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Give hope this holiday season and donate to the American Childhood Cancer Organization. Your tax deductible donation will help a family facing a childhood cancer diagnosis.

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Dear ACCO Family,

The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) stands proudly at the forefront of the fight against childhood cancer, continuing our efforts to bring comfort and support to children with cancer and their families throughout their journey.


Celebrate with us!

This year through social media we connected more than 126,000 individual family members, survivors, and supporters with our ever-expanding ACCO family. In the past two years, we were able to deliver more than 77,000 individual items free of charge across the United States! Our 2016 Go Gold for Kids with Cancer® t-shirt campaigns raised more awareness than we could have ever imagined, with more than 14,500 shirts, honoring the names of 9,496 children who have suffered from childhood cancer, proudly bringing awareness of childhood cancer right into the heart of your local communities.

girl-pointing-to-cozySupport families with us!

Moms like Miriam Matz and Wendy Brown reassure us that our organization must keep fighting childhood cancer alongside families all over the United States.

“My 6 year old LOVES the book Chemo, Craziness and Comfort and has been reading it and re-reading it since diagnosis when she was still 5. It is just perfect for her…” – Eliana’s mom

“I was a desperate FOSTER mom looking for answers and support – now that child is my adopted child, and I still need answers and support. ACCO was one of the FIRST resources I found, and continues to be my ‘go to’ place for sharing with others.” Asher’s mom

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Advocacy has been at the heart of our mission since our founding in 1970! This past year ACCO has continued to raise our collective voice in supporting the passing of the STAR (Survivorship, Treatment, Access and Research) ACT. This bill will ensure increased funding for childhood cancer research so that all children diagnosed have hope for a cure. ACCO knows that childhood cancer doesn’t end at America’s borders. Children around the world suffer from this disease but sadly less than 10% of those children diagnosed in low income countries survive. ACCO is proud to be the U.S. organization represented on Childhood Cancer International and work alongside the World Health Organization to reduce childhood cancer mortality for all children diagnosed with cancer regardless of where they live in the world.

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The demand for our awareness and community programs has rapidly grown, and in order to accommodate the many people partnering with us, we have added two new staff members to our team! This addition, along with a larger office space will allow our programs to continue expanding with the support of communities from coast to coast. Our mission won’t end until these learning resources and support are no longer needed. Only through the generosity of individuals, like you, can we continue to impact the lives of cancer’s littlest patients.

Thank you for your consideration to help raise awareness about childhood cancer and to help ACCO provide national and international advocacy, support, and essential learning resources to children and their families.

Grateful for your support…Because Kids Can’t Fight Cancer Alone®

 

Ruth I Hoffman MPH
Executive Director

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About American Childhood Cancer Organization

American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families navigate the difficult journey from cancer diagnosis through survivorship. Internationally, ACCO is the sole U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world. Here in the United States, ACCO promotes the critical importance of ensuring continued funding into new and better treatment protocols for childhood cancer.  And most importantly, ACCO is focused on the children: developing and providing educational tools for children fighting cancer and their families, empowering them in their understanding of childhood cancer and the medical decisions they must make during this difficult journey. All of ACCO’s resources are available free of charge for families coping with childhood cancer.

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

Sofía and her family share their story at Rock Bottom Breweries to help us Go Gold® for the Holidays!

Go Gold® for the Holidays!

sophia2We would like to thank Sofía and her family for joining us on Wednesday, December 7 for Colorado Rock Bottom Brewery’s public PJammin’® event to raise awareness of and support for childhood cancer. Sofía is currently undergoing her second round of treatment for kidney cancer, and we are so thankful that during this difficult time, she and her family took the time to participate in this important event and share their story with us! The December 7 PJammin’® event at Rock Bottom Downtown Denver was part of Go Gold® for the Holidays, a fundraising event organized by CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries, Inc. to support ACCO and families, like Sofía’s, battling childhood cancer. Go Gold® for the Holidays continues at all Rock Bottom Restaurants in Colorado through December 31!

