Blumenthal Calls For Firefighter Cancer RegistryConnecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal is calling for a first-of-its-kind national firefighter cancer registry.
Connecticut's 'Cancer Moonshot'Yale University and Connecticut dignitaries hosted a discussion on the federal push to accelerate the pace of research toward curing cancer.
Man Accused Of Faking Cancer Pleads Not GuiltyA Wallingford man accused of shaving his head and taking weight loss pills to convince people he had stage 3 brain cancer and collect thousands in donations has pleaded not guilty.
New Haven-born Nobel Prize-winning Cell Researcher DiesDr. Alfred Gilman, who won a Nobel Prize for his breakthrough research into the inner workings of cells and later left Texas' much-ballyhooed $3 billion cancer-fighting initiative, citing a lack of oversight that led to a scandal, has died. He was 74.
Mets GM Has CancerSandy Alderson will undergo chemotherapy and miss winter meetings
Good News On Health Of Red Sox Manager
Red Sox Skipper Takes Medical Leave
High School Class Gives Money Raised For Trip To Principal Diagnosed With CancerThe graduating class at a New Hampshire high school is giving the money raised for its class trip to the school's principal, who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Study: Blood Test Could Predict Cancer Years In AdvanceA blood test may be able to predict cancer years before diagnosis, according to new research from Northwestern Medicine in collaboration with Harvard University.
Teen Who Fought Cancer Treatment Heading Home From Hospital
Solder Started Every Pats Game Last Year After Cancer SurgeryNew England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder had surgery for testicular cancer last spring then went on to start every game, including the Super Bowl victory.
Teen Forced To Undergo Chemo Testifies At Custody HearingA 17-year-old Connecticut girl who was forced to undergo chemotherapy by the state has testified at a closed door hearing where she and her mother are seeking her release from state custody.