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Gold Ribbon Hero: Hunter

Meet Hunter, an aspiring engineer and Ewing’s Sarcoma warrior.  When Hunter was 7 years old, he began complaining of pain when he went to the

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Julia

Meet Julia, a Ewing’s Sarcoma warrior who loves to go camping! Three days before her ninth birthday, Julia was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma. After more

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Taylor

Meet Taylor, a 9 year old alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma warrior.  In January 2020, Taylor’s mother, Amber noticed a lump on her right hand and decided to

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Bone Cancer in Children

Bone cancer is one of the most common types of childhood cancer, accounting for about 5% of all childhood cancers. Bone cancers can form in

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Gold Ribbon Hero: CJ

Meet CJ, a 10 year old alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma warrior. “It’s been a very long road” says Stephanie, CJ’s mother. CJ was first diagnosed in September

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Grayce

Meet Grayce, a 14 year old medulloblastoma survivor! Grayce was taken to the optometrist when she developed blurred and double vision. Her eye doctor ran

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10 Gifts Dad will LOVE this Father’s Day

                                            We hope everyone

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Kimberly

Meet Kimberly, a forever 16 year old stage 4 rhabdomyosarcoma hero. In June of 2018, Kimberly started to complain of back pain, so her parents

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Jace

  Meet Jace, a Kansas State University student and DIPG warrior. On May 17, 2019, Jace was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor which helped

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What’s Needed to Improve Pediatric Cancer Treatment

Pediatric cancer treatment has come a long way in the last century. Back in the 1950s, a childhood cancer diagnosis was almost always fatal. But

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