Part of the team: 13-year-old Bulldogs fan builds relationship with MSU baseball team while battling cancer
It’s easy to mistake 13-year-old Andrew McCall’s bedroom in Philadelphia, Mississippi, for a trophy case.
The walls and shelves are littered with memorabilia ranging from signed posters to a basketball autographed by Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski.
The altarpiece of McCall’s room is his dresser, on which his prized Mississippi State possessions reside.
Marie Mason is a veteran of the wars. Not the kind that require tactical gear and camo, but combat just the same.
“This is my second time around with breast cancer. I’m a metastatic breast cancer survivor,” the 67-year-old from Starkville said on a Thursday afternoon in October.
A court ruling that gave coffee drinkers a jolt earlier this year was finalized Monday when a Los Angeles judge said coffee sold in California must carry cancer warnings.
Scientists haven’t rendered a verdict on whether coffee is good or bad for you but a California judge has.
Last Saturday, Sid Salter placed flowers on his parents’ graves at a cemetery in his native Neshoba County.
If you’re being treated for cancer, speak up about any side effects.
Pressing on: Mother-daughter duo continue preparing, delivering Thanksgiving meals while fighting cancer
One week before Thanksgiving, Ayandria Barry sat in a hospital in Virginia receiving chemotherapy treatment.
They were the lucky ones who managed to make it home from Vietnam. Now, a half century later, some veterans are finding out they, too, are victims of the war.
Vice President Joe Biden threatened Wednesday to pull federal funding for cancer studies that fail to publicly disclose their results, putting pressure on researchers, clinicians and drug companies to speed up progress toward cancer cures.
Austin Huff didn’t really know what to expect as he made his way from Columbus Air Force Base to Camp Pratt, where he and eight other newly minted 2nd lieutenants had volunteered to work as day counselors at Camp Rising Sun.