Sofía’s Story: Wilms Tumor

Sofía’s cancer journey began in April 2015 when she began complaining of stomach pains. At first, her parents believed it to be a stomach bug, so common with school-aged children, until one evening when the seven-year-old showed them a hard lump in her stomach. Initial scans revealed every parent’s worst nightmare: a tumor growing in her kidney. Sofía was immediately transferred to a larger medical center for surgery to biopsy and remove the tumor.

The surgery revealed that Sofía had Wilms tumor, a rare type of cancer that grows in the kidney. Wilms tumor is diagnosed in only about 500 children every year, most often in children under the age of six. In Sofía’s case, the tumor had spread to her lymph nodes as well (Stage III). Sofía began a six-month regime of chemotherapy and radiation immediately at a hospital near her home in Steamboat Springs. Although the treatment was difficult—radiation, for example, required that Sofía sit still and alone inside the treatment room while the radiation was targeted at her young body—it was successful. Sofía was declared “cancer free”!

“Scanxiety”…and Relapse

For the next year, Sofía underwent routine x-rays and CT scans to verify that the tumor had not returned. As with many families who have fought childhood cancer, these scans are a source of great anxiety, or “scanxiety” as it is sometimes called. And after clear scans for over a year, in late November 2016, Sofía’s parents were given the news they had been dreading: the Wilms tumor had returned. Worse yet, the CT scan showed two nodules on her lung; the cancer had metastasized, making it a Stage IV cancer. Due to the increased severity of this reoccurrence, Sofía now must travel to Denver for chemotherapy and radiation. This current round of treatment is expected to last for five months, and will include several rounds of chemotherapy each lasting four days, as well as whole lung radiation.

Still, despite this setback, Sofía’s oncology team is hopeful that her young, strong body will respond positively to this treatment protocol. She has now completed two rounds of chemotherapy, and although she is coping with the typical side effects of chemotherapy—lack of appetite and fatigue, for instance, as well as a compromised immune system—she has also been able to enjoy some normal childhood activities. She enjoys returning to her friends and activities at school whenever her energy levels and immune system sensitivities allow her to, and loves playing with her siblings every chance she gets.

Thanks to you, Sofía, and your family, the wonderful people who participated in this incredible event now have a greater understanding of just what a terrible toll this disease takes on children, siblings, and families alike but also just how brave, strong, and courageous a childhood cancer warrior really is! Thank you for taking the time to share your story with us.

About the American Childhood Cancer Organization

The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families navigate the difficult journey from cancer diagnosis through survivorship. Internationally, the ACCO is the sole US member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world. Here in the United States, the ACCO promotes the critical importance of ensuring continued funding into new and better treatment protocols for childhood cancer.  And most importantly, the ACCO is focused on the children: developing and providing educational tools for children fighting cancer and their families, empowering them in their understanding of childhood cancer and the medical decisions they must make during this difficult journey. All of ACCO’s resources are available free of charge for families coping with childhood cancer.

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

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Rock Bottom Hope4Heroes PJammin Events


PJammin’ in Colorado: An Amazing Two Nights at Rock Bottom Breweries!

Wow, what an incredible two evenings at Rock Bottom Breweries in Colorado last week! ACCO would like to thank everyone who helped to make these two amazing PJammin’® events—at Rock Bottom Westminster on December 6 and Rock Bottom Downtown Denver on December 7—a resounding success. We were overwhelmed by the spirit of hope, love, and generosity demonstrated by staff and guests alike!


When so many people come together to help make this type of special event a success, it is difficult to know where to begin saying “thanks”!

gn2a9498So first, we will begin by thanking the five amazing families who were willing to share their personal stories, to take the time out of their busy lives to give us a first-hand glimpse of how childhood cancer has changed their lives forever. Logan, Daisy, Faith, Gabriella, and Sofia showed us just how much courage, strength, and determination is needed to fight childhood cancer every day. And the stories of the Green, Walsh, Sullivan, Kovach, and Scherff families showed us that childhood cancer doesn’t just change the lives of children: it forever impacts parents and siblings as well.

