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September 2017 in our Capitol

Updated 9/5/2017 In our nation’s Capitol, September will be full of activities that will highlight the need for more medical research and opportunities for us to show that we are One Voice Against Childhood Cancer. Together, we are asking our … Continue reading

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As Our Children Wait – Part 4, Conclusion

The rate of childhood cancer has been escalating since the 1970’s, today 1 in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 20. Our children continue to die, suffer and be irreparably harmed and all the while, … Continue reading

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Hope

From his perspective, my then 10 year-old grandson Conor has always had a somewhat normal childhood. He lives in California, is good in school, a cool blond-headed surfer dude and a wild and radical skateboarder. In fact, I am amazed … Continue reading

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September – #ChildhoodCancerChallenge

This will be PAC2’s 7th September, aka National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Starting virtually unaware, except for the worst fact about childhood cancer, over the years we’ve learned that the research funding for all cancers is not the same, and … Continue reading

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