Harvard Study Shows Positive Thinking Can Prolong Your LifeHarvard University researchers have found the power of positive thinking can help you live longer.
Globe: Braintree Father Builds Drug Company To Battle Son's CancerA Braintree father whose son was battling neuroblastoma, an especially dangerous form of childhood cancer, teamed with a doctor and some high-powered help to create a drug company dedicated to saving the lives of children.
Pan-Mass Challenge Celebrates Record-Breaking $47 Million Gift For Cancer ResearchThe organization held a brunch honoring the riders and supporters who contributed to the fundraising milestone at Boston's Legal Harborside restaurant Sunday.
Pan-Mass Challenge Raises Record $47 Million For Dana-FarberThousands of Pan-Mass Challenge riders are finding out that all their hard work, training, and fundraising has paid off--in a huge way.
Biden Outlines Progress In "Moonshot" For Cancer Cure In BostonVice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that the White House's "moonshot" to find a cure for cancer has been making real progress in the past year, but more needs to be done as the nation prepares to elect a new president.
New Treatments for Lymphedema Available at BIDMCPlastic surgeons at BIDMC are bringing new hope to cancer patients by offering innovative procedures for preventing and treating lymphedema.
New Brain Cancer Vaccine Gives Patients HopeA new vaccine is giving hope to patients with one of the most dangerous cancers.
Team Of Bellingham Moms Riding Pan-Mass Challenge For Nate Solder's SonTeam "Your Pace or Mine," made up of Bellingham moms, will ride in support of the Solder family with the hope that, one day, kids will be spared the pain of cancer.
American Cancer Society of MA – Reaching Out to Latino Women with Cancer
Drinking Very Hot Coffee Probably Causes Cancer, Experts SayDoes that first sip of coffee burn your tongue? It could also put you at risk for cancer.
Gronk Gets A Buzz Cut For Kids With CancerNew England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was among the hundreds of people who had their heads shaved at Gillette Stadium Sunday morning to support children with cancer.
Douglas College Student Biking Across Country For Young Adults With CancerA University of Massachusetts Dartmouth student is getting ready to embark on a 4,000-mile trip across the country in support of young adults affected by cancer.

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