acute lymphoblastic leukemia
He appeared on seasons 7 and 8 of the weight-loss competition.
"I just want her to be feeling well enough to enjoy Christmas."
When the big day arrived, Natalie had a moment of panic about her big sister's decision, crying that she didn't want them
"It's a really difficult time, but this just makes it a little bit easier just to see how many people love and support," Jennifer
The courage to move forward. A dedication which inspires us all. The hope for a better tomorrow. September marks National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and today the story of one young lady who is finding her way out of the darkness.
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Sierra Riddle made headlines recently for moving to Colorado, where medical and recreational marijuana is legal, to try and
Stand Up To Cancer shared this picture of Josh on Thursday after his mother, Laura Burt Pita, posted it to Facebook. Since
The results from this study may never benefit me directly, as FDA approvals take forever, but I participated because someone, someday, may be helped due to this small choice I've made.
2012 was a transformative year in my life for several reasons, both personal and professional, and one that I feel had the potential to change the trajectory of where research against childhood cancer is headed.
Recently, a news story documented the fact that dozens of children's cancer drugs are running out for reasons that include manufacturing problems and reduced production due to lower profits with generic drugs.
She was just shy of 10 years old when her brother, almost four years old, passed away from leukemia. Back then, her family didn't have much money, she said, and she watched as her parents had to pay the medical bills after her brother's death.
The Pennsylvania kid, who has three older siblings and four younger, was particularly inspired to give back to kids stricken