Medical College of Wisconsin studying cancer disparities

MILWAUKEE — The Medical College of Wisconsin is looking for ways to fight racial disparity in cancer deaths in the state.Black residents in Wisconsin get cancer at a 22 percent higher rate than do white residents, according to the National Cancer Institute.Factors leading to cancer disparities for African Americans include stress, income, lifestyle and poor diet.

Man battling aggressive cancer gets final wish of one last motorcycle ride

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - At 57 years old, Craig Brunner says many of his favorite memories took place on his bike."I just miss being on the motorcycle, miss our trips, miss that open air," his wife, Diane Brunner, told WDAF.After being diagnosed with an aggressive cancer, he was forced to stay off his motorcycle.