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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
Why is it important for the teams, drivers and fans of the motorsports racing communities such as NASCAR, NHRA, IndyCar, WoO, IMSA and others to display “Gold in September?” Because motorsports races are, as a whole, the No. 1 spectator … Continue reading
Dear American Cancer Society, Good evening. I have always been appreciative of the work and research that the American Cancer Society funds. While I have always researched the organizations I support, it was not until recently that I decided to … Continue reading
A mother noticed that her six year-old son’s eyelids were not closing normally and when he walked, he was slightly off balance. A few days later, his parents’ worst nightmare became a reality; they were told that their son has … Continue reading
Five weeks ago I set out to create what I think is part of the road map for the issues facing the fight against childhood cancer, and the areas I feel could provide gains on this road. The truth is, … Continue reading
From my earliest entree into blogging in my daughter Alexis’ journal, I learned quickly that the childhood cancer community was a very disorganized and dis-unified group of entities and individuals who all had the same ultimate goal: a cure. I always … Continue reading
My grandson, at 15 months of age, was diagnosed with high risk neuroblastoma. He is a survivor. Although, he endured an incredible six year long journey, this story is not about him, his family, the changes in their lives, or … Continue reading
About this time last year, I was working on forming a reunion of people who had worked at Roses Stores, a southeastern chain of discount stores. Out of the blue, I walked back into Marion, VA, a wonderful small town … Continue reading
Lane Goodwin was known around the world for his struggle and the thumbs up attitude he displayed in his fight against cancer. Unfortunately, Lane lost his battle in October of 2012. When he died, he was only 13, and he … Continue reading
Dear Mr. President: Monday January 21, 2013 marks the day you took the oath of office for the second time. Many challenges now face you as you are sworn in for your second and final term as President of the … Continue reading
Want to spread the word about how rare childhood cancer is? Even if you are afraid to talk in front of a group of people, you can do this without giving a big speech! This is how to give an … Continue reading
The popular self-help author and motivational speaker, Tony Robbins, once said, “By changing nothing, nothing changes.” A simple statement yet shadowed with profound wisdom. Through immersing myself in the childhood cancer community, at the tender age of seventeen, I, Khadesha … Continue reading
To truly understand the problems with development of drugs specific to childhood cancer, and rare disease in general, examine the FDA’s Therapeutic Development Pipeline below. The pipeline represents the normal development of an average drug. The average successful drug will … Continue reading