A mother accused of telling her 6-year-old son he had cancer was back in court Friday morning.
She’s been cleared to return to school in Grand Junction with her shaved head, but now a little girl has brought support for her friend with cancer to the Denver area.
A Colorado girl who shaved her head to support a friend who went bald because of cancer treatment was told she violated her school’s dress code but will now be allowed to stay in class.
A lot of people love conspiracy theories, and it’s no different when it comes to health. But as CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida reports, what you falsely believe may hurt you.
An Aurora mother accused of lying to her son, telling her boy he had cancer, has been formally charged.
A cancer diagnosis changes a life and the lives loved ones — and CBS4’s Gloria Neal met with a business owner who turned the heartbreak of cancer into hope.
Hundreds and potentially thousands of people who believe their cancer stems from working at the former Rocky Flats nuclear weapons production facility may finally get the help they’ve been fighting for.
She said she wouldn’t do it, but now a Colorado Springs mother treating her young son’s cancer with marijuana has put him back on chemotherapy.
Organizations like the American Cancer Society and a local nonprofit called Sense of Security are stepping in to help an Aurora woman who is involved in a tough fight against cancer.
The Zane Beadles Parade Foundation is a charity set up by Broncos offensive lineman Zane Beadles to help raise money for pediatric cancer patients.