Nurses, doctors surprise 11-year-old girl with flash mob for dream trip
Alex Kiker, 11, thought she was going to the hospital Monday for a follow-up test in her treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma . Alex, of Rockwall, Texas, was instead surprised with a flash mob by the nurses and doctors who have cared for her at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas since her January
Few doctors discuss cancer costs with patients, study finds
A study that taped visits between doctors and cancer patients finds that most doctors did not discuss the cost of care and spent less than two minutes on it when they did
Editor-in-chief of InStyle magazine Laura Brown on 'Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis'
InStyle Editor-In-Chief Laura Brown gives a tour of the office and shares what it takes to work at one of the biggest and most successful fashion media brands in the world.
11-year-old cancer victim inspires 'Mustard Challenge' to raise money for pediatric cancer research
An 11-year-old girl’s battle with cancer, and her wish to make sure no other child must fight the disease, has inspired a new, viral challenge involving mustard. The “ Mustard Challenge ,” started by the No More Kids With Cancer charity, asks participants to eat a spoonful of mustard, share the
Nurse's elaborate dry-erase artwork brings cheer to his child patients
This nurse’s drawings are bringing cheer to his young patients at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Edgar Palomo, 27, makes dry-erase artwork on the hematology/ oncology floor to lighten the mood for the kids. “I've always wanted to help people, which led me to nursing,” Palomo,
Nurse makes magical dry-erase artwork bringing cheer to his child patients
Edgar Palomo, a nurse on the hematology/oncology floor at Cook Children's Medical Center, draws dry-erase artwork to cheer up the young patients.
Cancer in young women and teens may harm future pregnancies, study finds
More women who were diagnosed with cancer as teens or young adults are surviving -- and many are having children of their own. But their path isn't always easy. A new study published today in JAMA Oncology finds women who survived cancer between 15 and 39 years old may have an increased risk of
Shannen Doherty feels 'lucky' in 1st event since finishing chemo
In her first event out since finishing chemo and radiation treatments, Shannen Doherty walked the carpet at the Animal Hope and Wellness Foundations’ Gratitude Gala in Los Angeles Saturday, telling reporters she feels "lucky that I'm here." It was less than two weeks ago that the actress wrote on
Rihanna named Harvard University's humanitarian of the year
The Barbados-born singer will receive her award next Tuesday at the university.