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Spreading Kisses for Ken

When Tama Cobb’s nephew Kenny was just a little boy, he was drawn to the number 18. Like many young children, Kenny was incredulous to the larger world around him. “The biggest number to him was 18,” says Tama. “He used to say “I love you 18.’” It was cute and endearing and a little […]

Guest Blog: Cancer Did Not – and Will Not – Win

Adrienne Wilk is a volunteer advocate for the National Brain Tumor Society. She serves as the State Lead Advocate for Tennessee, and also takes part in a number of fundraising activities for the National Brain Tumor Society. One can browse the local section of a newspaper on any given day and see numerous obituaries written […]

Progress for Pediatrics

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. I never imagined that my daughter, one of my children, could get a brain tumor… -Natalie Walsh Natalie Walsh is a mother of three and shared with us the story of her daughter, Daisy. Please watch the video:   For kids like Daisy, and the thousands of other children diagnosed […]

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