For the last year, reporter Jessica Sanchez has been battling non-Hodgkins lymphoma. In a candid interview, she reveals just how challenging her fight has been and why sometimes she wondered: why can’t I bounce back like Wendy Chioji?
After five hard weeks of nausea, fatigue, thinning hair and painful swallowing, the day GB’s Wendy Chioji has been eagerly anticipating has arrived: she’s finished with her chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Find out her special message for you.
Meat that tastes metallic? Dry mouth? Nausea? Those are just a few of the side effects from treatment for cancer, and they can make eating a real chore. Dr. Susan Mitchell has some tricks for surviving and thriving through food.
Talia Castellano in an Internet sensation and the unofficial face of childhood cancer worldwide. Will her message of hope, inspiration and possibility be enough to help save her own life and the lives of the 13,000 children diagnosed every year?
One year ago, NBA executive and motivational speaker Pat Williams revealed he has multiple myeloma, an incurable, inoperable cancer. He declared that day, “The mission is remission.” He returns with good news.
What if you could not only prevent cancer but also reverse it? What if everything we think we know about treating cancer is wrong? A leader in the field of optimal health explains why he believes the war on cancer has been a colossal failure.
After discovering that her breast cancer had metastasized, Tami Boehmer turned to the Internet to discover people like her — the people who statistics are not kind to. What she found changed her life forever.
Shannon Miller is the most decorated American gymnast in history and arguably one of our nation’s top athletes. Her entire life is dedicated to health and wellness, but suddenly, her world turned upside down when she was diagnosed with cancer at 34.
We love to tell the stories of cancer survivors, people who stare death in the face, beat it, then go on to live rich, fulfilling lives. But it doesn’t always happen that way. Meet a woman who died trying to get access to a life-saving vaccine.
Award-winning filmmaker Peter Starr says his own experiences with prostate cancer prompted him to travel the world seeking answers and alternative treatments for the disease. Find out why he thinks surgery and drugs aren’t always the answer.