With-Purpose Foundation: Kid-Power in Awareness and Fundraising

The charitable organization With Purpose, in Minneapolis MN, was founded by Erin Benson in loving memory and trust of her son Sam Lee who perished to brain cancer at a very young age, and who exhibited exceptional clarity and faith in our ability to create and enjoy our own happiness,…

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Paul 4 the People: A Personal Journey of Advocacy through Involvement

A long-time advocate for children with cancer, Paul Miller of Littleton, CO shares with us his story of advocacy through fundraising events, routinely donating blood, supporting groups, connecting people, and how these activities have finally evolved into a bid for his State Legislature. Catalytic to this quantum leap was interacting…

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Shane and Shawnee Doherty: The Story behind “Hope through Hollis”

Shane and Shawnee Doherty discuss frankly their experience with their son Hollis who was diagnosed with DIPG in March of 2016. DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, is for all practical considerations a death sentence. The Doherty family showed an extraordinary solidarity out of the gate to endure the experience in…

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Advocacy, Research, and TNCI with Beth Anne Baber

“Eight years ago, a 15 month-old little boy with platinum blond ringlets and bright blue eyes was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma, a childhood cancer that results in around 255 deaths/year in the United States. Based on the size, location and maturity of his tumor, the toddler had less than 50%…

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Christina Bouraimi’s fight for her son

Christina Bouraimi will join us on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio (CCTalkRadio) on April 6 2017. Author:  “Gregster60.com” Link to blog: http://www.gregster60.com/blog/face-to-face-a-fairy-tale FACE TO FACE:  A FAIRY TALE Awestruck! As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But it is also true that some pictures leave you speechless.…

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BELAC Foundation: Caleb Williams Legacy

Amperell Williams joins us on CCTR to talk candidly about her experience with her son, Caleb, who was diagnosed at the age of 5 with T-cell Lymphoblastomic Lymphoma. The Williams family was challenged with financial difficulty, the stress of toxic treatments and the devastating loss of her “miracle” baby. She…

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Khaleel’s Leukemia Journey

Coming to you from Telford, UK, Kelly Khan tells the story of her 12 year-old son Khaleel, currently facing a relapse of leukemia. Khaleel had been a very healthy, thriving boy after having met with serious infantile diseases, pulling through them with flying colors. Kelly tells us how the experience…

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Keira Wrenn: DIPG Survivor

It’s with great joy and anticipation that this article was entitled.  CCTR interviews Emma Wrenn who’s daughter Keira is a survivor of DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, a virtually unheard-of experience. Emma shares with us the realities of diagnosis and experimental treatment, and the inevitable challenges of living with the…

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Zamora Moon: Living with DIPG

CCTR intereviews Marisa Martinez, mom to Zamora Moon, a little 9-year old girl battling DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, arguably one of the deadliest cancers which is almost exclusively pediatric.  Her pioneering journey into the unknown includes treatments in Germany and the UK.  Lisa Spedale, who’s daughter Kira was the…

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Remembering Super-Dylan: Remember Just to Love.

Eric David is writing a memoir about his son, Dylan David, aka “Super Dylan.”  For more information about the memoir, and why it is so important, please visit: https://www.gofundme.com/RememberJustToLove  Eric’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/10155082671476754 Please visit his website http://dylan.ericdavid.info for the full story of Dylan’s history; here is an excerpt: “In late…

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