Dusty Smart, a 12 year-old cancer patient from Butte, visits with her doctor Carrie Neuhardt, left, and her mother, Kelly Smart, Tuesday morning in St. Vincent Healthare. The Smarts have been able to stay at the Meadowlark House during her treatments in Billings.
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, killing more than 150,000 Americans a year. The disease has a five-year survival rate of less than 16 percent, which continues to be significantly lower than the survival rate seen in other major cancers; breast, colon a…
LARAMIE, Wyo. — When a 13-year-old Laramie resident learned how to make keychains by hand from one of her mother’s friends, she immediately thought of a purpose for her newfound hobby.
The Car Factory celebrates everything from holidays to breast cancer awareness with high-flying decorations
Billings motorists who frequently drive down State Avenue where it meets Underpass Avenue have probably noticed the kaleidoscope of colors adorning the flagpoles at The Car Factory.
When it comes to tie-dyeing T-shirts, there's a special technique to getting adequate color into the tightly twisted fabric.
Sixth-graders Lacee Torno, left, and Zane Fleury wear pink tie-dye in Darcene Butler’s class at Independent School on Tuesday.
Darcene Butler, who has been fighting cancer for the last three years, talks with her sixth-grade class at Independent School on Tuesday. Butler’s class tie-dyed T-shirts and headbands for Thursday’s Pack the Place in Pink volleyball game at Skyview.
Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer diagnosed in Montana and the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society and Centers for Disease Control. Screening tests can help prevent and provide early detection of colorec…
Montanans who need expensive prescription drugs to treat multiple sclerosis, cancer, hepatitis and other critical illnesses could get some relief next year with a change in the way insurance companies cover prescription drugs. State Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen announced Friday that…
St. Vincent Healthcare Foundation’s 36th annual SAINTS Ball netted a record amount of $1,050,000 for St. Vincent Healthcare’s new Medical-Surgical Center of Excellence.
A 26-year-old Iraq war veteran is engaged in one of the potentially deadliest battles of his life.
Kenneth Bland enlisted in the Army National Guard in 2008 and was deployed to Iraq in 2010.
Kenneth Bland, 26, receives six days of inpatient chemotherapy every three weeks. He was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma on July 2.
Kenneth Bland, who was deployed to Iraq in 2010, is diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
On Dec. 9, 2013, I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia, an aggressive form of blood cancer.
Suffering from colon cancer, 22-year-old Craig Canape spent at least 74 days in Room 370, a “bleak” and “tired-looking” room on the third floor of Fortin Tower at St. Vincent Healthcare.
A trial date has been set in a lawsuit against the county, sheriff and a doctor alleging that a former Yellowstone County jail inmate’s cancer went undiagnosed for almost a year — leading to a ruptured lump in his throat followed by chemotherapy and radiation treatment for advanced cancer.
The T-shirts told the tales.
This year marks a milestone anniversary for the Yellowstone County Relay for Life.
Olivia Clyde, 14, takes a whack at a pinata representing cancer while celebrating with friends and family the end of her chemotherapy treatments at Billings Clinic on Thursday morning. Olivia, who lives in Gillette, Wyo., has been fighting osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer.