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Tennis star Pete Sampras revealed his wife’s journey with ovarian cancer and asked for the public’s thoughts and prayers.
Actress Suzanne Somers, 76, rejected chemo and wrote a book about it in 2009, raising concerns of cancer advocates.
Known as much for her controversial opinions as for her beloved sitcom characters, Kirstie Alley was 71.
“Amazing Race” winners Catherine Wreford Ledlow and Craig Ramsay inspire resiliency when facing cancer.
The comedic actor died unexpectedly last month. Along with “Will & Grace” and Instagram posts, Leslie Jordan’s legacy includes HIV work.
“I am an endangered species, but I sing no victim’s song,” belted Sheryl Lee Ralph, longtime HIV advocate, during her thank-you speech.
“It feels like a huge missed opportunity,” says reality TV star Danny Roberts, who has been living with HIV for 11 years.
Herself a breast cancer survivor, TV anchor Robin Roberts announced earlier this year that Amber Laign had the same cancer.
“There are not enough doctors paying attention to women with pain,” said famed rapper Eve about her painful fibroid history.
A “Black Latina girl from New Jersey,” Michaela Jaé Rodriguez played Blanca, a trans woman living with HIV, on the series “Pose.”
“Saved By the Bell” actor Dustin Diamond died Monday at age 44 from small cell lung cancer.
Those in Hollywood and beyond remember Cicely Tyson as a brilliant thespian who broke barriers for Black actresses.
Watkins, whose culinary talents earned him a spot on “MasterChef Junior,” was just 14.
In an episode of the TV show, Anderson’s character, Dre, joins a real-life diabetes campaign.
The former “Entertainment Tonight” host was given 18 months to live. That was five years ago.
The FDA warns that Miracle Mineral Solution can be fatal, but desperate consumers aren’t getting the message.
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