URBANA -- Caring for your pet involves an occasional trip to the vet.
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THOMASBORO -- A St. Joseph woman is battling cancer and friends and family want to help in her fight.
Local Survivor: Martha's Story
NEWTON COUNTY, IN -- A 5-year old boy recently lost his battle with cancer.
Local Survivor: Cheryl's Story
FISHER -- When an area man survived a motorcycle accident, it was a miracle. But, no one could guess what it would uncover.
VERMILION COUNTY -- Mutt Strutt for a Cure is raising money for cancer patients.
This “Face of the Race” is going the extra mile to raise money for cancer research.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- Some UI students took a lot off the top to help fight cancer.
CHAMPAIGN -- The Gerber family is getting support from all over Central Illinois.
CHICAGO -- Two brothers know all about successful fundraising campaigns.
ARTHUR -- We all have our own challenges. But sometimes, our most difficult times reveal our true strength. That's been the case for one woman who lives in Arthur named Connie.
Update: 10:25 pm, 1/15/14, Wednesday PAXTON -- Some medical bills for a teen battling cancer will be paid in full thanks to support from her community.
WHITE HEATH -- These Kids to Know are banding together to help their janitor who's sick.
DECATUR -- Students at Decatur Christian School are "Standing by Silas."
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network is calling attention to pancreatic cancer during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in November.
ST. JOSEPH -- You've heard of No Shave November? It's men giving their razors a break to raise awareness about cancer.
DECATUR -- The Macon County Sheriff's Department is looking different; hairy even!
CHAMPAIGN -- An area high school teacher fighting cancer got some unexpected support from her students.
CHAMPAIGN -- A local business is doing something to make a difference.
BISMARCK -- One rule in life is to fight and not give up whether you're running a race or battling cancer.
TOLONO -- An entire community is better for one high school student who is Taking Action.
NATIONAL -- New research states being married may help improve your chances of surviving cancer.
CHAMPAIGN -- Hospitals can be cold and sometimes lonely, but inside Christie Clinic, one woman is spreading warmth and love.
CHAMPAIGN -- People are breaking a sweat to honor a boy who died this spring.
CHAMPAIGN -- September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It's the second leading cause of death among children.
COLES COUNTY -- A local group wants to fulfill wishes of cancer patients.
WESTVILLE -- Sebastian Starkey is just 10-years old, but he's already wise beyond his years. No one knows that better than his mom.
HOOPESTON -- This Kid to Know from Our Town remembers doing everything she really likes to do even after spending almost two years of her life in the hospital.
ST. JOSEPH -- Our Town is putting on a benefit to help a girl battling cancer.
MONTICELLO -- The Kirby Cancer Lifeguard Team raised the most money for Piatt County's Relay for Life.
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MONTICELLO -- Miles of walking helped raise thousands of dollars for cancer research.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS -- New research done on campus could help treat cancer patients.
MONTICELLO -- A woman is using her artistic skills to help others.
ATWOOD -- Students at Atwood-Hammond Elementary broke a sweat to help stop cancer.
CHAMPAIGN -- Runners had their first taste of triumph Friday as the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon kicked off.
ARTHUR -- Running for a reason during the Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon.
One brave student is shaving-off her long locks for the St. Baldrick's Fundraiser.
TUSCOLA -- A teacher will get a special haircut from a special student.
URBANA -- The Fighting Illini is joining the fight against cancer.
CHICAGO -- Film critic Roger Ebert says he's battling cancer again.
ST. JOSEPH -- Friends and family spread support for Murelle Plotner through Twitter and try to make her dreams come true.
CHAMPAIGN -- A cancer patient's final wish was granted Friday.
URBANA -- A UI student turns her own family's tragedy into triumph.
FORSYTH -- A group hopes to put an end to breast cancer, one woman at a time.
WINDSOR -- A special student is giving Windsor High School a cause to cheer for.
WESTVILLE -- The fire department lost one of its own.
CHAMPAIGN -- You can support the Illini while helping put a stop to cancer.
ST. JOSEPH -- Imagine going to the eye doctor for blurry vision, and within two hours, you're being sent to the E.R. to be tested for cancer.