Chicago-Area Man Fights Cancer By 'Training To Live'D. Anthony Evans may never be in the clear. That's not stopping him from living well and helping others, CBS 2's Derrick Young reports.
Helping Women Beat Cancer At FitFestOne in eight women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, and one in 67 will develop ovarian cancer. The numbers are staggering, which is why it's important to know your risk.
Gurnee Students Plan "Gray Out" For Classmate Who Died Of CancerStudents at a north suburban high school were planning a special tribute to a classmate who died of cancer in the spring. They’ll all wear gray t-shirts in honor of Daniel Wang, who died of brain cancer in April. Even the football team will be in gray.
Caretaker Charged With Stealing More Than $6,000 From Elderly Cancer PatientThe victim and her 45-year-old son noticed a series of unauthorized withdrawals from the woman’s bank account over several months, police said.
Survivors Network At Northwestern Memorial Hospital Helping Patients Deal With Life After CancerJune is National Cancer Survivor's Month in the U.S. A Chicago hospital offers help for patients to keep on going.
Young Cancer Victim Emily Beazley Dies After Inspiring 4-Year StruggleA 12-year-old girl, whose four-year struggle with cancer galvanized her neighborhood and inspired a wave of support over the last several weeks, has died.
Naperville Beauty Salon To Provide Free Service To Cancer Patients Once A MonthA beauty salon in the western suburbs cuts the ribbon tonight on a new program to help cancer patients look and feel their best, reports WBBM's Regine Schlesinger.
Foundation Pays It Forward By Helping Cancer PatientsCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot introduces us to the beneficiaries of the Ride Janie Ride Foundation.
Emily Beazley, Sister Named Honorary Chicago Police OfficersAnother honor today for a young cancer patient fighting the fight of her life: Emily Beazley and her sister became honorary Chicago Police Officers.
Mount Greenwood Street Dedicated To 12-Year-Old Cancer Patient Emily BeazleyA street in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood was being dedicated Friday afternoon to a 12-year-old girl who has battled cancer for a third of her life.
Cardinal George Feared Death, And The Unknown Afterlife“I fear the unknown, and what happens after death is unknown. I mean, in faith we believe that we will live forever, and that God calls us to live with him if we cooperate with his Grace. I believe that sincerely, profoundly, but I don’t know what that means,” Cardinal George told WBBM Newsradio's "At Issue" in November.
Like Angelina Jolie, Chicago Woman with BRCA1 Gene Opts for Preventative SurgeryLast march, Lincoln Park's Erin Kerewich, mother of two, felt a lump in her breast. It wasn't cancer, but shortly thereafter, she got news that gave her a lump in her throat.