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Meet America's Youngest Sheriff's Deputy

Indiana Toddler Battling Cancer Is Sworn In as Sheriff's Deputy

Originally posted 07/12/2014 05:30PM

Outlaws, beware. There's a new sheriff in the town of Huntington, Indiana: 3-year-old Wyatt Schmaltz.

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Cindy Crawford Wants Your Help to Find a Bone Marrow Donor for a 2-Year-Old Boy

Cindy Crawford Is Helping a 2-Year-Old Boy Find a Bone Marrow Donor

Originally posted 07/10/2014 11:30AM

Shortly after this story was published, Katharina Harf, co-founder of Delete Blood Cancer DKMS, told PEOPLE that Chase Foley has found a donor. "We are so happy that little Chase found a match, which will give him a second chance at life," Harf said. "We are also so grateful for Cindy Crawford's involvement with Delete Blood Cancer DKMS and her continuing fight to find donors for the thousands of other children who are still hoping to find a match. We hope people will continue to register as donors to help the children in their fight."

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Joan Lunden on Her Battle with Breast Cancer: 'Time to Go into Warrior Mode'

Joan Lunden on Her Battle with Breast Cancer: 'Time to Go into Warrior Mode'

Originally posted 07/04/2014 11:45AM

Joan Lunden has always prided herself on staying on top of her health.

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Joan Lunden Completes Second Chemotherapy Treatment

Joan Lunden Completes Second Chemotherapy Treatment Following Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Originally posted 07/02/2014 07:00AM

When Joan Lunden was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, or TNBC – a rare and aggressive form of the disease – the former Good Morning America co-host was initially "shell-shocked." But Lunden turned a corner quickly and is focusing on finding strength through the love and support of her family, fans and colleagues.

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Amy Robach Gives Joan Lunden Advice on Battling Breast Cancer | Amy Robach, Joan Lunden

Amy Robach Gives Joan Lunden Advice on Battling Breast Cancer

Originally posted 06/27/2014 02:05PM

Amy Robach has two words of advice for Joan Lunden: Accept help.

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Joey Martin of Country's Joey & Rory Undergoes Surgery for Cervical Cancer

UpdatePosted 06/26/2014 07:00PM

Joey Martin of Joey & Rory Undergoes Surgery for Cervical Cancer

Originally posted 06/26/2014 05:00PM

Rory Lee Feek of the duo Joey + Rory revealed some frightening news about his wife in his latest post on his blog, "This Life I Live."

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Joan Lunden Has Breast Cancer

Joan Lunden Has Breast Cancer

Originally posted 06/24/2014 09:25AM

Joan Lunden, the longtime co-host of Good Morning America, returned to the ABC morning show on Tuesday with some difficult news: She is battling breast cancer.

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Comedian Steve Rossi Dies

Comedian Steve Rossi Dies

Originally posted 06/23/2014 08:00AM

Steve Rossi, one half of the prolific comedy duo Allen & Rossi, which became a favorite of The Ed Sullivan Show and other TV variety shows, died Sunday at age 82.

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Samantha Harris on Cancer Battle: I May Need Chemo | Samantha Harris

Samantha Harris May Need Chemo After Cancer Spreads

Originally posted 06/19/2014 11:30AM

Behind the smile on Samantha Harris's face following her double mastectomy was a somewhat different story: Doctors had delivered unsettling news.

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Meet the Brave Girl Who Inspired The Fault in Our Stars

Meet Esther Earl, the Brave Girl Who Inspired The Fault in Our Stars

Originally posted 06/07/2014 01:15PM

Onscreen and in the pages of the bestselling book, audiences have been captivated by the spirit and humor of The Fault in Our Stars's heroine, Hazel Grace Lancaster.

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