Legislative Landscape for Childhood Cancer Drug Development: Jonathan Agin, JD

CCTR interviews Jonathan Agin JD, father of Alexis who perished to DIPG in 2011 and 4 other young children, and official counsel and co-founder of the Children’s Cancer Therapy Development Institute.  One of our country’s foremost advocates for children with cancer, Jonathan describes the complexity of our medical research system …

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Michael Esposito: Niagra Falls leads the US for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

CCTR interviews Michael Esposito, father of five, teacher, and basketball coach, the man responsible for connecting people in his town of Niagra Falls, NY which will witness the most prominent and powerful display of support for children with cancer this year, 2016. Baby Shawn with DIPG and his meeting Stephen …

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A Grieving Father’s Invitation To Donald Trump And Hillary Clinton To Discuss Childhood Cancer As A National Priority

Jonathan Agin, Huffington Post 7/28/2016  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonathan-agin/a-grieving-fathers-invita_b_11197554.html Mr. Trump and Ms. Clinton: Congratulations, each one of you has presumptively garnered the nomination of your political party and will find yourself on the election ballot in November. Up to this point, hundreds of millions of dollars have been spent in the political …

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Step UP! Action and Awareness with Neal Rourke and Jesse Robinson

CCTR talks with Neal Rourke and Jesse Robinson about the Childhood cancer Awareness Movement and the upcoming September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.  Lighting, “Going Gold”, the Maggie Project, and Tyler Robinson Foundations’s Project CANCO are featured.  CANCO is a bike ride planned to begin Sept. 1 from Niagra Falls, Canada …

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Driven Change from the Road!

Today’s show features Ronnie Duvall, “Driven Change” on facebook, one who truly walks the talk of his values.  Ronnie gave up his job and home to drive all 50 states in his quest for greater knowledge in how to create an organization which will truly address the needs of children …

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Creating HOPE: Nancy Goodman

CCTR interviews foremost advocate for children with cancer, lawyer, and mom to Jacob, forever 10, 2009, Nancy Goodman.  Nancy brings us news of the RACE for Children Act, a reform of the Pediatric Cancer Research Equity Act or PREA which she champions, and it’s to go to both House and …

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Melinda Marchiano: Author, Dancer, Advocate for Children with Cancer

CCTR welcomes Melinda Marchiano, a recent graduate of Pepperdine University and cancer survivor, and ambassador for ccThrive.org.  Melinda is the host of The Truth 365 recent childhood cancer documentary release and has toured and continues to tour extensively, speaking at hospitals and events and spending precious time with children afflicted …

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Laurie Johnson, Professional Psychic Advisor

Childhood Cancer Talk Radio interviews Laurie Johnson, author, psychic adviser, and teacher of the metaphysical arts; Laurie addresses the issue of childhood cancer and cancer in general and what that means in the greater scope of our reality.  Karma, life lessons, re-incarnation, pre-lifetime agreements are included in the discussion, and also …

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Team Ellie!

Fifteen-year old Ellie Waters talks with us from the UK about life as a teen with cancer and the challenges of alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma. Ellie has a twin sister Olivia, brother Bailey, and 3 more step-brothers from her parents new marriages.   Mum Samantha joins us also to speak to the …

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Relay for Jack: Local Communities come together in support of National DIPG Awareness Week

For immediate release Relay for Jack: Local Communities come together in support of National DIPG Awareness Week May 24, 2016, Santa Clarita, CA—HRes586 was introduced to the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee on January 13, 2016, by Congressman Steve Knight (R-CA-25) the day after the Moonshot Initiative was …

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