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Golden Ribbon Hero – Braeden

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Meet Braeden or “Brae” as his mom lovingly calls him. He’s a three year old,  fun-loving “ladies man” who is wise beyond his years. Brae’s

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American Childhood Cancer Organization poses the question ‘Why Not Kids?’

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New initiative seeks to address the disparity between state budget allocations for adult cancer research and pediatric cancer FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 20, 2018 –

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After Treatment – Living as a Childhood Leukemia Survivor

Living as a Survivor of Childhood Leukemia There are nearly 5,000 new diagnoses of childhood leukemia every year in the United States, making this so-called

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What is the expected lifespan of a child with leukemia?

Long-Term Prognosis and Survival Rates for Childhood Leukemia Before beginning any discussion of prognosis and long-term survival for anyone with childhood cancer, including leukemia, it

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Largest Childhood Cancer Icon Ever

Amazon + ACCO 2018 American Childhood Cancer Organization and Amazon Unveil Largest Childhood Cancer Icon Ever Amazon provides funding for policy initiative to overcome the disparity

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Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention of Childhood Leukemia Cancer

What Causes Childhood Leukemia? Both major types of childhood leukemia—Acute lymphocytic (lymphoblastic) leukemia (ALL) and Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML)—begin in the bone marrow, the soft

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What are the signs and symptoms of Childhood Leukemia Cancer?

About Childhood Leukemia Cancer Leukemia is the most common form of childhood cancer today, accounting for nearly one-third of all childhood cancer diagnoses in the

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After Treatment—Living as a Childhood Neuroblastoma Cancer Survivor

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Living as a Childhood Neuroblastoma Survivor Treatment for neuroblastoma can be long, difficult, and traumatic, not only for the patient but also for friends and

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About Childhood Leukemia, Detection and Diagnosis

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Childhood Leukemia Nearly one-third of all children and teens with cancer are diagnosed with childhood leukemia, making this form of childhood cancer by far the

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What is the expected life span of Childhood Neuroblastoma Cancer

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  Statistics on Five-Year Survival Rates for Children with Neuroblastoma Any discussion of prognosis or outlook is usually based on five-year survival rates, or the

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