Tag Archives: AML

Survivor 2nd Edition

In our first edition of Survivor, we followed a typical group of 36 kids that were diagnosed on one day with childhood cancer. We used 36 kids because when the first article was written, in the United States, on average … Continue reading

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National Cancer Survivor’s Day

National Cancer Survivor’s Day is a day of celebratory status for many children and their families across the world. This day should be celebrated to the extreme! Parties all over should be held. Families should hug and rejoice in their … Continue reading

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One Son and Two Cancers: A journey, a lesson, a mission

This story will introduce you to the AYA community.  AYA stands for Adolescent, and Young Adult.  Because it is nestled between children and adults, this population of cancer patients is often overlooked and underserved.  It does not get the attention … Continue reading

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We are Soldiers of Cancer

Behind every soldier there is a family who makes sacrifices so their spouse, father or mother can serve our great country.  Ryan’s family is one such family.  Even in the shadow of pain and adversity, they are giving back to … Continue reading

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