Little Liam Fitzgerald, who is arguably one of the most beloved and popular Bruins fans, is looking to add another title to his name: Man of the Year.
A little boy battling leukemia got a huge surprise from the Tewksbury Police Department Thursday.
Aybel Martin checked in to Boston Children’s Hospital as he prepares for chemotherapy or radiation before a bone marrow transplant. A 100% match was found from a stranger.
On Wednesday, the Shertenlieb household will once again be whole.
Last month, Mary Shertenlieb was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. But in just 16 days, thanks to the outpouring of support from friends new and old, family and thousands of Toucher & Rich listeners, she won her battle and is cancer free.
Rich shared some amazing news Friday morning on Toucher & Rich: After just 16 days, Mary Shertenlieb is now cancer free.
Five-year-old Jack Curran of Kingston served as the official presenter of the game ball to Pat the Patriot.
One last thing: Burlington High School’s 2012 varsity ice hockey team recently played a game they will never forget.
A 2-year-old Rockland girl is donating her bone marrow to her little sister, who has a very rare form of leukemia.
Erin Cortright was fighting Leukemia when she was told she had months to live. Then Carrie Atkins stepped in and donated her bone marrow.