More than 200 children under the age of 10 now have medical marijuana cards in Colorado, and a woman in Colorado Springs now goes so far to say marijuana has cured her 4-year-old son’s cancer.
Word dripped down this week that Jim Kelly’s cancer is gone. But what does that mean? Is it gone today only to make its interminable, terminal march back to his enervated frame? Or is it really gone, as in he won?
A new mom from Alaska is coming to Colorado to get treatment for lung cancer.
It’s a firefighter’s job to run into a burning building. But after the smoke clears, the true threat of the profession could appear years later.
The wife of a police officer who faked cancer to get donations from friends and neighbors has been sent to prison for lying to her probation officer.
As a sportscaster, I criticize athletes for abusing PEDs, marijuana, alcohol, other bad-for-your-body stuff. I can’t understand why some of them are so prone to addiction. And yet, I’m an addict myself.
The little girl with cancer who made headlines when her friend shaved off all her hair in a show of solidarity is encouraging other children to get involved– the first one to come forward is a boy from Frisco.
With the governor’s signature Colorado is now the first state to allow terminally ill patients to have access to medication that is not approved by the government.
A woman cheated hundreds of people out of thousands of dollars by pretending she had cancer and may have recently been doing it again.
A woman could lose custody of her children after being accused of falsely telling her son and the rest of family he had cancer in order to raise money for vacations.