Clinical Study Exploring Use Of 'Avatars' For Cancer TreatmentWhen faced with a cancer diagnosis, what if you could know the exact therapy needed to treat it?
Key To Fighting Cancer May Lie In GermsA year ago, Audra Katz was diagnosed with breast cancer. But before she got treatment, she gave researchers a stash of her germs.
Cancer Comes Down To Luck More Often Than Not, Study FindsAccording to a study published in Science Magazine, two-thirds of cancer is completely random.
Fundraiser Set Up For The Owner Of RandylandIt's hard to miss the bright colors and unique stylings of Randyland, located on Pittsburgh's Mexican War Streets.
Cold Cap Treatment Could Help Prevent Hair Loss During ChemotherapySome breast cancer patients are turning to cooling caps during chemotherapy to hopefully limit hair loss.
Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment Gives People Control Over FutureGenetic risk assessment is helping people better understand their chance of getting cancer and providing life-saving options.
Study: Cervical Cancer Killing Women At Higher Rate Than Previously ThoughtA new study shows cervical cancer is killing women at a higher rate than previously thought.
Police Looking For Thieves Who Stole Donation Box For Cancer VictimsThieves made off with a donation box for cancer victims in Cranberry Township.
Dunlap: Thank You, PittsburghThis cancer diagnosis and the way it has blindsided our family, but the way Pittsburgh has rallied behind us and with us has been so much stronger.
New Drug Showing Promise In The Treatment Of CancerThree years ago when Linda Malsch found a lump under her arm - she feared it was cancer. She was right, though she was surprised to hear what type of cancer.
Local Water Systems Listed In Study On Tap Water Containing Cancer-Causing ChemicalFamilies in western Pennsylvania, and hundreds of millions more across the country, are drinking tap water containing a cancer-causing chemical.
Study: Cancer Causing Chemical Found In Tap Water Of 200-Million AmericansHundreds of millions of Americans, including those in Western Pennsylvania, are drinking water contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical.