Megan Wagner celebrates 15 month clear scans

11-year-old Megan Wagner's 15 month scans were clear! FOX 9 has followed Megan's cancer journey for the past few years, as the huge Gopher fan battles Osteosarcoma. Megan and her family, from Maple Grove, started an organization dedicated to promoting reading while raising funds for pediatric cancer research at the University of Minnesota. Visit reading4research.org for more information.

Making an impact against ovarian cancer

There is no early detection test for ovarian cancer and the symptoms often mimic other common problems. That’s why the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance or MOCA works to raise awareness each September. Mary Pat Oslund, an ovarian cancer survivor and co-chair of MOCA’s HOM Teal Strides for Ovarian Cancer event, joined the FOX 9 Morning News to share what women need to know and how you can get involved all month long.

Light the Night - how LLS is taking on AML, the deadliest of blood cancers

The Morning Buzz is partnering with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to raise awareness to help cure blood cancers. A big mission right now is to find new treatments for the most deadly, Acute Myeloid Leukemia or AML. The Buzz got a chance to speak with LLS's Dr. Amy Burd about the new research underway and also Terri Oakes, who's family experienced the disease firsthand.

Fighting childhood cancer - how you can support LLS in their mission to find cures

The FOX 9 Buzz is partnering with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help raise funds to cure blood cancers. A big focus for LLS right now is taking on pediatric cancers. Abby Breyfogle joined the Buzz with more on her family's story of tragedy and triumphant, and how you can join the fight through next month's Light the Night virtual event.