Health Alert: Task Force Releases Breast Cancer Screening RecommendationsWhen women should begin having mammograms has been a hot topic of conversation in recent years, mainly due to changing – and sometimes conflicting – guidelines.
Child With Rare Cancer Recovers In Time For ThanksgivingA 3-year old who has undergone more than a year of cancer treatment is getting out just in time for Thanksgiving.
Show Of Support For Volleyball Coach Stricken With CancerThe South Florida volleyball community is serving up support for cancer-stricken coach Mauricio Diaz.
CEO To Lower Drug Price After Intense Backlash To HikeThe man who upped the price of a lifesaving drug by more than 4,000 percent is now back-tracking a bit.
Jimmy Carter To Undergo Radiation For Cancer On His Brain Former President Jimmy Carter held a press conference Thursday morning at the Carter Center in Atlanta to discuss his recent cancer diagnosis and revealed he will immediately begin radiation treatment.
Dolphins Announce Changes To Dolphins Cycling ChallengeThe Miami Dolphins are putting a new name on its biggest fundraiser of the year. The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is now called the Dolphins Cancer Challenge in order to emphasize the team’s commitment to fighting cancer.
Sen. Bill Nelson’s Office Says He’s Now Cancer FreeFollowing prostate surgery last week, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson has been informed he’s cancer free, the senator’s office says.
Focus On South Florida: Paddle For CharityCharlie Howden is a sailor and paddler.
Mother Of 3 Battles Cancer After Fiance's DeathIt was a family portrait that Jessica Strohauer-McCabe dreamed of, then suddenly her entire world changed.
Cyclists Ride From Miami To Disney For "Live Like Bella" FundraiserA group of South Florida cyclists is heading to Orlando in memory of a young girl who fought a long, courageous battle against cancer.
Bella's Legacy Paves Way For Memorable Bike Ride To DisneyIt’s been almost two years since Bella Rodriguez-Torres, a girl whose battle with cancer brought a community together, passed away.
Community Continues To Help Student With Rare Cancer The South Florida community is coming together to help a 23-year old student denied coverage for his cancer treatment.