May 17 is DIPG Awareness Day—A National Movement

I discovered it was the 2nd most common pediatric brain tumor, and responsible for the majority of pediatric brain cancer deaths each year.  If brain cancer is the leading cause of death in kids with cancer, it’s hardly irrelevant, no matter how you define ‘rare’. May 14, 2017, Santa Clarita, …

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K.I.D.S. Campaign with Christine Hanlon

CCTR interviews Christine Hanlon, Executive Director of the KIDS Campaign or Kindness In Doing Service, a 501(c)3 charitable organization devoted to sharing love and service with the childhood cancer community. Christine lives in the greater Tampa Bay area in Florida with her son Dylan, a survivor of Ewings sarcoma. Melanie …

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Roy Wiegand: Going the Extra Mile for Kids

On April 13 2017 Childhood Cancer Talk Radio interviewed Roy Wiegand of Burbank CA, suburb of Los Angeles, a local free-lance  musician with an evolving career as ultra-distance runner and advocate for children with cancer.  Roy began running later in life in his early forties, and has been “ultra-running” for about …

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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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Virtual Running Event Benefits Pediatric Cancer Research and offers Global Support for the 2017 National DIPG Awareness Resolution

From anywhere in the world, all are welcome to participate in the “Virtual Relay for Jack” event, supporting a research project for DIPG, the leading cause of death in children with brain cancer.  The event also provides a rallying point for the groundbreaking National DIPG Awareness Resolution which addresses 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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SOS American Children Dying Daily #CureDIPG

November 13, 2016 Re:  SOS; American Children Dying Daily #CureDIPG #JacksAngels DIPG Report                Letter to President Obama 9/6/2016   H.Res.586 To the Honorable President-Elect Trump and his Staff: I write to you with great hope in my heart that indeed the change you represent …

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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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Color Me Mine September Promotion

Throughout September 2016 Just say, “Childhood Cancer”, and we will donate $5 to Jack’s Angels! Color Me Mine Valencia: 24300 Town Center Dr #106, Valencia, CA 91355 Binary OptionsOptionsbinary options withdrawalвозрождение церкви россии