Liver Cancer News
Muhammad Ali: Boxers Who Fought 'The Greatest'
One of the greatest fighters in the history of boxing, Muhammad Ali retired in 1981 after losing to Trevor Berbick in his 61st career bout. Here's a look some of the boxers Ali fought throughout his career. Sonny Liston The brash, underdog, Ali promised boxing fans he'd "float like a butterfly,
The Remarkable Cancer Treatment That Helped Jimmy Carter Combat Brain Tumor
Just months after finding out he had metastatic cancer, former President Jimmy Carter announced this weekend that his doctors have said he no longer needs cancer treatment thanks in part to a groundbreaking new kind of medication that trains the immune system to fight cancer tumors. Carter
Past National Spelling Bee Champs, All Grown Up, Share What Life After Winning Is Like
Tonight, a member or two could be added to the National Spelling Bee Champions list, a special group that counts fewer than 100 members since the first contest 90 years ago. And the young winner or co-winners will inevitably be in the national limelight for the next few weeks after winning the
NFL Player Escorts Cancer-Stricken Teen to High School Prom
Jacksonville Jaguars player Sen'Derrick Marks took 18-year-old Khamayea Jennings to her senior prom, thanks to a non-profit that set up the date.
NFL Player Sen’Derrick Marks Takes Cancer Patient Khameyea Jennings to Senior Prom
An NFL player turned Prince Charming this weekend when he took a student battling cancer to her senior prom. Jacksonville Jaguars player Sen’Derrick Marks accompanied Khameyea Jennings, an 18-year-old who has been battling cancer for two years, according to Dreams Come True, a local non-profit
Doctor Finds Cancer During Prep for Gastric Bypass Surgery
A Maryland woman says she is thankful after a doctor caught early-stage stomach cancer during preparation for gastric bypass surgery . Rachel Sandridge had decided to undergo gastric bypass surgery after her weight topped 430 pounds at age 29. "I wanted to get my life under control," Sandridge told
Little John Wall's unvarnished climb
John Wall rubs his scraggly beard and hops on the pool table in the players' lounge of the Verizon Center, his languid, 6-foot-4, frame unfolding as he leans back. "Shoot," he says. All right. Where would you be if the NBA never worked out for you -- the money, the fame, the whole package? "I'd
Chemical in Antibacterial Soap Promoted Tumor Growth in Mice
A chemical in antibacterial soap promoted liver tumor growth in mice, researchers found. Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine studied the effects of triclosan -- an antimicrobial found in antibacterial soaps, toothpaste, body wash and other common household items
Single Mom's Dying Wish Granted as Nurse Takes in Her Son
Tricia Somers' nurse, Tricia Seaman, has agreed to care for her 8-year-old son, Wesley.