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Gold Ribbon Hero: Dana

Meet Dana, a fearless forever stage IV ganglioglioma warrior. Dana was a normal 11 year old when she was diagnosed with brain cancer. After attending

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Mighty Mason

Meet Mighty Mason, a 5 year old neuroblastoma warrior! When Mason started experiencing headaches and vomiting at three years old, his parents knew something wasn’t

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Adalyn

Meet Adalyn, an 8 year old Wilms’ tumor survivor!  When Adalyn (Addy) was 2 years old, blood was found in her diaper and complained of

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Rory

Meet Rory, an animal loving neuroblastoma survivor! During Rory’s second birthday party, a friend noticed that Rory’s eyes were two different colors of blue. At

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Thank You Partners

The American Childhood Cancer Organization would like to thank our generous corporate partners who helped further our mission in 2020! Together, through 2020, we continued

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Caston

Meet Caston, a 3 year old superhero loving stage 3 neuroblastoma warrior. After finding a bend in his spine, Caston’s parents took him to the

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Mariangel

Meet Mariangel, an acute lymphoblastic leukemia warrior!   Mariangel was in pain and lost her appetite. She refused to play with friends and siblings and

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Ethan C

Meet Ethan, a 13 year old Ewing’s Sarcoma warrior! When Ethan started limping because of hip pain and swelling, his parents took him to his

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Juanita

Meet Juanita, an ambitious ALL survivor! When Juanita was 10 years old, she started experiencing pain in her leg. Her parents quickly took her to

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How is Childhood Cancer Different from Adult Cancer?

Cancer can strike at any age, from infancy through adulthood. But the cancers that affect children are unique in several key ways. Here’s a breakdown

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