American Airlines Inviting Public To Add Names To Plane For Cancer ResearchFort Worth-based American Airlines is offering a unique opportunity for the public to donate money toward cancer research and recognize a loved one impacted by the disease.
North Texas Cancer Patient Marries Long-Time Love Of His Life In Hospital Room: 'I Would Be A Fool To Let Her Go'When the Medical City Arlington Neurotrauma ICU nursing team heard the couple had planned a May 17 wedding in Grand Prairie that couldn't happen now, they threw the could a bedside wedding.
Pediatric Cancer Patients Excited To Model At Annual Gala: 'It's Really Priceless To Have This Opportunity'The Children's Cancer Fund annual gala raises more than $1 million a year for pediatric cancer research. This year, the stars of the show are young runway models who got the red carpet treatment.
Southwest Employee Goes Above And Beyond For Cancer PatientThe internet is going crazy over a Southwest Airlines employee who went above and beyond to help a woman she never met before.
Fort Worth Firefighters Give Young Cancer Patient Day To RememberFour-year-old Sailor is a cancer patient who loves fire trucks and firefighters.
Cancer Patient Receives First Penis Transplant In USA Boston hospital says a cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the United States.
Local Business Keeps Things 'Sparkly' For Women Battling CancerFor the past 10 years Debbie Sardone has been out to achieve one mission with her non-profit organization Cleaning for A Reason -- providing free house cleaning services to women battling cancer.
Arrest Made In Shooting Death Of 15-Yr Old Duncanville Cancer PatientAn arrest has been made in Duncanville after a 15-year-old boy suffering from cancer was gunned down in his driveway.
Camp iHope Helping North Texas Kids Deal With CancerA unique North Texas summer camp is giving hope and helping kids fight cancer at the same time. Camp iHope was started at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas. The idea is to help sick kids temporarily forget their difficult reality.