Clinical Trials News
Mom refuses brain tumor trial to save unborn baby
Carrie Deklyen is currently 21 weeks pregnant and on a ventilator and feeding tube. Her family says she chose to delay her own treatments for a life-threatening tumor to save her unborn baby. Now, they wait. Deklyen, 37, started having headaches in April. After the Wyoming, Michigan, mom woke up
'GMA' Hot List: Robin Roberts opens up about when she was diagnosed with breast cancer
Plus, the "GMA" anchors discuss if emojis are acceptable in work emails, and Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts snap a "prom" photo.
Resources for Suicide Prevention, Mental Illness Concerns, Helping Parents Cope
As part of a "20/20" report airing on Friday, Aug. 4, we wanted to provide viewers with information about suicide prevention and other resources for mental health concerns or for those who are interested in learning more: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Trained crisis workers are
FDA endorses groundbreaking cancer treatment
The first-of-its-kind treatment, which uses a patient's own genes to battle the disease, was unanimously approved by a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) panel.
How smartphone apps can be used to track your health
ABC News' Kayna Whitworth reports on new apps that can be used to help people manage and collect information about chronic illnesses.
How gene testing can prevent breast cancer at the earliest stages
ABC News' Linsey Davis reports on a vaccine researchers are looking into with the hopes that it can prevent certain types of breast cancer before they even start.
Neighborhood holds Halloween party in May for boy with rare condition
A California boy received an early birthday present on Sunday, when his neighborhood celebrated his favorite fall holiday five months early. Carter Sarkar suffers from Sanfilippo syndrome, a rare metabolism disorder in which the body cannot break down sugar molecules. There is no cure, and Carter’s
More than 200,000 pounds of Nathan's and Curtis brand hot dogs are being recalled
thanks the patients, nurses, and physicians involved in opdivo clinical trials. Back now with our index and the dramatic images inside the line of fire for police. Body camera footage shows officer in Mayfield, New York, responding to a doe mennist Vick lens. The officer barricaded himself inside.
Why the 'exercise pill' isn't likely to eliminate the gym any time soon
Recent headlines touting the benefits of an "exercise pill" have teased the idea that it could be possible to skip the gym and stay fit. But a new study released this month, which takes a closer look at how the drug GW501516 acts on the body's metabolism, shows the alleged benefits aren't all that
Doctor works to create cancer-fighting video game in honor of late patient
In the hours before her 11-year-old daughter passed away, Dr. Lisa Amato said she made her a promise. “The conversation I had with Kate that day -- and the conversation I still have in my heart with her -- is that her loving, kind, beautiful spirit is going to stay lit,” Amato told ABC News. “I am