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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Brain Tumors in Children?

Brain Tumors When classed together in a single grouping, cancers in the brain and spinal cord are the second most common type of childhood cancer

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Grace

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Meet Grace – a sweet and spirited 9 year old and one of our Ambassadors for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Grace is a generous and

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Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention of Childhood Brain Tumor Cancer

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Why do some children develop brain tumors? Any time a child is diagnosed with a brain tumor or other type of cancer, the most obvious

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Childhood Brain Tumor Cancers – Detection and Diagnosis

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About Childhood Brain Tumors After leukemia, brain tumors (including spinal cord tumors) are the second-most common type of cancer in children, accounting for about 25%

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Gold Ribbon Hero – Pedro

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Meet Pedro, a 5-year-old warrior turning 6 this December. Pedro is one of three children in the Curiel family and is suffering from T Cell

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American Childhood Cancer Organization Applauds World Health Organization’s New Global Childhood Cancer Initiative

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 28, 2018 – Washington, D.C. – The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), the soleU.S. member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI)

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Golden Ribbon Hero: Beckham

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Currently being treated for Stage 4 Neuroblastoma Meet Beckham, one of our ambassadors for the month of September. He is a goofy 8 year old

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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

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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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