Even though 3-year-old Trucker Dukes is fighting for his life, he'd prefer to focus on the brave men and women who are working to save others. After first being diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma at just 19 months old, the adorable little boy from Hawaii came to New York City with his mom for treatment. Show More Summary
Last year, soon after my step-son had just been diagnosed with Stage Four non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, I went with him for one of his treatments at the hospital near Tel Aviv. Nadav has lived me with me on and off since he was eight years old; he's thirty-one now. Show More Summary
Bravo star Daisy Lewellyn lost her battle with cancer on Friday, Page Six reports. She was 36. The Blood, Sweat and Heels star revealed she was diagnosed with Stage 3 bile duct cancer, a rare form that affects the liver, when she was 34. Lewellyn took the diagnosis in stride and remained positive... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Blood, Sweat & Heels Daisy Lewellyn
My mom was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in November 2012. At that point, she was given four to six months to live. But she held on for an entire year, not succumbing to the disease until November 2013.
Last month, my colleagues and I were moved by a beautiful and tragic New York Times editorial by Kate Bowler, a religion professor from Duke Divinity School who was recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Bowler recently wrote a book—Blessed:...Show More Summary
Comedian Quincy Jones, who shares the same name as the famous music producer, was diagnosed with cancer in July 2015. The doctors diagnosed him with diagnosed with Stage 4 mesothelioma cancer and given a year to live. However, with the help of Ellen DeGeneres, HBO and countless other caring people, Quincy’s dream of taping stand-up... Show More Summary
Quincy Jones, a 32-year-old comedian living in Los Angeles, was diagnosed with stage 4 mesothelioma last year. After being told that he had one year to live, he decided to leave his mark on the world in the only way he knew how: stand-up comedy. His first one-hour special will air on HBO this spring. Show More Summary
Comedian Quincy Jones has had a dream for a long time: to host his own comedy special. Unfortunately, in 2015 he was diagnosed with Stage IV cancer, making that dream rather slim. However, his good pal Ellen dropped the best surprise ever on the stage of The Ellen Show.Click To Continue Reading
Post by Michele Zipp. Angelica Escareno was diagnosed with stage two breast cancer when she was 37 years old. Angie has no family history of breast cancer, but she felt a lump in her breast and got the unexpected diagnosis. With herShow More Summary
When my dad was diagnosed with stage IV cancer, Breaking Bad was the hottest show on TV. Thanks to this, I hate Breaking Bad without ever having seen a single episode. See, when one of the people you love most in the world suddenly has a deadline, a TV show about a guy dying slowly of cancer... Continue reading
Jillion Potter, the captain of the USA sevens team, underwent eight months' of treatment for cancer after being diagnosed with stage III synovial sarcoma – a soft-tissue form of the disease – after the 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup. Doctors...Show More Summary
Leah Still's father, Devon Still, had postponed his wedding after Leah was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer about two years ago.
Quincy Jones, an L.A.-based comedian who is not that Quincy Jones, was diagnosed with stage 4 mesothelioma in July 2015 and told that he had a year to live. His one wish, according his friend, producer Nicole Blaine, is to film a stand-up special before he dies. Blaine, along with... More »
My husband was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer, so I made sure that anything I cooked for him would enliven his senses, and that it would look good, smell good, taste good, and be luxurious as it can be.
Big Ang is facing an uphill battle. Just recently, the Mob Wives star was diagnosed with stage four brain and lung cancer. Big Ang just battled throat cancer last year, but was put into remission after treatment and a successful surgery. Show More Summary
"Mob Wives" season 6 star Angela "Big Ang" Raiola has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer and she has been unresponsive to chemotherapy.
Big Ang, breakout star of Mob Wives and Staten Island's most charismatic barkeep, has been diagnosed with stage-four cancer. Her family has revealed that Big Ang (whose real name is Angela Raiola) is battling stage-four lung and brain cancer, and was informed at the end of January that recent chemotherapy... More »
Mob Wives‘ Big Ang (aka Angela Raiola) has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung and brain cancer and is currently in and out of the hospital fighting the disease. Her sister, Janine Detore, set up a GoFundMe page to help with medical bills, as chemotherapy is not working and they would like to try different [...]
Big Ang Diagnosed With Stage 4 Lung And Brain Cancer ‘Mob Wives’ star Big Ang has been diagnosed with stage-4 lung and brain cancer. The reality star’s sister Janine Detore says cancer treatments have not been working so she created