We would like to thank the amazing staff at Rock Bottom Westminster and Rock Bottom Downtown Denver for their enthusiastic support for this incredible event. Not everyone is willing to show up at work in pajamas, but they did so with joy and love to show their support for kids with cancer! Without their hard work all evening, these two amazing nights would simply not have been the success that they were. And we would especially like to extend our thanks to the very special servers—Liesl Wells, Lauren Donner, Alon Morris, Kelly Maunes, Brittany Fitzpatrick, and Mike Cailteux—who selflessly dedicated themselves to making sure our five guest families were welcomed and comfortable all evening, with no expectation of gratuity!

We would like to thank Rod Smith, NFL star and former member of the Denver Broncos, and the many, many guests who dedicated their evening to help make a difference for kids with cancer. The generous contributions donated during these two events will bring a lot of joy and thankfulness to families coping with cancer this year, especially at Christmas, which can be a difficult time for parents already facing medical bills and the many other expenses that quickly pile up when fighting a disease like childhood cancer.

gn2a9647We would like to thank Hope 4 Heroes, ACCO’s Colorado community-based Founding Hope Fund, for their steadfast, on-the-ground support for Colorado families fighting childhood cancer. Hope 4 Heroes was founded by the Green family in order to share their experiences and provide information, advocacy, and support for other families in Colorado who are dealing with a childhood cancer diagnosis. Navigating the unknown and terrifying world of childhood cancer is extraordinarily difficult, and groups like Hope 4 Heroes play a critical role in providing peer-to-peer support, personal connections with others facing the same challenges, and most importantly, hope to children, siblings, and families.

We would also like to thank two very talented and caring individuals, who donated their time and expertise to make sure this event was forever memorialized in photos and video. Thank you to both Photographer, Marie-Dominique Verdier, from MDV Photo and Videographer, Kevin Graham, from Mojo Lab.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, we would like to thank Kelley Cochran and the team at CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries, Inc. for giving this event its start and making it a success! These two evenings were just one part of the ongoing Rock Bottom Breweries’ Go Gold® for the Holidays event that kicked off on November 16 and 17. During this ongoing event, portions of the proceeds of sales at all Rock Bottom locations in Colorado between November 16 and December 31 will be donated to ACCO to support its mission to provide high-quality educational resources and learning tools free of charge to families battling childhood cancer. We are extremely proud of our new partnership with CraftWorks to aid and support families coping with childhood cancer!

Join the Fun: Host Your PJammin’® Event Today

PJammin’ events, like these special evenings at Rock Bottom Breweries, can be a fun, engaging way to improve community outreach, build cooperation and team spirit, and help a great cause that everyone can support: the fight against childhood cancer. Children battling childhood cancer often spend days, even weeks, wearing pajamas while undergoing treatment; by inviting participants to wear pjs too, PJammin’ events help build awareness of what children coping with cancer face on a day-to-day basis and show these children that they are not alone in their battle.

If you are interested in learning more about how to host an amazing team-building program that supports a great cause with ACCO’s Signature Corporate Events Program, please visit our website at

https://www.acco.org/corporate-events/ or contact us today for more information!

 

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Rock Bottom Supports Local Families

 

About American Childhood Cancer Organization

American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families navigate the difficult journey from cancer diagnosis through survivorship. Internationally, ACCO is the sole U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world. Here in the United States, ACCO promotes the critical importance of ensuring continued funding into new and better treatment protocols for childhood cancer.  And most importantly, ACCO is focused on the children: developing and providing educational tools for children fighting cancer and their families, empowering them in their understanding of childhood cancer and the medical decisions they must make during this difficult journey. All of ACCO’s resources are available free of charge for families coping with childhood cancer.

