Teacher Launches Effort To Raise Money For Student's Cancer Treatment A teacher at an elementary school near Washington Park is leading the efforts to raise money tomorrow for a 6th grade girl who has Stage 4 cancer.
Biden To Cancer Researchers: Work TogetherThe vice president, speaking to oncologists gathered in Chicago, discouraged them from pursuing the "cult of the individual." CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Cancer Walk Brings 4,000 People To Grant ParkThe Cancer Survivors’ Celebration Walk & 5K is considered one of the largest in the U.S.
Electrode Cap Helping Keep Man’s Brain Tumor At BayIn this Original Report, CBS 2's Mai Martinez talks to the man who says it's given him a new lease on life.
Girl Who Battled Cancer Dies Days After Becoming Honorary Police OfficerChicago police said they were notified Madison Pruitt passed away Sunday, four days after she got a visit from interim Supt. Eddie Johnson and dozens of officers.
Dozens Shave Their Heads To Raise Money To Fight Cancer Dozens of people showed their support in the fight against cancer by shaving their heads for the annual St Baldrick's event.
Mother Of Two Asks For Help Paying For Skyrocketing Cost Of Cancer DrugA mother of two in Bartlett has launched an effort to raise money for her cancer treatment, which has suddenly become a lot more expensive.
Riders In Spin Class Raising Funds For Cancer ResearchPeople raising money for cancer research are heading to spin class today.
At Lurie Children's Hospital, Dream Team Helps Kids Fight Brain TumorsThey're on the job, thanks in large part to millions of dollars in donations in recent years, reports CBS 2’s Mike Parker.
Doctors, Survivors Encouraged By President Obama’s Push To Cure CancerBut how likely is a cure and could that cure be found here in Chicago? CBS 2’s Sandra Torres went to find out.
Terri Hemmert Getting By With A Little Help From Her FriendsThe beloved WXRT disc jockey and Beatles authority, who is taking some time off for cancer surgery and recovery, has been lifted by well wishes. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Toy Drive Ends, But Cancer Foundation Still Going StrongSue Staehely’s son, Mark, started the toy drive in 2000, getting people to donate 150 toys to the pediatric cancer unit at Children’s Memorial Hospital – now Lurie Children’s Hospital.