Pulling Together: Boy Bravely Confronts Cancer Diagnosis -- TwiceRhabdomyosarcoma. It's a big name for a cancer that impacts young children. An eight-year-old boy, confronted with that diagnosis, bravely fought this disease while never giving up.
North Texas Family Credits Cancer Research For Daughter Being Cancer-FreeThe last two years have been a struggle for the Duncans. Their daughter, Caroline was diagnosed with cancer on her 3rd birthday.
Study: Bacon Linked To Causing CancerDelicious as bacon may be, the popular breakfast food has been linked to causing various types of cancer. 
FDA Clears First 'Living Drug' For Tough Childhood LeukemiaThe FDA has approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood cells to seek and destroy childhood leukemia.
UTSW Researchers Testing New Drug For When Breast Cancer Comes BackAn exciting new development in the world of breast cancer research is happening right here in North Texas.
New Frontier In Cancer Care: Turning Blood Into Living DrugsImmune therapy is the hottest trend in cancer care and this is its next frontier — creating "living drugs" that grow inside the body into an army that seeks and destroys tumors.
Children's Cancer Fund Holds Annual GalaThe 29th annual Children's Cancer Fund Gala was held Friday, April 21 in Dallas and featured guests such as Dallas Cowboys' Troy Aikman and Dak Prescott.
North Texans Spin Their Wheels To Raise Money For Cancer ResearchNorth Texans biked for hours in order to raise money to support the "Wheel To Survive" fundraiser for cancer research.
Troy Aikman Talks About "Melanoma Just Got Personal" InitiativeTroy Aikman won three Super Bowl titles during his 12-year career as a quarterback with the Dallas Cowboys. Now, the Pro Football Hall of Famer is hoping to help people learn more about the treatment and prevention of melanoma skin cancer.
"Wipe Out Kids Cancer" Makes Strides In Cancer ResearchNon-profit, Wipe Out Kids Cancer, raises funds to help aid in cancer research.
Revolutionary Prostate Cancer Research At North Texas UniversityProstate cancer impacts some 200,000 American men every year. But, fascinating research happening right here in North Texas could one day provide new options for early detection and treatment.