Pancreatic Cancer News
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Steve Jobs Resigns as Apple CEO in 2011
Aug. 24, 2011: Apple CEO Steve Jobs steps down.
Little Leaguer Hits Surprise Homerun for Cancer Battling Mom
J.T. Garcia hit a homerun at the Little League World Series while his mother, who is battling pancreatic cancer, was watching from the stands.
Mark Takai Remembered in Honolulu for Service, Strength
Friends and colleagues remembered the late U.S. Rep. Mark Takai on Thursday as a warm public servant who never gave up when facing adversity
Former Ohio Congressman LaTourette Remembered as 'Fighter'
Former Ohio Congressman Steve LaTourette has been remembered for his work as a lawmaker and prosecutor during a memorial service at a Cleveland church
The Fight of His Life
T he sun is just rising over the railroad tracks when Frank Rodriguez unlocks the squeaky front door to his gym. Frank's Boxing Gym is a staple here in Grand Island, Nebraska , and the owner does just about everything to keep its doors -- even if they're squeaky --open. Rodriguez cuts the grass,
Freshman Hawaii Rep. Mark Takai Dies After Battle With Cancer
Freshman Rep. Mark Takai, D-Hawaii, has passed away after a battle with pancreatic cancer, his office confirmed in a statement Wednesday. The congressman was 49 and died at home in Honolulu surrounded by family, according to his office.
Lions' TJ Jones finds special meaning in fatherhood
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- He ran down the tunnel and out onto the field like so many of his teammates that April day in 2010. TJ Jones heard about this feeling often from his father. He was about to live it himself. He enrolled early at Notre Dame, and the spring game would be the first time he would
Late GOP Senator Wanted to Apologize to Muslims for Donald Trump, Family Says
On his deathbed, Sen. Robert Bennett , R-Utah, wanted to apologize to Muslims for Donald Trump , according to his son and wife. Bennett, lying on his hospital bed in Washington, D.C., earlier this month after suffering a stroke, asked his son, Jim, and wife, Joyce, if there were any Muslims in the
R.I.P. Doug Rhoads, the ref who changed college football
On Friday we learned of the passing of Doug Rhoads, who retired as ACC coordinator of football officiating at the end of the 2014 season. After one year as an ESPN rules analyst it was discovered that he was suffering from pancreatic cancer . The disease worked with heartbreaking speed. Rhoads died
Passengers Inspire Flight Attendant Suffering With Terminal Pancreatic Cancer
LouAnn Alexander was a flight attendant for 34 years, her brother enlisted passengers to write uplifting notes to help her in her final hours of life.