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Gold Ribbon Hero Kylee D

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Kylee was just 10 months when diagnosed with ALL Leukemia and has been undergoing treatment since August 27th 2014 . It has been heart wrenching to watch her and her parents go Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Clayton E

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Clayton is 21 months old and is fighting Retinoblastoma, a rare type of eye cancer found in children.  He was diagnosed with this disease on June 18th and on June 24th had Read more ›


February 4-5, 2015, Workshop Summary                 DOWNLOAD WORKSHOP SUMMARY PDF DIVISION OF CANCER TREATMENT AND DIAGNOSIS AND THE OFFICE OF CANCER GENOMICS, NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE For more information about the American Childhood Cancer Organization Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Kayden H

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Kayden is my 4 yr old grandson who was diagnosed with cancer about 6 months ago and the chemo really gets him down but through the pain he still smiles and tells Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Jordan B

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Jordan is an extraordinary child.  After being diagnosed with ALL, his first question was “Am I going to die”, my immediate response was “no baby, God will see you through this”.  Jordan Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Kendyl F

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: KENDYL has the biggest heart. She is a 14 year neroblastoma survivor.  She was 14 months old when the doctors found her tumor. And she had been a fighter ever since. She Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Trey L

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Trey’s parents, Mike and Missy Love, were told when he was 4 and had a stroke that the neuroblastoma was back and they should begin to say goodbye to their son. He Read more ›

Gold Ribbon Hero Kelly K

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Ms. Kelly has been our son’s oncology nurse practitioner since the day he was air lifted to Comers Childrens Hospital with an inoperable brain tumor. Kelly called often to check in Daniel Read more ›

Children Diagnosed With Cancer: Dealing with Diagnosis

Dealing with a Cancer Diagnosis In the briefest space of time, in the time it takes to say just four little words, the normal, hectic, everyday life of a family can so easily be turned upside down.  Hearing those four Read more ›

Cancer in Children

When we hear the word “cancer”, most of us immediately think of adult cancers, the ones at the center of glamorous media campaigns, well-publicized fundraising drives, and focused research efforts, such as breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, Read more ›