Suspected and confirmed cases of the virus are being increasingly reported across Europe, as well as in North America.
"I was in disbelief and shock," Helaina Hillyard, 20, said after being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Tom, now 14, was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme in November 2020 and has been told by doctors there is nothing more they can do.
Lone star ticks in the state are carrying Heartland virus, an infectious disease first identified in Missouri in 2009.
Adam Raszka, who believes he only has months to live, said his cancer was "very, very rare," aggressive and incurable.
Three-year-old Jude Mellon-Jameson's mother told Newsweek the family's world was "turned upside down" by his diagnosis.
Delgado joined the cast of Sesame Street in 1971 and remained on the show until 2016.
Davarjaye "DJ" Daniel's father said the 10-year-old is now an honorary member of 289 different agencies across the country.
Eden Brown has been given only months to live by doctors. "We're beyond heartbroken," her mother said.
"I can't help but wonder whether our situation would have changed if he had been diagnosed earlier," Krunal Sharma's wife, Nimisha, said.
Anesu Gumbo underwent intense chemotherapy for leukaemia that left him fighting for his life in intensive care.
"It started off with his kidney, and now it's in nearly every bone in his body," the boy's grandmother said.
Harley Barnbrook was a keen soccer player with an "infectious personality" who was "loved by many of his teammates."
Though researchers said that the therapy is still considered extremely risky, the procedure could eventually be part of a therapy that is safe for the masses.
Two new outbreaks were reported just days after the U.S. ordered nearly 30,000 turkeys to be euthanized for testing positive for the disease.
"Raccoons get into lots of different situations because they're naturally inquisitive and intelligent," WEST President Beth Kelly told Newsweek.
Cuban treefrogs have been found to be a new host of parasitic nematode that causes the deadly disease.
Around 400 children and teens are diagnosed with osteosarcoma—a type of bone cancer—every year in the United States.
Sophie Collins, who died of breast cancer, was described as "inspirational" by her brother who said she had "touched so many lives."
The mother of Rhys Langford, who has been told he only has months to live, said: "Our hearts are bursting with pride."
Hannah Catton had a tumor measuring nearly 8 inches across removed after she collapsed due to acute pain while she was out horseback riding.
Phil Hawthorne, 36, from Glasgow, Scotland, was diagnosed with bowel cancer after experiencing several months of back pain.
Three porcupines in the Bar Harbor area have already died from Skunk Adenovirus 1, or SkAdV-1, a virus that was first seen in Canada.
Saget, who was found dead January 9, once said of scleroderma: "It is incredibly painful to have a loved one experience a condition like this."
Explosive growth in "ultra-processed" foods that bear little resemblance to anything natural is behind a panoply of diseases. Policymakers are taking notice
Scientists found that a new combination adjuvant may boost the effectiveness of a number of inoculations.
"You could almost set your watch by it," said the 5-year-old's father, Phil Gidman. "At 6 a.m. every morning he'd wake up, vomit and then go about his usual day."
Although the man didn't think he had been bitten or scratched, he did come into close contact with an infected bat, authorities said.
Ryder Washington from Michigan, who was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome, is now looking for a bone marrow donor.