How Stage 4 Cancer Changed Me as a Tattoo Artist
Sue Jeiven is a tattoo artist in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. She's also living with Stage 4 breast cancer. We met her to talk about her work, her life, and her art serving as her legacy.
VICE Canada Reports
Welcome to Poole's Land, an Anarchist Commune in the Canadian Rainforest
VICE’s Manisha Krishnan traveled to Poole's Land, a remote oceanside community where young people live in anarchy, to figure out why they decided to move there and try out the lifestyle for herself.
VICE News Specials
Holiday in Chernobyl: Tourism in the Exclusion Zone
30 years after the Chernobyl disaster, VICE News finds tourism is booming in the exclusion zone.
Dr. Lucy Kalanithi on Coping with Loss and Grief
Dr. Lucy Kalanithi is a physician, a mother, and a widow. Her late husband, Dr. Paul Kalanithi, died in 2015 at age 37.
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Cerebral palsy patients are spending thousands on unproven stem cell therapies
VICE News follows a patient undergoing stem-cell therapy
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Colombia's Cocaine Paradox: Coca Crops vs. Cancer Risks
Colombia’s new peace deal with the country’s largest rebel group may lead to farmers who grow coca, the plant used to manufacture cocaine.
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Ericka Hart: Cancer
Let’s talk about being kind to ourselves.
Canada's Medical Marijuana Program Is Hurting Patients
Can Cannabis Cure?
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The next big thing in medical marijuana might be cancer therapy. But with little hard evidence, families whose kids have cancer are taking matters into their own hands.
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Medical marijuana is legal in 20 states and the District of Columbia, but there are still use cases that are very controversial, like medical marijuana for children.
Turning Living Cells Into Art | Vik Muniz and Tal Danino's
This bio and art collaboration features striking images produced from microscopic photos of bacteria, cells infected with viruses, and cancer cells.
VICE News Specials
The Sloths That Could Cure Cancer: Bio-Prospecting in Panama
Is the answer hidden in their mossy sloth fur?