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Big grant from American Cancer Society helping researchers at Notre Dame

There is more than football going on at Notre Dame right now. In fact, researchers at the University are studying breast cancer and how it spreads. The hope is this could lead to new ways to fight the disease.

American Cancer Society grant helping Notre Dame research

American Cancer Society grant helping Notre Dame research

"We know a lot more now than we did when we started working on this, but it is something that takes a lot of time."

EYE ON CANCER: IU Health Goshen takes cancer support to new level

Many patients will tell you having a strong support system is key when battling cancer. But one area hospital is taking that support to a whole new level.

EYE ON CANCER Support system

EYE ON CANCER: Support system

WSBT's Leanne Tokars reports on the importance of having a strong support system when battling cancer.

EYE ON CANCER Going beyond the normal mammogram

EYE ON CANCER: Going beyond the normal mammogram

Half of the women in the U.S. have something called "dense breast tissue. Health experts say women may want to consider going beyond the normal mammogram. That's because it's hard for doctors to see abnormalities in women with dense breasts on a normal mammogram.

Eye on Cancer Pancreatic Cancer

Eye on Cancer: Pancreatic Cancer

New clinical trials at a local cancer care center are giving some pancreatic cancer victims hope for survival. WSBT's Rick Schutt has the story.

EYE ON CANCER: Plymouth woman stricken by pancreatic cancer stays home for treatment

In the United States, pancreatic cancer is the fourth most common cause of death due to cancer. By the time it's diagnosed, the cancer has usually spread to other parts of the body, and it's very lethal.

EYE ON CANCER: IU Health Goshen offers new hope for lung cancer patients

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people die of lung cancer every year than any other form of cancer. Now, a new program at a local hospital is giving some people a better chance at surviving.

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