A man who cycled 980 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats for a cancer charity has seen his daughter finish her leukaemia treatment.
Targeting two faulty genes associated with a deadly form of blood cancer could help develop better treatments, scientists have said.
Brave Agatha King of Cupar is now a real poster girl.
Statistics from DKMS, a charity dedicated to fighting blood cancer, show that every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with a condition such as leukaemia, myeloma or lymphoma.
An artist diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of 25 has launched a new exhibition exploring his experience of the disease as well as that of other young people.
The family of a brave Fife girl who tragically lost her battle with leukaemia have paid tribute to their “superhero”.
A Dundee vet surgery transformed into a hair salon when receptionist Lesley Stewart had her head shaved for charity.
A Dundee man has organised a charity triathlon to raise money for two local causes.
Family friend will shave head in bid to send Dundee boy Garvie for ‘last chance’ leukaemia treatment
An Invergowrie woman is shaving her head to raise money for a seven-year-old boy’s “last chance” leukaemia treatment in Italy.
Scientists have discovered a gene specific to the male-only Y chromosome protects against the development of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) and other cancers.
A Dundee mum fears the only hope of getting life-saving treatment for her son is to travel to America.
Dundee youngster Garvie Winter has suffered another disappointing setback as he battles leukaemia.
A Dundee mum’s plea for help to find a bone marrow match for her sick son has led to a big increase in the number of local people signing up to be a donor.
The mum of a seven-year-old Dundee boy who is battling cancer has issued an appeal for bone marrow donors after revealing her son has suffered a “major setback”.
The family of a seven-year-old Dundee boy have been given the heartbreaking news that he will need to spend Christmas in hospital as he continues his battle with leukaemia.
Just over a week after receiving intensive chemotherapy treatment for leukaemia, brave Dundee schoolboy Garvie Hunter has taken part in a fundraising sponsored walk.
Kind-hearted people have rallied around a young Dundee lad who has been diagnosed with leukaemia.
A week ago, seven-year-old Garvie Winter was kept home from school because he seemed a bit off colour.
An 11-year-old Broughty Ferry boy was told he had leukaemia just days after initially being diagnosed with tonsillitis.
A six-year-old boy who had been battling an aggressive and rare form of cancer has beaten the disease.