US Cancer Rate Continues To DeclineHealth advocates are celebrating a medical milestone. The number of Americans dying from cancer is dropping.
Boy Fighting Cancer Treated To ‘Monster’-Sized ThrillMonster Trucks are loud, over-the-top machines that can't help but capture a kid's wonder. But that can be tough when the road's been rocky. Will Krispin is barely 5, and he’s battling cancer.
U Doctor Examining How Laser Brain Surgery Affects Peoples' LivesA doctor at the University of Minnesota is digging deeper into what happens to a patient after surgery for a brain tumor.
Norm Coleman Advocates For HPV Vaccine Amid Cancer BattleFormer Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman said his cancer is caused by the HPV virus and is encouraging people to look into the vaccine that can help prevent it.
'I'm Not Going To Sleep At Night In Fear': Norm Coleman Discusses Cancer BattleFormer Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman has cancer again. This time, it's in its most advanced stage, but he is remarkably upbeat describing it. But he's fighting it head-on. For 35 years, Coleman was committed to public service. Now, the former lawmaker sees his condition as a new way to contribute.
Man Faked Cancer, Spent $14K+ In Funds Raised On His Behalf"He took the money. He spent the money on drugs, video games, alcohol, whatever he felt like. And he wasn't sick."
American, Japanese Researchers Win Nobel Prize For Cancer ResearchThe Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded Monday to two researchers from the United States and Japan for advances in discovering how the body's immune system can fight off the scourge of cancer.
Love Your Melon Opens New Minneapolis StudioLove Your Melon opened the doors of its first brick-and-mortar studio on Saturday in Minneapolis.
Baby Poop 'Cocktail' May Help Fight Cancer, Researchers ClaimA team of scientists is claiming that baby poop contains beneficial bacteria that can be turned into a cancer-fighting "cocktail."
UMN Study: Socioeconomic Status Affects Childhood Cancer Survival RatesA new study from the University of Minnesota says socioeconomic status can account for the racial and ethnic survival disparity for some types of childhood cancer.
After Teacher With Cancer Runs Out Of Sick Days, Coworkers Gave Him TheirsTeachers, staff members, administrators and even lunchroom workers who pay into the Florida retirement system transferred 75 sick days to Goodman.