A teenager gifted in math overcomes his illness one step at a time.
Meredith Veenstra, 6, survives rare eye cancer with the grace and beauty of a princess.
She's a survivor: Lily-Mae Morrison, the “Tiny Dancer” from Ireland, completes a clinical trial.
13-year-old Khalique Vialva is fighting a rare form of cancer that affects only four in 1 million kids.
Evan Beukema played football in a state championship game. Now, after surviving cancer, he's celebrating being part of the big game.
Emily VanKeuren thought a lump on her collarbone was nothing to be concerned about. Cancer tests proved otherwise.
After a nearly three-year battle against childhood cancer, Schuyler Kleibusch reaches the Super Bowl.
An 11-year-old leukemia survivor is all smiles as she meets her hero, celebrity chef and "Pioneer Woman" Ree Drummond.
Diagnosed twice with cancer, Madison Pflug has two transplants and prevails with a deeper faith and appreciation for each day.
Seventeen children's hospital patients became celebrities for the night with the West Michigan Whitecaps.
Young patients and their families enjoy the annual summertime gathering for the pediatric hematology-oncology program.
Project SEARCH teaches young adults like Jaime Blomeling about independence. "I could work here the rest of my life," Blomeling says.