20 Shades Of Pink Gala To Honor Memory Of Faith FancherA very special gala to honor the memory of award-winning journalist Faith Fancher is happening on August 26, 2017, at Oakland's Marriott Hotel. KPIX 5's Barbara Rodgers stopped by the show to tell BR more about it.
2-Time Cancer Survivor Golfs For The CureOn Monday, one of the great Bay Area cancer-awareness tournaments gets underway. And its co-founder has a very personal connection to the cause. Vern Glenn reports. (7-13-17)
MammaPrint Identifies Which Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip ChemotherapyNew guidelines say all women with early-stage breast cancer should take the MammaPrint test, which identifies which women can safely skip chemotherapy. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (7/10/178)
The Wisdom Study Takes A New Look At Breast Cancer ScreeningsRep. Jackie Speier is among those pushing to improve how breast cancer screenings are carried out. Elizabeth Cook reports. (7/10/17)
ConsumerWatch: New Study Shows Quantities Of BPA Found In Canned Food Still HighJulie Watts reports on the latest study measuring the amount of Bisphenol-A found in canned food goods (5-17-2017)
Doctors Puzzled By Increase In Lung Cancer Among Women Who Have Never SmokedElizabeth Cook reports on spike in lung cancer among Asian women without a history of smoking (5-15-2017)
Kids Battling Cancer Enjoy Free Fun Day At Great AmericaIt was a very special Mother's Day for hundreds of Bay Area kids living with cancer. At Great America amusement park, cancer patients and their families enjoyed free admission and lots of fun at the 28th Courageous Kids event. Kiet Do reports. (5-14-17)
Mother's Broken Arm Reveals Early Lung Cancer At Most Curable StageOn this Mother's Day, KPIX anchor Elizabeth Cook has another reason to hug her mother even tighter. (5-11-17)
Screening For Prostate Cancer Has Risks, And BenefitsProstate screening guidelines may get an update to reflect risks, and benefits of screening. Kenny Choi reports. (5/11/17)
Screening For Prostate Cancer Has Risks, And BenefitsProstate screening guidelines may get an update to reflect risks, and benefits of screening. Kenny Choi reports. (5/11/17)
Kids & Art Foundation Inspires Young Cancer PatientsJefferson Award Winner Created Kids & Art Foundation
Make-A-Wish Helps 9-Year-Old With Brain Tumor Market His Milkshake NationwideYoung Raffi Arabatyan love milkshakes and he's savoring the opportunity of a lifetime. Sharon Chin reports. (12-29-16)
New Breast Cancer Treatment Producing Amazing ResultsKristine Lazar reports on Sacramento woman getting remarkable results from breast-cancer vaccine (12-27-2016)
Family House Provides Temporary Housing To Families With Children Undergoing Cancer TreatmentBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes CEO Alexandra Morgan of Family House, a non-profit that provides temporary housing to children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Toxic Burning Materials Put Firefighters At High Risk For CancerFirefighters put their lives on the line every time they run towards a burning building, but there is another deadly risk they face: cancer. Andria Borba reports on what's being done to protect them.
Modesto Woman Awarded $70 Million In Baby Powder LawsuitA St. Louis jury on Thursday awarded a California woman more than $70 million in her lawsuit alleging that using Johnson & Johnson's baby powder caused her cancer. Betty Yu reports. (10-27-16)
Breast Cancer Survivors Pushing For CA Pink Plates To Raise AwarenessTwo breast cancer survivors want to raise awareness about the disease 365 days a year in California with specialized pink license plates. But as Juliette Goodrich reports, the DMV needs folks to step up.
Human Germs and Bacteria Seen As Weapons In War Against CancerBay Area scientists are on the hunt to discover how a person's own germs may be the best medicine in the war against cancer. Juliette Goodrich reports. (9/20/16)
Stand Up To Cancer: Innovative Treatment Gives Bay Area Man Renewed HopeMoney raised during the Stand Up To Cancer telethon will help fund innovative treatments for cancer patients. Michelle Griego tells us about a North Bay man who has benefited from the work from a Bay Area research team.
Cancer Survivor Supports Others In The Fight Of Their LivesJefferson Award Winner Founded Cancer CAREpoint
Marin County Sees Sharp Drop In Breast Cancer RatesFor years, Marin County had one of the highest rates of breast cancer in the world. Newly released numbers show a stark turnaround. Betty Yu reports. (10/6/15)
Newsmaker Interview: Right to Die Bill Awaits Governor Brown's SignatureA bill to legalize doctor-assisted suicide in California is now on the governor's desk but it's not clear that he intends to sign it. Phil Matier discussed the issue with Toni Broaddus, the campaign director for Compassion and Choices, a non-profit that advocates for access to assisted suicide. (9-20-15)
Raw Video: At Press Conference, Jimmy Carter Announces He Will Begin Radiation Treatment For CancerAt a press conference Thursday in Atlanta, former President Jimmy Carter announced that cancer showed up in four small spots on his brain and he will immediately begin radiation treatment. (8-20-15)

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