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On Identity.

I am a cancer mom.  Your identity forever changes from the moment you hear your child’s diagnosis.  People say there is life before cancer and

Posted in Awareness, Childhood Cancer

Amazon + ACCO Ambassador: Trevor

Meet Trevor, 2021 Amazon + ACCO Ambassador. Trevor is a 15 year old two time medulloblastoma warrior who loves to travel and experience new adventures

Posted in Awareness, Campaign, Childhood Cancer, Fundraisers, Gold Ribbon Hero

Amazon + ACCO’s Ambassador Serves as Keynote Speaker at 2021 Proton Conference

“Post diagnosis, my life has definitely changed. I feel a lot stronger than I was when I entered my treatment and I feel definitely a

Posted in Awareness, Childhood Cancer, Gold Ribbon Hero

The White House Declares September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in 2021

A Proclamation on National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, 2021 AUGUST 31, 2021• PRESIDENTIAL ACTIONS For millions of American families — including my own — the fight

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HOW YOU CAN HELP DURING CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and by the time this month is over, another 1,300 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer.

Posted in Childhood Cancer

Social Media Goes Gold® this September to Raise Awareness for Childhood Cancer

  Beltsville, MD., August 25, 2021 – The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is on a mission to turn social media gold this September by

Posted in Childhood Cancer

Gold Ribbon Hero: Shanaia

  Meet Shanaia, a Disney princess loving ALL Survivor! When Shanaia started spiking a fever and felt lethargic, her parents took notice. She started bruising

Posted in Childhood Cancer

Gold Ribbon Hero: Leonardo

  Meet Leonardo, soft tissue sarcoma warrior and an aspiring superhero and fisherman! Leonardo was diagnosed with a desmoplastic small round cell tumor (DSRCT) in

Posted in Childhood Cancer

Resources for Childhood Cancer Siblings

  Siblings of children with cancer can feel a lot of stress as family dynamics change. They may not be the ones feeling sick, being

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Gold Ribbon Hero: Olivia

Meet Olivia, an avid reader and stage 3 non-hodgkin’s lymphoma warrior. When Olivia started having slight swelling in her face, her mother thought it was

Posted in Awareness, Childhood Cancer, Gold Ribbon Hero