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

Gold Ribbon Hero Steven T

“Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: In April of 2012 My son Steven was 19 when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer.  His diagnosis came 8 months after my 10 year old daughter Katrina was diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukemia.  Having 2 children going through chemo at the same time was challenging to say the least.  Steven had surgery and completed 2 rounds of chemo. As soon as he was done with his last round he said ” ok I am fine now let’s focus on Katrina” .  That is exactly what he did.  Today Steven is a proud father to a one year old little boy and is expecting another son in March…” – Teresa P

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Gold Ribbon Hero Logan

Introducing Super Logan, a Childhood Cancer Superhero!

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“Super Logan” in the Batman costume in the middle.

Today, we’d like to introduce you to Logan, affectionately called “Super Logan” by his friends and family for his amazing, courageous fight against tremendous odds. On December 7, Logan and his family joined Hope 4 Heroes (ACCO’s Colorado-based Founding Hope Fund) and Rock Bottom Downtown Denver to participate in a public PJammin’ event organized by Colorado Rock Bottom Restaurants to raise awareness about childhood cancer. We would like to thank Logan and his family for taking the time to participate in this important event and for sharing their childhood cancer story with us.

Logan’s Story: Aggressive Stage Three Ependemoma (Brain Tumor)

Logan’s childhood cancer story began one evening in June, 2014 when he collapsed unconscious while walking to his parents’ bedroom. The five-year-old was rushed immediately to the local ER, where a CT scan showed that a large mass in his brain had hemorrhaged, causing paralysis on his left side. Logan was airlifted to a larger hospital, where his parents received the worst possible news: Logan had an inoperable brain tumor located inside his brainstem and he was unlikely to survive more than three days.

Logan’s parents, however, refused to accept this devastating diagnosis. They immediately sought a second opinion from surgeons at the Barrow Institute, part of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, who believed that at least part of the tumor could be removed. Although the outcome was by no means guaranteed, surgeons felt that surgery could at least extend Logan’s life and give him a fighting chance. With nothing to lose, Logan was transferred to Phoenix Children’s Hospital for an eight-hour surgery.

In fact, the outcome was better than anyone could have imagined: Logan’s golf-ball-sized tumor was located entirely outside of the brainstem and the surgical team was able to remove it all, in its entirety. Logan’s family described the surgeon’s reaction when he told them the news as “giddy”, not a word one usually hears in these circumstances. Logan went into surgery hoping only that his life might be extended a little bit, but miraculously, came out cancer-free!

A Second Chance at Life, but A Very Long Road to Recovery

Yet despite this amazing outcome, Logan’s cancer journey was far from over. Although the tumor was gone, for now, Logan was unable to perform many basic functions that we take for granted every day, including talking, walking, and even swallowing. Moreover, he faced the very real possibility that the tumor, a fast-growing Ependemoma, would return without x-ray radiation therapy, a treatment as aggressive as the tumor and linked to significant long-term health risks and even secondary cancers.

Again, Logan’s family sought other options. So-called “traditional” X-ray radiation therapy is mostly commonly used as a post-surgical treatment for brain tumors like Logan’s, but is linked to severe side effects and even secondary cancers, especially in young children whose brains are still growing and developing. Instead, Logan’s parents took Logan to San Diego to undergo 6½ weeks of proton radiation therapy. The goal of proton radiation therapy is to more precisely target any remaining cancer cells, using pencil-beam scanning that carefully builds up the dose layer by layer exactly at the site of the tumor, hopefully limiting damage to surrounding healthy cells.

Thus far, Logan’s amazing “miracle” continues: his regular scans, although the source of extreme “scanxiety” so common for families fighting childhood cancer, have all come back clear, indicating that Logan is still cancer-free. But Logan still faces many, many challenges; “the past two years have been one trial after the next for our brave boy,” recounts Logan’s mother. Logan spent months in rehab after the surgery overcoming the paralysis caused by the tumor, re-learning to walk, talk, and even swallow. One therapist stated that Logan was one of the hardest swallowing cases she had ever seen and that her team honestly wasn’t sure if he would ever be able to swallow normally again.

