Fifth Grader Runs 50 5K's In 50 Days For Grandpa's Lung CancerFor the last seven weeks, a San Francisco fifth grader has embarked on a physical challenge that most adults wouldn't consider trying, all of his own accord.
Growing Lung Cancer Toll On Non-Smoking Women A MysteryDoctors are seeking to unravel the mystery as to why lung cancer is claiming victims who have never smoked in their lives, including a Silicon Valley entrepreneur who is not letting the disease slow her down.
Mother's Fortuitous Broken Arm Reveals Early Lung Cancer At Most Curable StageOn this Mother's Day, KPIX 5 anchor Elizabeth Cook has another reason she'll be hugging her mother even tighter.
Actor & Restaurateur Frank Pellegrino Sr. of 'The Sopranos' Dies At 72Pellegrino died Tuesday in New York of lung cancer, according to his publicist...
'Alice' Star Beth Howland Dead At 74Best known for her role as a ditzy waitress 'Vera' on the '70s and '80s CBS sitcom "Alice," Beth Howland died of lung cancer...
HealthWatch: Cal Athlete's Cancer Battle Inspires Cross-Country RunA Bay Area athlete’s battle with lung cancer has inspired a unique journey to raise awareness and funds to combat the disease.
Legendary Oakland Jazz Trumpeter, Educator Khalil Shaheed DiesKhalil Shaheed, an Oakland jazz trumpeter famous for his ability to bridge distinct styles, died Friday after several years with lung cancer.
HealthWatch: UCSF Molecular Research May Shed Light On Cancer SurvivalScientists from the University of California San Francisco, Kaiser Permanente, and China have teamed up to study a molecular test that could give more patients a chance to be cured of lung cancer.
Death Of 'TV on the Radio' Bassist Comes Week After Album's Release'TV on the Radio' has canceled some upcoming tour dates because of the death of its bassist Gerard Smith of lung cancer...
Study Find U.S. Cancer Rate On Continued Decline For the first time in decades, the death rate from lung cancer among women in the U.S. is finally dropping. It may be a turning point in the smoking-fueled epidemic.
Number Of Smokers In California Drops To Record LowA record low number of Californians are still lighting up, with Marin County the lowest in the state with just 7.3 percent of the population smoking.