03:26 AM EDT 08/24/2014
Originally posted 08/08/2014 04:45PM
American Ebola victim Dr. Kent Brantly is on the mend.
Originally posted 08/06/2014 07:00AM
Diem Brown has been through a lot.
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."
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.
Originally posted 06/27/2014 08:50AM
Every morning, Renner Wollman wakes up his dad, Brian, with a hearty "Dada" from his crib. Their routine then includes playing ball and listening to tunes. "He sways to the music, and when it stops, he looks at you funny," Brian says.
Originally posted 06/26/2014 05:30PM
Every girl dreams of her father-daughter dance as a rite of passage. But for this daddy-daughter duo, the tradition has taken on a broad new significance.
Originally posted 05/06/2014 04:55PM
Miley Cyrus is back with a bang.
Originally posted 05/02/2014 12:50PM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr Beleaguered Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has cancer, according to news reports.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 01:40PM
Robin Roberts isn't just feeling stronger as she continues her recovery from myelodysplastic syndrome. She's feeling powerful.
"Strong like a bull," the Good Morning America anchor, 53, says in an interview airing Tuesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"I am so thankful. I am so happy," she adds. "I have never been this happy nor healthy in such a long time."
Originally posted 04/25/2014 12:00PM
Amy Robach has been openly sharing her breast-cancer journey with viewers – from her on-air mammogram, to her unexpected diagnosis, to her grueling treatments. And now, she celebrates her last round of chemotherapy.
The Good Morning America news anchor announced Friday what doctors called her "graduation" from chemotherapy, and Robach, 41, reassured other women battling the disease that they can find their strength.
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