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Gold Ribbon Hero: Eva

Meet Eva, a forever 7 year old medulloblastoma warrior. Eva was a girly girl who always had her nails painted, loved playing with her brother

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Jericho

Meet Jericho, a 4 year old B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia warrior. At just 3 years old, Jericho was experiencing a swollen, bruised and spotted stomach accompanied by

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What Life Looks Like for Childhood Cancer Survivors

More than 1,300 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer this month alone. With the treatments available today, 4 out of 5 of

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Gold Ribbon Hero: David Jr.

Meet David, an adventurous 8-year-old DIPG warrior. He is a bear cub scout and a roller coaster enthusiast with a zest for life! David Jr.’s

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Haven

Meet Haven, a brave cancer warrior that was taken too soon. Haven fought a long battle with B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) for almost five

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Pryce

Meet Pryce, a soon to be 5 year old, cancer warrior. He loves legos, coloring and of course, his brothers and sisters. ACCO was lucky

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Why Diseases Like COVID-19 Are Scary for the Childhood Cancer Community

Over the past several weeks, millions of Americans have had their lives turned upside down. Schools and offices are closed. Weddings and vacations are cancelled.

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Harper

Meet Harper – a fierce 3-year-old childhood cancer warrior. Harper loves all things pink and loves to dance!  In June 2017, Harper was not feeling

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Anastasia

Meet Anastasia, a sweet 3 year old with aggressive optic nerve glioma.  When Ana was just two years old, she was completely blind.  Anastasia’s mom,

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Brain Tumors in Children

Brain tumors in children make up about 15% of pediatric cancers. They are the second most common cancer in children, after childhood leukemias. The most

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