Starting or maintaining an exercise routine after a cancer diagnosis may be the last thing on your mind, but it's an empowering way to help you feel better. Read more.
Katie Burke believes everything happens for a reason.
A breast cancer diagnosis at age 23 and the six years that followed changed her life and her perspective. Read more.
Brandee Perkins found hope when she least expected it.
The 40-year-old mother is fighting melanoma, and after nearly two years marred by disappointments, failed treatments and a lot of pain, she'd all but given up. Things changed dramatically about three months ago when Brandee became the first person in Oregon to be given an immunotherapy called Keytruda, immediately following FDA approval.
To fully understand the significance this treatment is having on Brandee's life, you have to know what she's been through. Read more.
During this season of giving, I would like to tell you about an organization that is touching the lives of cancer patients in our community in a profound way.
Oregon Cancer Foundation is an important partner to Willamette Valley Cancer Institute, giving hope and helping our patients when they need it most. Through the Oregon Cancer Foundation, someone undergoing cancer treatment may receive a bag of groceries, a tank of gas or the payment of a utility bill... Read more.
The famous Duck, recognized and beloved by University of Oregon fans everywhere, is now sporting a "stache!"
This new T-shirt declaring "Mo Ducks!" is available for a limited time at The Duck Store and online to support Movember Eugene 2014 and to bring awareness to men's cancers. Read more.