10 Years After Terminal Diagnosis, Minn. Man Still Beating OddsDoctors gave him 18 months to live when they discovered he had a brain tumor. Now, 10 years later, Brian Shea of Little Falls is still beating the odds.
'Cancer Avatars' Giving Hope To PatientsResearchers at Mayo Clinic are conducting a groundbreaking clinical study that uses a patient's own cancer cells and placing them in an "avatar."
After Losing Wife To Cancer, Fmr. NFL Linebacker Visits With PatientsFormer NFL linebacker Chris Draft's wife Keasha lost her battle to lung cancer a month after the couple were married.
'I Can Do Anything': Teen Who Beat Cancer Celebrates With DoctorAfter a five year battle, a teenager from Shakopee marked a year of good health with her doctor. But this time, they were out of the hospital room.
After Beating Skin Cancer, Mother Shares Story As Warning To OthersMelanoma is the most often talked about type of skin cancer, and it can be fatal, but basal cell carcinoma is the most common kind.
Doctors At Mayo Clinic Using Viruses To Fight CancerDoctors at Mayo Clinic are using deadly viruses to fight a deadly disease.
Nonprofit Transforms Bedrooms Of Sick ChildrenChildren battling cancer have a new angel in their corner, helping bring smiles to their faces.
Kylie's Kids: Meet ParkerThere are a lot of adults calling the shots in children's hospitals, but there is also a group of kids, all former patients who also help shape the hospital's practices. One of those is Kylie's Kid Parker.
U Of M Conference Offers Comfort To Cancer SurvivorsIt sounds like it would be one of the best things you could ever hear -- "You are now cancer-free." But for many, life after cancer isn't as idyllic as it sounds.
Healing Humor: Minnesota Comedian Talks Surviving Colon CancerThere's nothing funny about cancer... unless you are a comedian who's also a cancer survivor. Brenda Elsagher, a Twin Cities comedian, is traveling the country and spreading the word about the importance of getting screened for colon cancer.
Study: Families Of Cancer Patients Prefer At-Home End-Of-Life CareA new study of more than 2000 terminal cancer patients in Japan finds those who chose to die at home lived significantly longer than those who spent their final days at a hospital.
Kylie's Kids: Meet Travis & HunterThis month at Masonic Children's Hospital, there was a special meeting between Travis Moore, who had cancer 20 years ago and Hunter, who's fighting it today.