WASHINGTON — If you have watched Sesame Street over the years, you have most likely have seen William Wegman’s Weimaraner dogs. The grey short-haired pointers are usually donning human clothes with actors lending their arms…
WASHINGTON — D.C. newswomen are coming together to cycle and dance their way to breast cancer awareness. On Thursday, WTOP’s Hillary Howard along with Lauryn Ricketts and other notable D.C. newswomen, will gather at SoulCycle…
In 2010, Bill Shipp was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In 2014, he swam the English Channel.
WTOP anchor and reporter Lori Lundin opens up about cancer diagnosis.
Two new studies confirm aspirin\’s anti-inflammatory effect, which could lead to reduced cancer risk.
September is Child Cancer Awareness month and there is a push to get a special license plate that would help raise money to research childhood cancer.
The former, long-time co-host of \”Good Morning America\” announced her diagnosis on the TV show.
To celebrate, support and raise awareness for survivors of breast cancer, a group of women in the news industry are banning together for the annual NewsBabes Bash for Breast Cancer.
The Canines and Childhood Cancer Study, the first of its kind, will analyze what effect animal-assisted therapy has on young children diagnosed with cancer.
Three years ago Dozer stunned racers at the Maryland Half Marathon. Since then, the Goldendoodle has been on a mission to raise money for cancer research.
The director of the Breast Imaging and Interventional Center at the George Washington Medical Faculty Associates is a breast cancer
survivor. She says getting a mammogram and early diagnosis can save a life.
It\’s not easy, but Dr. Peter Edelstein says the first thing to do if you get that diagnosis is, literally, take a breath.
The Fairfax hospital plans to celebrate the opening of its new radiation oncology center next Tuesday even though the majority of the $45 million, five-story building for the Inova Comprehensive Cancer and Research Institute isn\’t even finished yet.
A new study finds that since a landmark Surgeon General\’s report on smoking was released in 1964, more than eight million lives have been saved through anti-tobacco efforts from cigarette taxes to programs to help Americans kick the habit.
For the fight against cancer, 2013 was a year of progress and there are indications that some big breakthroughs are on the way.