Diagnosed With Cancer Twice, 13-Year-Old Continues Courageous FightAt 13, nearly three years into her cancer fight, Katie girl has the heart, soul, and composure that far exceeds her years.
Wednesday's Warriors: Ryan Mims UpdateRyan Mims is in a war that will have many battles and he just won one this week!
Wednesday's Warriors: Ryan MimsThree-year-old Ryan's spirit and courage help keep his parents calm.
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.
Wednesday's Warriors: Chris HalesHales let CBS11 come along during his chemotherapy treatment.
Wednesday's Warriors: Teen Fights Leukemia, Earns Full Ride To HarvardMaria Perez Franco is fighting through leukemia and has earned a scholarship to Harvard.
Wednesday's Warriors: Lemonade For LLSA brother and sister in Southlake are selling lemonade to raise money for leukemia research.
"Big D Climb” Has Participants Racing 52 Flights Of StairsNorth Texas' biggest stair climb gets underway Saturday morning with Dallas' police chief taking part. Those participating in “The Big D Climb” will ‘race’ up 52 flights of stairs… that's exactly 1,040 steps.
Cancer Survivor's Lemonade Stand Helps Other Kids3 year-old Culter Fricke is now cancer free after a 2 year battle with leukemia. Now, his family is selling lemonade to help other kids fighting the disease.
'Amazing' Therapy Wipes Out Leukemia In StudyScientists are reporting the first clear success with a new approach for treating leukemia -- turning the patients' own blood cells into assassins that hunt and destroy their cancer cells.
Other Dreams Realized As Former Mavs Player Battles CancerAs the Dallas Mavericks work to fend off the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals, a former Mavs player continues to fight a different kind of enemy - cancer. And, he's done it all supported by his Mavericks teammates.
Crandall Boy Finishes Best Friend's Donation ProjectCody Struck and Tre Vinson became friends in the first grade. “We were really good friends from the start,” said Cody. It didn't seem to matter Tre was often sick.