Dying Man Invites 1,000 Guests To 'End Of Life' PartySatoru Anzaki reportedly invited around 1,000 guests including friends, former classmates, business partners, and employees to his Dec. 11 gathering in Tokyo.
Woman Receives Heart-Wrenching Note, Final Gift From Dad 5 Years After His DeathA Tennessee woman celebrating her 21st birthday received one final gift from her father. The occasion was even more special because the young woman's dad passed away five years ago.
Blues Fans Petition For Ari Dougan Banner11-year-old cancer patient who became friends with team and fan base died Saturday, but inspired many.
Drinking Found to Increase Cancer RiskThe new position paper from the American Society of Clinical Oncology suggests even light drinking raises a person's risk of common malignancies, including breast, colon, esophageal and head and neck cancers.
Big Billboard Bell Rings For Kids Who Defeat CancerYoung cancer patients at St. Louis Children's Hospital will now have a new – and louder – bell to ring to mark the end of their chemotherapy.
'Mutant Chickens' Laying Eggs Full Of Cancer-Fighting DrugsResearchers in Japan are using genetically engineered hens to lay cancer-battling eggs.
CDC: 40 Percent Of U.S. Cancer Cases Linked To Being OverweightAccording to the CDC, at least 13 different types of cancer have been linked to being overweight or obese.
Man Walks from Wrigley to Busch for CancerJim Hickey is walking from Wrigley Field to Busch Stadium for a girl from Columbia, Illinois, that he hadn't even met yet.
New Probe Could Help in Cancer RemovalA new pen-like probe could help cancer surgeons know when it's safe to stop cutting.
John Cena's Fans Bring the WWE Star to Tears With Emotional Thank You NotesUsually Cena is the one jumping out from behind posters, but this time the fans surprised him and it brought him to tears.
Risk of Death Doubled By Alternative Cancer Treatments, Study SaysNew medical research is claiming that cancer patients who opt for unconventional treatments are at much greater risk of dying from the disease.
Colo-rectal Cancer Rates Jump After Long Decline New research shows more people under age 55 are dying of colorectal cancer after decades of declining death rates.