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- Jace Ward’s Friends Can’t Wait
- New Kids First Research Act 2.0 HR 623 introduced
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- Collaboration to Cure Medulloblastoma
- Two Little Words
- 4 TIMER
- Turn Away… You may not want to hear this
- How can a baby be a hero?
- Cord Blood, a life line
- CAVATICA Genomics Data Sharing
- The Cancer Moonshot: Are Our Kids Stepping on the Moon Too?
- Broken Trust
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In our world, when something is considered to be rare, it usually denotes that it has value. Everyone would agree that the Hope Diamond and Leonardo De Vinci’s Mona Lisa, painted in the 16th century, is rare and very valuable. … Continue reading
We will remember our friend Jace as a wonderful, positive, fun loving, selfless guy who enjoyed life, loved his friends, his family and his God. To some, he may be remembered as an outstanding national advocate for DIPG research, or … Continue reading
Washington, DC — Today, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-VA-10) introduced the bipartisan Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act 2.0. The legislation would provide a new source of funding for the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric Research Program (Kids First) … Continue reading
Does this coronavirus scare you? I’m concerned because I’m one of those you have heard about. I’m in the “most vulnerable group” (MVG). I’m retired, a grandparent and will be 75 in a few weeks, a congestive heart failure patient … Continue reading
Most kids are out of school. Joe Gibbs Racing Facebook page recently asked kids to color a car and post it on Facebook. We thought it was a great idea and wanted to extend it to kids fighting childhood cancer. … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: In recognition of Brain Cancer Awareness Month, we are publishing an article that was reported in the April 24, 2019 ASCO Daily News. It highlights the massive collaborative efforts by private foundations such as the Carson Leslie … Continue reading
Two words that are used most when people contact Members of the House or Senate are: “I want,” and “I need.” Representatives and Senators hear them everyday. The two words they seldom hear are “Thank You.” This year alone, Congress … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Most times, when you meet someone for the first time, either in person or digitally, you never know which road they used to come into your life. Rachel Edwards certainly used the road less traveled when she came … Continue reading
About eleven years ago, I was with my middle daughter, JoAnna Baber on our overnight shift at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA watching over my 18 month old grandson and her nephew, Conor after he had lifesaving surgery … Continue reading
Yes! A baby can be a hero! Babies are saving lives with their life saving cord blood stem cells. These miracle cells are currently being used to treat and cure more than 80 life-threatening illnesses, including many cancers, immune deficiencies … Continue reading
We are living in truly amazing times as scientists are just beginning to understand the power of stem cells. In particular, cord blood stem cells are providing new hope to cancer patients throughout the world. At Save the Cord Foundation, … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: CAVATICA completed Beta testing and went live on October 17, 2016. This is a huge step in the right direction to eliminate silos of data and enter a new world of data sharing. The complete story can bed … Continue reading
I just can’t believe what I read the other day and what I am about to write about right now. This about trust—trust between patients and their healthcare providers. This is about trust that is being broken. What I read: … Continue reading
President Obama called for an end to cancer in his State of the Union Address to the nation this year. He tasked his own Vice President with the job and since then the buzz word “Moonshot” has offered renewed hope … Continue reading
I spent a brrrrrr cold Thursday afternoon in Philadelphia, at a Cancer Precision Medicine Conference in Philadelphia, hosted by the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) and the Philadelphia Media Network. It was the first time that representatives from 6 … Continue reading
Natalia Sofia is a childhood cancer survivor. Two years ago, she was only eight years old and diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma of her femur. She has endured surgery, intense chemotherapies and radiation treatments. She suffers from side effects of … Continue reading
Last night I went to a bereavement group. It’s for parents that have had a child die. I actually like to go to these meetings. There are no pretenses. We are all walking down the same path. We understand each … Continue reading