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Guest Blog: Children Shouldn’t Run Out of Options

After multiple relapses of Medulloblastoma, brain cancer, our hearts have been unable to recover after hearing the life-altering words from our oncologist that there were no more treatment options available for our then ten-year-old daughter who had been fighting brain cancer since she was six years old and a Kindergartner. She has fought hard after […]

CCAM Guest Blog: Luke’s Story

 ‘Your son has an egg sized tumor on his brain’. These are the words I heard on August 1, 2016, and these are the words no parent ever thinks they will hear. Seven days prior, my then 15-month old son, Luke, had woken in the morning and vomited. My husband and I thought he […]

From the CEO’s Desk: Join Us In Recognizing Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Every September, we join with friends across the cancer community in recognizing and honoring our most vulnerable cancer patients: kids. Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is a yearly reminder of the sacrifices and struggles that children and their families face after a cancer diagnosis, as well as the triumphs, achievements, and spirit of these brave […]

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