Contact Us | Location
[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]

Blog

Life as a Survivor of a Childhood Brain Tumor or Spinal Cord Tumor

After Treatment    The central nervous system—including the brain and the spinal cord—grows and develops very quickly during childhood. This rapid rate of growth and

Tagged with:
Posted in Childhood Cancer

Gold Ribbon Hero: Kirby

Meet Kirby: a tenacious 4-year-old who BEAT cancer! ACCO initially met his mom, Sonnie, when she commented on an Instagram post. Forging a relationship with

Posted in Childhood Cancer

What is the expected life span of Childhood Brain Tumor Cancer?

Brain tumors “What is my child’s prognosis?” This seemingly simple but critical question is often among the first that parents will ask their child’s oncologist

Tagged with:
Posted in Childhood Cancer

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

Tagged with:
Posted in Childhood Cancer

Gold Ribbon Hero: Grace

grace1

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

Tagged with: , , , , , , ,
Posted in Awareness, Childhood Cancer, Gold Ribbon Hero

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

Why do some children develop brain tumors

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

Tagged with:
Posted in Childhood Cancer

Childhood Brain Tumor Cancers – Detection and Diagnosis

Childhood Brain Tumor Cancers Detection Diagnosis

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%

Tagged with:
Posted in Childhood Cancer

Gold Ribbon Hero – Pedro

Pedro

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

Tagged with:
Posted in Gold Ribbon Hero

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

0-5

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

Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,
Posted in Awareness, Campaign, Childhood Cancer, Latest News, News

Golden Ribbon Hero: Beckham

Beckham_066

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

Tagged with: ,
Posted in Gold Ribbon Hero