MaxCure and the Run for the White House

Brian Jones, creator of the Run for the Whitehouse for Childhood Cancer on Facebook joins us to describe the beginnings of the program, what it has become, and discusses the adventure of teaming up with MaxCure Foundation with Executive Director Jonathan Agin. Both gentleman are prominent US advocates for children …

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#RunfortheKids and the Quest of Christopher Winters

CCTR interviews Christopher Winters, Chief of Staff to PA House of Representatives Honorable Member Tom Caltagirone about his extensive experience in public service and work since 2013 in the Childhood Cancer Community, how he became one of the fiercest advocates for kids fighting cancer and their families in the nation. …

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BethAnn Telford and the World Marathon Challenge

CCTR interviews BethAnn Telford, originally from Harrisburg, PA and now living in Fairfax, VA; she is a brain cancer survivor and ultra-distance runner for brain cancer research. BethAnn talks about the children who inspire her to run, and the urgently needed research for brain cancer funded by ABC2; Max Wallace, …

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Dr. Adam Green, HGG (high-grade glioma) Research at UC Denver

Airing 12/22/2016 on TogiNet.com: Pediatric brain tumors are the leading cause of death in children with cancer, of which DIPG and HGGs (high-grade gliomas) represent a significant need for effective and timely solutions. Researcher Dr. Adam Green gives a clear explanation of the high-grade gliomas and a look into the …

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Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy

CCTR interviews George Dahlman, CEO of the Children’s Cause for Cancer Advocacy, the United State’s Premier Childhood Cancer Advocacy organization. Mr. Dahlman is responsible for identifying and advancing issues that will improve the treatment and lives of childhood cancer patients and their families with Congress, the Administration, federal agencies and …

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McCaul, Van Hollen, Speier Childhood Cancer Bill Passes U.S. House

From the website of Congressman Michael McCaul, https://mccaul.house.gov/media-center/press-releases/mccaul-van-hollen-speier-childhood-cancer-bill-passes-us-house Dec 6, 2016 Press Release WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, co-chairs of the Childhood Cancer Caucus, Congressmen Michael McCaul (TX-10) and Chris Van Hollen (MD-08), and incoming co-chair Congresswoman Jackie Speier (CA-14), applaud the U.S. House passage of H.R. 3381, Childhood Cancer STAR Act. The …

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Press Release: World Marathon Challenge 777

For Immediate Release:  November 28, 2016 Contact:  Nicola Beddow  (786)493-6077 / ABC2 / nicola.beddow@abc2.org Endurance Athlete Living With Brain Cancer to Compete in World Marathon Challenge to Raise $1 Million for Research BethAnn Telford to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents in Seven Days November 28, 2016 (Washington, DC) – …

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Letter from Gabriella Miller Kids First Program

Dear friends and followers, We would like to share information with you from the Gabriella Miller “Kids First” Pediatric Research Program, inspired of course by the late great, very young yet highly mighty Gabriella Miller, DIPG warrior, and childhood cancer activist.  There is also the opportunity here to subscribe to …

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INSIDE CUREFEST with Emily Belcher

CCTR interviews Emily Belcher, advocate, event planner, mother of a childhood cancer survivor, and CureFest volunteer, who tells us about the early days of CureFest, the events goals and influence, and the direction of the Childhood Cancer Awareness Movement. Emily discloses her daughter’s frightening experience with PNET, a pediatric brain …

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