Childhood Cancer Talk Radio debuts January 2016
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Welcome to “Childhood Cancer Talk Radio”, a new show on TogiNet.com through Global Broadcasting Networks, dedicated to educating the public about childhood cancer through personal experiences and also to provide a forum from which advocates, medical professionals, affected families, and the children themselves can have a stronger voice. Global Broadcasting Networks airs in 35 countries; the show is syndicated, available for live stream, iTunes, and Google Play. Tune in every Thursday at 1pm Pacific Time, 4pm Eastern in the U.S. Visit our main site at www.CCTalkRadio.com.
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Why this show? It’s an exciting time for advocates of children with cancer!–and for the hope of those children currently fighting and those yet to be diagnosed, and their families. Only 4% of the National Cancer Institute’s research budget targeted pediatric research specifically. Cancer is the leading cause of death in children after accidents and injuries (American Childhood Cancer Organization); from this standpoint, our children are definitely not coming first–not even a close second. Granted, the numbers of children afflicted are smaller, but the low survival rates and many years of life lost are incomparable; research for children is urgently needed. From the decades of work of many devoted childhood cancer awareness activists, we are entering a time in which a greater collective awareness is reaching that “critical mass” ensuring that our citizens here in the United States, and around the world, are demanding change for our children with cancer from our Government and the private sector.
We hope to help educate the public with your real-life stories, the experiences of childhood cancer organizational leaders, advocates and activists, medical professionals, and our lawmakers who working for change. “You can’t care if you’re not aware,” stated very astutely Aimee Dickey (forever 12), the inspiration of Aimee’s Army who died of DIPG over a decade ago now. DIPG has a 0% survival rate, and currently it’s not uncommon for the parents to learn that no effective therapies have been developed for their child in decades of clinical record because, “the numbers aren’t great enough for investors.” We work for the day that no parent has to hear this.
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