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Golden Globe winner Christine Kaufmann dies in Germany
Christine Kaufmann, an Austrian-born actor who became the country's first Golden Globe winner and was married to Tony Curtis in the 1960s, has died
Michigan man publishes obituary while still alive
A Michigan man has published his own obituary and scheduled his own memorial service after stopping cancer treatment
Police officer grants dying woman’s wish to visit beach one last time
A New Jersey woman battling leukemia got her dying wish, thanks to a police officer who helped her enjoy the beach one last time. Patricia Kelly was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia back in December, just a few days after Christmas , and octors gave the Burlington City, New Jersey woman only
Police help fulfill dying woman's wish to see beach one last time
Pat Kelly, who was diagnosed with terminal acute leukemia, had a final wish to see the ocean, so the Ship Bottom Police Department escorted her to the shore in Long Beach Island, New Jersey.
9-year-old with leukemia meets US soccer stars
Ashlyn Brysiak met Alex Morgan and the U.S. women's national soccer team in Washington, D.C.
9-year-old with leukemia gets wish to meet US soccer stars
Ashlyn Brysiak, 9, has played soccer her entire life. When she was diagnosed with leukemia last June, Ashlyn, of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, drew inspiration through countless rounds of chemotherapy and painful procedures from her heroes: the members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team. Alex
4-Year-Old Girl Fighting for Her Life Shares Song to Inspire Everyone
Leah, born with a rare blood disease and overcoming two bone marrow transplants, sings "Overcomer" to millions of listeners.
Children and Refugees Who Planned Medical Care in the U.S. Stuck After Trump Executive Order
Refugees and children in need of medical treatment are among the thousands affected after Donald Trump issued an executive order to largely ban travelers from seven majority Muslim nations. In Jordan, at least 20 refugees from Syria and Iraq with serious medical conditions are waiting to see if
9-Year-Old With Terminal Cancer's Travel Dreams Fulfilled
The family of a young girl with terminal brain cancer is carrying out her wishes to "see the world." "She has talked about a lot of different vacation spots," mom Stacie Brill, 34, told ABC News. "She said, 'We can go anywhere, even Hawaii!' She's so undecided because she doesn't know what she
Three living members of 2017 Hall of Fame class reflect on good times and bad
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The three living inductees in the five-member 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame class can look at moments in their careers and think about how they could have had much shorter stays in NASCAR. Mark Martin failed in his first attempt at a NASCAR Cup ride and returned to the American Speed