Research Finds Talc Doesn't Cause Cancer; Juries DisagreeTwo lawsuits ended in jury verdicts worth $127 million. Two others were tossed out by a judge who said there wasn't reliable evidence that the talc in baby powder causes ovarian cancer. So who's right?
Wednesday's Warriors: Candice Stinnett Once is bad enough but one North Texas mother fought cancer three time
Blood Cancer Awareness MonthApproximately every three minutes, one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. An estimated 1,237,824 people in the U.S. are either living with or are in remission from leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma.
DPD Officer Wears More Than A Badge And A GunSergeant Greg Epley wears a badge, carries a gun and police radio, but he is likely the only Dallas Police officer who heads to work wearing a feeding tube as well.
Wednesday's Warriors: Malena BrownWhen you're a teenager, there's a lot going on in your life. School, sports, clubs... but for Malena Brown, her whole world stopped, in an instant, when the doctor said, "You have leukemia."
LSU's Tiger Mascot 'Mike' Will Not Take The Field This SeasonDiagnosed with cancer, LSU's live tiger mascot, Mike VI, won't take the field during home football games this season but will remain in his habitat instead.
TNT's Craig Sager Hangs Tough In Leukemia BattleAn IV pole holds the stem cells Craig Sager is counting on to save his life. He cradled the tube, watching the crimson liquid drip, drip, drip in perfect cadence into his cancer-stricken body.
Wednesday's Warriors: Max HinojosaIn this week's Wednesday's Warriors, we visit with the Hinojosa family of Dallas and a little boy named Max who has blood cancer.
Young Texas Bride To Marry H.S. Sweetheart Before Entering HospiceIn sickness and health – they are marriage vows that many consider sacred and two North Texas high school sweethearts have already taken them… even though they won't tie the knot until next month.
Study: Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water Of 6 Million AmericansAccording to a new report, more than 6 million Americans are drinking water laced with unsafe levels of chemicals linked with cancer and other illnesses.
Bristol-Myers Drug Fails Lung Cancer Study, Shares PlungeA blockbuster cancer treatment failed in a key study as the drug's maker, Bristol-Myers Squibb, attempts to extend its usage to lung cancer patients.
Wednesday's Warriors: Doug's Team Just Shy Of $85K GoalNineteen weeks have passed since the Leukemia And Lymphoma Society humbled me with the selection to represent those fighting blood cancer, by competing at this year’s Ironman World Championship.