A major designer came to South Florida for a major cause.
A South Florida girl who turned to the community to find a bone marrow donor in a fight for her life has taken a turn for the worse.
It’s World Cancer Day today. It’s a day to debunk the four biggest myths about cancer. Those myths are: We don’t need to talk about cancer, there are no signs or symptoms, there’s nothing I can do about cancer and I don’t have the right to cancer care.
Hundreds of cancer survivors and patients are cycling through Miami Saturday to raise money for rare cancer research.
A South Florida girl in the fight for her life is turning to the community to find a bone marrow donor.
If you knew your time left on earth was numbered what would you do with the days you had left?
At just 10-years-old, Bella Rodriguez-Torres managed to inspire thousands with her smile and positive attitude despite a tumultuous battle with cancer. Bella passed away in May, but today—on her birthday—her name and spirit lives on in the hearts of many.
You can count on wildlife expert and Zoo Miami spokesman Ron Magill for three things: Having some kind of wild creature in his arms, or around his neck, speaking excitedly about animals, and being outside in the sun.
Breast cancer, according to the Cancer Society, is the most common cancer among American women, except for skin cancers. Saturday, hundreds of teams will walk around Marlins Park with the common goal of helping to find a cure.
For those women, and men, who have come in contact with the scary diagnosis of breast cancer, there is now a program out to help improve their post-operative lifestyle.