A Michigan woman who pleaded no contest to pulling off a cancer scam has been sentenced to one year in jail that will be served at the same time as another prison sentence.
“Basically they gave us free rein to take whatever was of any value …”
A woman who for years claimed she had end-stage cancer pleaded no contest to fraud in a scheme that had brought her widespread sympathy and financial support.
Karmanos Cancer Center has a gift idea that will keep on giving, long after the holidays are over.
The jury took less than 30 minutes to convict Sara Ylen of falsely accusing two men of rape.
Tolera Therapeutics Inc., a pharma startup developing a novel T-cell targeted therapeutic platform, announced Tuesday that it has appointed Ashleigh Palmer as president, CEO and a member of its board.
The charges just keep piling up for the Oakland County cancer doctor accused of giving chemotherapy to patients who didn’t need it.
Beaumont Dr. Jessie Wobb says instead of treating partial breast radiation over a series of weeks — she can do it in just five days.
Only the gift of life from a stranger can help Syndney beat leukemia and for all.
“I’m just baffled. Is she the biggest con artist in the state of Michigan or the victim?”