It's the look that's got everyone buzzing!
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This might be the most truly inspiring thing we've heard in a long time.
We shared with you a little bit of news about Brittany Maynard on our Facebook page yesterday, but now, we have even more information on the 29-year-old's decision to undergo death with dignity.
Brittany was diagnosed with a stage 4 glioblastoma brain tumor, and was given only six months to live back in April.
After researching her cancer and speaking with doctors, the newlywed decided that next month, she will use a doctor's prescription to end her life, which is not the same as committing suicide.
This… could be game changing.
Scientists have found a berry that has cancer-fighting properties!!
The berry is from the blushwood tree, and it only grows in Far North Queensland, Australia.
Dr. Glen Boyle led an eight-year-long study on the berry and its amazing ability to kill tumors. He said:
Over the years, Morrissey has gained a bit of a reputation for his outspokenness and his sometimes unorthodox behavior, so when he canceled a string of tour dates earlier this year some assumed he was simply acting out.
However, the iconic singer of The Smiths recently revealed that he has been battling cancer for the past year and a half.
Does the "no crying in baseball" rule also apply to basketball, because this story is giving us ALL the feels!
5-year-old JP Gibson didn't let his battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia keep him from becoming one of the biggest stars in the NBA last night when he made his debut for the Utah Jazz!
The pint-sized basketballer's wish was granted as he got a chance to play for his favorite team after the Jazz offered him a 1-day contract, which he gladly signed with a crayon!
We've been following the story of the Cincinnati Bengals signing Devon Still to its practice squad in order for him to afford his daughter Leah's medical bills, but this latest update might be the most heartwarming so far!
Devon is a defensive tackle for the Bengals, and was at their game against the New England Patriots yesterday, when he received a gift that completely caught him off guard.
When the Pats' cheerleaders took the field, they weren't wearing their normal red, white, and blue numbers… they were, instead, all rocking Devon's orange and black '75' jersey, in support of his four-year-old daughter!