Local Non-Profit Supports Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Raising Money To Give Back To NursesA local non-profit that supports pediatric brain tumor research, shifted gears, to say thank you to frontline workers.
Rush Surgeon Steps Up For Cancer Patient Undergoing Scan Alone Due To Social Distancing RulesEven though doctors are swamped fighting coronavirus,  they're still going above and beyond to make sure every patient is taken care of.
What Would Happen If A Cancer Patient Were Diagnosed With COVID-19?"If I were to get coronavirus it would delay my therapy. Me delaying this is kinda out of the question."
Lawsuit: Educators Stricken With Cancer From Sterigenics EmissionsEthylene oxide is used to sterilize about half of all U.S. medical equipment in plants around the country. Experts have known for decades that the toxic gas could be linked to cancers including breast and blood cancers.
Woman Meets Man Whose Umbilical Cord Blood Saved Her Life, After They Find Each Other Through DNA TestA DNA test has connected a cancer patient to the donor whose stem cells saved her life.
Family Who Lost Daughter To Cancer Hosts "Dancing & Donuts" Playdate For Patients At Lurie Children's HospitalA local couple whose daughter lost her battle with cancer is giving back and at the same time making sure other families stay strong.
New Lawsuit Blames Sterigenics For Teenage Girl's Near-Lifelong Battles With CancerA teenage girl has been fighting two different cancers much of her life, and her family believes a Willowbrook company emitting a toxic gas in their neighborhood is the cause.
Beth Chapman, Wife Of Bounty Hunter Reality TV Star, DiesShe was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2017. A tumor was removed and she was cancer-free. But she was later diagnosed with lung cancer.
Spurred By CBS 2 Investigation, Lawmakers Move Forward In Pushing For Ethylene Oxide Restrictions"My biggest fear is that I won't be around to see my children one day."
Patient Who Ordered THC Chocolates Gets 4 Years In PrisonCamic says the 37-year-old Franzen has stage 4 cancer and was using the chocolates to relieve himself from symptoms, such as nausea.
Cells From Purdue Super Fan, Tyler Trent, To Be Used For Cancer ResearchCells from Tyler Trent, the Purdue University super fan and cancer activist who died in January, are being used by cancer researchers to study the disease.