Pamela Lennon was just 15 when she woke up on Christmas Day with the telltale signs of a lifelong disease.
A family is on its way to Disney World thanks to the generosity of a local organization.
This is Cancer Awareness Week, and a Mount Lebanon High School senior takes it seriously.
The statistics are stunning: 44 percent of American women will develop a life-threatening cancer in their lifetime.
Doctors say radioactive seeds are making surgery more efficient for women with a small breast tumor.
A little boy’s dying wish has now come true.
Eddie Buggs was the kind of moniker any play-by-play guy would love.
Hundreds are rallying around a local police officer battling an aggressive form of cancer.
Susan Talbert does not have breast cancer, but she is at high risk of getting the disease.
In one of the biggest advances against leukemia and other blood cancers in many years, doctors are reporting unprecedented success by using gene therapy to transform patients’ blood cells into soldiers that seek and destroy cancer.
Even tethered to the IV pole in his hospital room, Luke Lehue has all the moves playing pick-up hockey with a couple of pretty physical therapists.
It’s being called the first of its kind.
Residents of Allegheny County have twice the cancer risk of those living in surrounding counties, according to a study from the Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Pittsburgh region has cancer risk among the highest in the nation caused by hazardous air pollution.
Public defender Rebecca Hudock had just turned 30 when she found breast cancer.