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Childhood Brain Tumors: Staging and Prognosis Factors

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Childhood Brain Tumor Cancer – Stages and Prognosis When discussing childhood cancer, we often hear about the “stage” of the cancer. What does that mean,

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Colton R.

Meet Colton, a Super Mario collector and identical twin brother to Jaiden. He loved watching Spongebob and wanted to be a chef when he grew

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Potential Treatment Options for Childhood Brain Tumors

Potential Treatment Options for Childhood Brain Tumors

Childhood Brain Cancer Treatment   The brain is the “command center” for our entire central nervous system, yet despite its critical role in every aspect

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After Treatment – Living as a survivor of Childhood Spinal Cord Cancer

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Treating Tumors of the Central Nervous System, including Spinal Cord Tumors Taken together, the brain and the spinal cord make up what is known as

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Kyler

Meet Kyler, a monster truck loving, lego building typical 4-year-old who has been diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic B-Cell Leukemia. In October 2017, Kyler started having

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Abby

Meet Abby, a 7-year-old childhood cancer warrior and artist at heart. Her sweet and determined disposition have helped her fight for her life against Medulloblastoma. 

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What is the expected prognosis for a child with a spinal cord tumor?

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Before beginning a discussion of general statistics relating to spinal cord tumors, it is important to note up front several key issues. First, oncologists do

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Taylor

Meet Taylor, 16-year-old ambitious designer and entrepreneur. Taylor was determined to live life to the fullest, and wanted to be known as “a kid with

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Nicholas DaSilva

Meet Nicholas, a 10-year-old who fought and beat Non-Hodgkin’s Burkitt’s Lymphoma. During the second week of Kindergarten in September 2013, Nicholas started complaining of extreme

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American Childhood Cancer Organization Applauds Increased Funding for Childhood Cancer Treatment Pledge in State of the Union

February 6, 2019 – Washington, D.C. – The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) today released the following statement from CEO Ruth Hoffman on President Trump’s

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