his final days to helping others.
Gabe's treatments for lymphoblastic leukemia haven't worked and he's relapsed three times. On Thanksgiving, his parents made the decision it was time to shift course and start focusing on Gabe's quality of life for the time he has left. So while Gabe may have taken his first steps in the hospital, his parents intend for him to "find the joy" outside of it.
A father, mother and their 17-year-old son are all battling different forms of cancer at the same time. They say they are relying on their faith to keep going.