Most recently, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, announced on Jan. 21 that she was diagnosed with skin cancer just a month after receiving breast cancer treatments.
Toby Keith’s death has renewed the spotlight on stomach cancer, which is the fifth most common cancer in the world.
The debate over medical aid in dying has once again hit the Minnesota legislature. We heard from those people involved in the fight on Sunday.
Colorectal cancer is now among the leading causes of cancer deaths for young adults, according to a new report from the American Cancer Society (ACS).
A recent study from Stanford University has revealed a concerning connection between wildfires and the release of chromium 6, a known cancer-causing agent.
Tom Smothers, half of the Smothers Brothers and the co-host of one of the most socially conscious and groundbreaking television shows in the history of the medium, has died at 86.
James McCaffrey, the voice behind the "Max Payne" video games, has died at 65.
A clinical trial underway at the Allina Health Cancer Institute is using artificial intelligence to diagnose cancer.
Chemical hair straighteners or “relaxers," which are often marketed to Black women, have been linked to a number of short-term and long-term health risks, including uterine cancer.
Every year, the Hastings High School Volleyball Booster Club helps a family that has been impacted by cancer. Now the family that received this year's donation is paying it forward.
Manhattan internal medicine specialist breaks down recommendations — and shares why it's key to find disease in early stagesn
While one in three Americans will be diagnosed with some form of cancer in their lifetime, studies have shown a higher risk is tied to family history. FOX 9’s Courtney Godfrey has the personal story of one woman saved through genetic testing.
It is a difficult subject to talk about -- end-of-life care and giving terminally ill patients medical aid in dying. Some DFL lawmakers are pushing legislation at the Capitol to make Minnesota a state where, under specific circumstances, a person suffering from disease could end their own life with medical assistance.
Clint Swanson was diagnosed with an aggressive and rare form of brain cancer in May last year. After trying treatment in the U.S., a friend referred him to a clinic in Mexico specializing in cancer treatments, and Swanson says the results were unbelievable.
A cancer-killing pill has scientists excited that they may have found the "holy grail" when it comes to cancer research.
The staff at Farmington city hall have been in the middle of a massive fundraising campaign, as several top city leaders commit to walk 24 hours straight to raise money for cancer.
Aspartame – one of the most common artificial sweeteners in the world – is slated to be declared a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization's (WHO) cancer research agency next month, according to a report.
After decades of limited success, scientists say research has reached a turning point, with many predicting more vaccines will be out in five years.
The "Beverly Hills, 90210" star shared videos of her undergoing a CT scan and finding out her cancer had spread. "The turmoil….. the timing of it all…. This is what cancer can look like."
Oncologists in the U.K. have developed an AI model to help predict whether aggressive forms of breast cancer will spread based on changes in a patient’s lymph nodes.