Getting Results with the "Warrior Method"

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month happening now, Author and Cancer Survivor Bershan Shaw joins Good Day Charlotte about her method she uses that changed her life around.

Carolina Breast Friends

Two-time breast cancer survivor Charmaine Tyson from Carolina Breast Friends along with AR Workshop co-owners Maureen Anders and Adria Ruff previews the Chunky Knit Blanket Workshop Wednesday.

Getting results to beat childhood cancer

Photographer Darren Bowen and Santa Claus join Good Day Charlotte Anchor Jason Harper to talk about how they're joining forces to help get results and beat childhood cancer.

Team Ally Foundation

Ally Davis and her father Preston talk about her journey as she battles leukemia lymphoma.

Swim Across America

Swim Across America CEO Rob Butcher and swim coach Patty Waldron has details on how you can get results for cancer with taking a swim.

Hoppin' Helps

Rich Moyer and Scotty Kent give details about upcoming silent auction Hoppin' Helps, a benefit event for 3-year-old Mackenzie Lynn baron who was diagnosed with a rare brain cancer.

Pancreatic Cancer

Novant health Oncologist Dr. Nasfat Shehadeh gives us details on pancreatic cancer following the diagnosis of "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek.

Pink Bow Rally

Jacque Farrell-Mulholland visits Good Day Charlotte to tell us about Pink Bow Rally on November 2nd at Ballantyne Country Club.

Angel in Disguise

Angela Baker, owner of Angel in Disguise, talks about battling breast cancer and her non-profit that helps people struggling with the same issues.

Fortika Coffee Company

David and Alex Brogan stop by Good Day Charlotte to talk about their coffee business that is getting results for childhood cancer.

Bring it 4 Braylon Foundation

Good Day Charlotte's Howard Monroe and Rochelle Metzger talk with Braylon Beam and Jon Grenier from Dunkin' Donuts about a Braylon-themed donut.

CPCC cosmetology student makes wigs for cancer survivors

Casey Sprattwilks is a student in the cosmetology program at Central Piedmont Community College. He and his classmates are getting results by donating 32 wigs to the American Cancer Society, in partnership with Look Good Feel Better.