The proton therapy has left its mark as well. He has been diagnosed with a vascular condition called Moyamoya and has suffered multiple strokes, including one that temporarily left him without sight. In March 2016, Logan underwent a second serious brain surgery. Most recently, abnormal weight gain has been linked to the development of central sleep apnea, a condition in which the brain no longer automatically commands breathing during sleep. Each day seems to bring new challenges to Logan and his family, but as his mother proudly notes, Logan never gives up: “Logan will always have battles to fight but we will be here and ready to stand strong next to him. He is an incredible boy and we are so proud to call him our son.

Thank you, Logan, for sharing your inspirational story with us and for showing us that it really is possible to fight, for showing us the true face of childhood cancer. You are a true Superhero!

About American Childhood Cancer Organization

American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families navigate the difficult journey from cancer diagnosis through survivorship. Internationally, ACCO is the sole U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world. Here in the United States, ACCO promotes the critical importance of ensuring continued funding into new and better treatment protocols for childhood cancer.  And most importantly, ACCO is focused on the children: developing and providing educational tools for children fighting cancer and their families, empowering them in their understanding of childhood cancer and the medical decisions they must make during this difficult journey. All of ACCO’s resources are available free of charge for families coping with childhood cancer.

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

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Football Great, Rod Smith, Helps Local Rock Bottom Support Childhood Cancer

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FORMER BRONCOS FOOTBALL GREAT, ROD SMITH, JOINS ROCK BOTTOM RESTAURANTS TO SUPPORT KIDS WITH CANCER

Former Football Player Ring of Famer, WR Rod Smith, is joining Downtown Denver Rock Bottom Restaurant on Wednesday, December 7th, to support national and local kids with cancer.

Through the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO)’s Colorado community-based Founding Hope Fund, Hope 4 Heroes, five local families facing childhood cancer are receiving a warm reception this week! As part of the ongoing partnership between the ACCO and Rock Bottom Restaurants, Rod Smith will now be joining the “PJammin” event at the Downtown Denver location. screen-shot-2016-12-04-at-12-14-25-pmRod was excited to hear that he could bring some holiday joy to these five local families who are living with a child who is fighting or has fought childhood cancer, while also raising much needed awareness for a great cause. ACCO’s Hope 4 Heroes invites locals to put on their pajamas and join Rod Smith and the five families at the Downtown Denver location!

For this initiative, five local Rock Bottom Brewery locations are supporting kids with cancer and are inviting the Denver community to participate! The ongoing fundraiser, first announced on November 16th during the “Wicked Elf” tapping, will extend until the end of the year. The five locations are donating a portion of sales proceeds to the American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO), a national charity that supports families who are facing a diagnosis of childhood cancer, including Denver area families. In addition, patrons can add a donation to their tabs, purchase a “Gold Ribbon Pin-Up Voucher” with their name to hang in the restaurants, and can help sponsor a local family with childhood cancer during the holiday season through the “giving tree” program at each brewery location.

15032876_10154297337917955_1320671439161824597_nThe staff of the two locations, Rock Bottom Downtown and Rock Bottom Westminster, will also be hosting ACCO “PJammin” events next week during their December tappings. They are inviting their clientele to join the fun by wearing their pajamas to support a great cause! “PJammin” events are one of ACCO’s signature events where guests and employees wear their pajamas to show support of children with cancer who spend months to years in their pajamas while being treated for childhood cancer. These events will be tied into the two location’s special “tapping.” The Westminster location’s event is on Tuesday December 6th, while the chain’s first Rock Bottom in Downtown Denver is hosting their big event on Wednesday December 7th.

