A six-year-old Frisco boy has captured the heart of the community. While battling cancer friends, neighbors, acquaintances and many who don’t even know him have been fighting to pay some of his medical bills.
Resting in the hospital, Zach Guillot is not happy. This is be the second time that the first-grader will undergo chemotherapy for a rare type of leukemia.
The experimental stem cell procedure that Governor Rick Perry underwent this summer could be restricted or even blocked under new rules.
After finishing an interview with CBS 11, Danny Grimes left for work. That’s when his life made a turn for the worst.
Scientists 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.
Micaela White is the girl who has it all; a graduate of Ursuline Academy with plans to attend The University of Oklahoma. Micaela White is also the girl who’s been through it all.
As 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.
In the fall of 2009, residents asked the state to investigate whether there was a cancer cluster in Flower Mound. The final report has been released.
It was an unlikely place to find grace. In the parking lot of an Oak Cliff Sonic restaurant Sunday afternoon, there were tricked out low-rider cars, rappers and tattoo artists.
Mary Lewis has refused to leave Children’s Medical Center of Dallas since New Year’s Day. She’s there all day every day by her daughter Brianna’s bedside. “I haven’t stepped foot outside. It’s been 22 days and I haven’t left and I’m not going to.”
Avarie Giles, 6, carries a little stuffed duck with her everywhere. His name is Donor Duck, and he’s a reminder of the gift that saved her life.