After getting diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago, FOX 2's own Katie Fehr has now made it into remission. To help stave off another case of the disease, she's crafted a smoothie. Katie's Cancer Fighting Smoothie is packed with ingredients ranging from flaxseed to Amla powder to orange juice. No part of this recipe is without a purpose - each intentionally chosen to help stay healthy. And it doesn't taste too bad either.
Lynn Walkuski felt a pulling under her right arm in 2016. She suspected it was breast cancer, knowing her family history with the disease. She got a first opinion and had a biopsy done. Then a second opinion and a surgeon said it was nothing. Then a third opinion, from doctor concerned the cancer was much more dangerous. She was right.
Breast cancer remains the most commonly-diagnosed form of cancer among American women, aside from skin cancer. Mammograms are a critical part of early detection, which is key to survival. Here to tell us more about breast cancer screening, risk factors, and treatment is Dr. Jessica Bensenhaver, director of the breast cancer program at Henry Ford Cancer Institute.
She went to a dermatologist who told her the bump was likely nothing to worry about, as the skin around it appeared healthy. But the doctor recommended Marisa Strupp see a gynecologist anyway, and she did.
October has arrived and with it Breast Cancer Awareness month. Everyone knows early screening is a key step in preventing cancer, but there are also a myriad of other steps one can take to reduce the threat of cancer. Those include dietary decisions.
Kids Kicking Cancer founder Rabbi G continues to change the lives of children battling cancer.
For 18-year-old Noah Holloway, this summer was supposed to be about spending time on the lake with friends - but he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
Here at FOX 2, we try to keep you informed of all the charity events in the community. But what happens after the event, and where does the money go?
They're called G-bombs, and they're the top six cancer fighting foods.
Quitting smoking is one of the most common new year's resolutions.
An estimated 36 million Americans smoke cigarettes.
September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month, and Beaumont has a number of events planned. One of them is Dine 2 Donate with Granite City on Sept. 25, where proceeds will benefit pediatric cancer patients.
A charity that helps to lift the spirits of kids facing serious health issues is setting the stage for a magical evening.
Kids Kicking Cancer is a special program that helps give children with cancer a sense of control over their pain and a new hope through martial arts.
Sen. John McCain's diagnosis of brain cancer jolted the Senate where Republicans and Democrats offered prayers and words of encouragement for a six-term lawmaker with a war hero past.
The power of metaphors is a lecture series that can help someone dealing with a cancer diagnosis.
What started as a side hustle in college for "the wig slayer" has turned into a thriving business for one Michigan 22-year-old.
Former longtime Detroit TV anchor and reporter Rich Fisher has died.
Scott Lariche and Mickey Guisewhite join us to tell us more about all the toys they collected this holiday season.
Founder Jonny Imerman joins us on The Nine to tell us more about Imerman's Angels.