“My Dog Named Hope” Comforts Children and Supports Research

The new children’s book “My Dog Named Hope” is about a special girl, her amazing dog, and a family’s journey through childhood cancer. The story was based on a compilation of the experiences of many childhood cancer families by the author, Joe Dean during his time working for the US …

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Annette and the Carson Leslie Foundation Host the Golden Toast

Annette Leslie is a mom who has been through the harrowing experience of losing her son to medulloblastoma in 2010. His extraordinary life and character inspired the Carson Leslie Foundation’s inception that same year, in Dallas Texas, and launched her into a world of advocacy for children with cancer, pediatric …

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NC3: Legislative Advocacy at the State and Municipal Level

CCTR interiews Christopher Winters, President of the emerging National Children’s Cancer Consortium, a project of collaboration between parents, advocates, and concerned citizens with policies developed after 18 months of current, grassroots research into the challenges children with cancer and their families face regularly. The goal of the Consortium is to …

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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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Make It Better Agent, Ann Graham

CCTR interviews Ann Graham, founder and CEO of MIB Agents, an organization devoted to making the lives of children and young people with osteosarcoma better. A groundbreaking conference, FACTOR, is scheduled for 2/24-25 of 2017 including experts, clinicians, patients, and families of children who have perished or who are currently …

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