The Pan-American Cancer Tour started in August of 2013 in Zimmerman, Minnesota, United States - it has brought me to a dozen different countries and will end in less than one month when I reach Ushuaia, Argentina.
Pedaling for Pennies
Just because a character has been around forever doesn't mean there aren't new ways to reimagine it. Damon Hellandbrand, a talented artist based in the U.S., has created a series of images that portray the symbols of the zodiac as twisted,...
This is Gluta, whose owner likes to call her the happiest dog in the world. Given her history, we think the name fits as she was rescued from the street and beat cancer to get to where she is today. When...
Rosemary Capitolo is a 71-year-old grandmother from San Jose, California who won't let anything, including her ovarian cancer, get her down. After knitting herself a cute red wig for her Halloween costume, she decided to wear it anyway after she lost...
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the U.S., so we wanted to take this opportunity to both raise awareness about this disease and to share some of the best breast cancer awareness ads we've ever seen.
June 2014 eight Norwegian cancer patients set out to remake one of the sexiest music videos ever made – ”Call On Me” by Eric Prydz.
These modern swimsuits, dubbed "Monokinis," help eliminate the discomfort breast cancer survivors face when they go to the beach and show us their bravery, hope and determination.
He could care less about people being in a suits, ties and dresses. He was a 5-year-old boy. That's not what he thought was neat. He loved looking at superhero T-shirts.
The art and tradition of using all-natural paste from the henna plant to create temporary henna tattoos goes back to ancient Asian and Middle-Eastern history, but there's one group that has taken this ancient art form and given it a new,...
Many famous and beloved cartoon characters shaved their heads to show their support to the kids who have cancer and are undergoing the chemotherapy treatment. The solidarity project, called "Bald Cartoons", became a reality thanks to Brazilian cancer charity and hospital...