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Basketball players and fans from East and West Jessamine County High Schools supported the children of two of the district's teachers battling childhood cancer during a rivalry game Friday.
Louisville Archbishop Joseph Kurtz says he is cancer-free after surgery and months of treatment.
After more than two decades, Jarrett's Joy Cart continues the legacy of a courageous young cancer patient by spreading joy to patients at Kentucky Children's Hospital.
A Louisville 10-year-old boy who received thousands of birthday cards during his last bout of chemotherapy has received an early Christmas present.
The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection released the results of a new study that found the state’s drinking water is safe.
A grant was awarded to Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation’s Yes, Mamm! program for $21,450 by the Lexington Cancer Foundation.
Meghan's Mountain Charitable Foundation donates money to patient care for those who are battling cancer.
Recent photos posted on the page show the family receiving dozens of letters and packages, with Carter even posing with some mail carriers.
A Kentucky woman has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for soliciting $15,000 in donations while pretending to have cancer.
Seventy-two-year-old Joseph Kurtz has served as archbishop since 2007.
U.S. drug regulators are launching a project aimed at giving more cancer patients a chance to try treatments that are not yet on the market but that have shown some promise in early testing.
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If you celebrated this Mother's Day surrounded by healthy family, you probably know you're truly blessed.
Shelby Hilton, a University of Kentucky gymnast who fought a courageous four-year battle with cancer, died Friday night in Orlando, Florida, at the age of 25, according to UK Athletics.
The family of a 21-month-old Kentucky girl who was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma more than a year ago is celebrating now that she is cancer-free.
Students, staff, faculty, and many others will be shaving their heads to raise money for cancer research.
For 24 hours, there was no sleeping and no sitting for University Kentucky students participating in the Dance Blue marathon.
A community came together to support a woman who is battling stage four cancer.
The U.S. cancer death rate has hit a milestone: It's been falling for at least 25 years.
The FDA has approved what could be a breakthrough drug in treating some forms of cancer.