For the Wednesday Evening Event,

Rock Bottom Downtown has invited five local childhood cancer families to kick off the restaurant’s sponsorship of each family for the holidays. The families have shared their personal stories about their journey with childhood cancer; a list of suggested holiday gifts for the children and their siblings; and photos that can be viewed at www.acco.org/RBfamilies2016. Rock Bottom Brewery customers and employees are invited to share the holidays with these brave children. Interested patrons simply choose the “wish tags” from the giving tree from each participating locations (Downtown Denver, Westminster, Park Meadows and Orchards) and purchase the gifts, returning them to the restaurants which will be coordinating a “wrapping party” and delivery of the gifts to each local family.

rockbottom_exterior“The families are overjoyed about attending the event on Wednesday night and about everything Rock Bottom is doing for kids with cancer,” says Crisandra Green who heads up Hope 4 Heroes, ACCO’s community-based Founding Hope Fund in the Denver area. Green says the families are open to sharing their stories and doing media interviews so that they can raise awareness of the impact of a childhood cancer diagnosis on the family. (https://www.acco.org/hope4heroes/)

“We are ecstatic to have Rock Bottom Brewery involved with this local event for ACCO,” says Ruth Hoffman, Executive Director of ACCO. “These events create much needed awareness for childhood cancer, and also raise funds to provide resources and support for children and their families currently fighting cancer.”

ACCO is sending two representatives from their National Headquarters in Beltsville, MD to attend each event. There will also be a local professional photographer onsite and the event will be streamed live on ACCO’s Facebook page in front of over 130,000 followers nationwide! (https://www.facebook.com/americanchildhoodcancer/)

About American Childhood Cancer Organization

American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping kids with cancer and their families navigate the difficult journey from cancer diagnosis through survivorship. Internationally, ACCO is the sole U.S. member of Childhood Cancer International (CCI), the largest patient-support organization for childhood cancer in the world. Here in the United States, ACCO promotes the critical importance of ensuring continued funding into new and better treatment protocols for childhood cancer.  And most importantly, ACCO is focused on the children: developing and providing educational tools for children fighting cancer and their families, empowering them in their understanding of childhood cancer and the medical decisions they must make during this difficult journey. All of ACCO’s resources are available free of charge for families coping with childhood cancer.

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

House approves the 21st Century Cures Act, sending landmark bill to Senate

house-approves-the-21st-century-cures-act-sending-landmark-bill-to-senateACCO is excited to inform our constituency that the U.S. House of Representatives today approved the 21st Century Cures Act, by a vote of 392-26.  This important legislation includes $4.8 billion supplemental funding for the NIH over the next 10 fiscal years, including $1.8 billion in funding over the next seven fiscal years for the cancer “Moonshot” initiative; an additional $500 million to the FDA over 10 years to move drugs more quickly to patients while maintaining safety and efficacy and reauthorization of the Creating Hope Act until 2020 – a voucher program to enhance drug development for rare pediatric diseases including childhood cancer! The legislation is scheduled to be considered by the Senate next week, with passage considered to be highly likely. A summary of the legislation prepared by the House Rules Committee can be found here: Download Now

“We are on the cusp of something special — a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform how we treat disease,” said Representative Fred Upton (R-Mich.), who marshaled the legislation through the House. “With today’s vote, we are taking a giant leap on the path to cures.” Read More

ACCO is grateful to Representatives Michael McCaul, G.K. Butterfield and Chris Van Hollen for their dedicated work as they championed bills to protect children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses. We are also grateful for the leadership of Chairman Fred Upton, Ranking Member Frank Pallone, Speaker Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi in bringing 21st Century Cures to a successful vote.
We ask that you take a few minutes to reach out to the Representatives above and to the House Representatives in your community who supported this bill to say, “Thank you!”

 

For additional information about childhood cancer or on the ACCO, or to order resources for you or your child, please visit our website at www.acco.org , call 855.858.2226 or visit:

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