James Fahner, MD, discusses precision medicine advancements in pediatric oncology.
A young cancer survivor is joined by family and friends in delivering a caravan of toys to the children's hospital.
At 13, Sarah Conway lost her leg to cancer. Now a student in college, she's chosen a career in medicine.
As she faced leukemia, 8-year-old Queen Hardy made friends, told jokes, danced and inspired her medical team.
Through the rigors of leukemia treatment, music therapy helped 14-year-old Nora discover a gift for music and song writing.
A teenager celebrates remission by smashing a replica of his tumor into a thousand tiny pieces.
Henry Brown is defying the odds and working to beat a rare cancer with the help of his sidekick Jack-Jack and a whole team that loves him.
A teenager gifted in math overcomes his illness one step at a time.
Meredith Veenstra, 6, survives rare eye cancer with the grace and beauty of a princess.
She's a survivor: Lily-Mae Morrison, the “Tiny Dancer” from Ireland, completes a clinical trial.
13-year-old Khalique Vialva is fighting a rare form of cancer that affects only four in 1 million kids.
Evan Beukema played football in a state championship game. Now, after surviving cancer, he's celebrating being part of the big game.