More than A Memoir; A Way of Life with Carolyn Breinich

Carolyn Breinich was diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia in 1994, five days before her 14th birthday. Her treatment consisted of two and a half years of chemo and ten days of cranial radiation.  Now an author and childhood cancer survivor, Carolyn joins us to raise awareness for childhood cancer and share her…

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Now Is The Time: “Moonshot4Kids” Congressional and White House OSTP Briefing Asserts Urgency for Childhood Brain Cancer

May 17 panel assembles to alert the Federal Government of the suffering and deaths of children with brain cancer, a leading killer of children in the USA downloadable pdf version “Now is the time for a Moonshot for Children.” –Michelle LeBeau, CSO Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas WASHINGTON, DC,…

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State and National Parent Advocacy for Childhood Brain Cancer

Parent advocacy for childhood brain cancer at the state level in South Carolina with Randy Hinton begins today’s show, as he shares his relationship with the South Carolina Department of Environmental and Health Control, and the SC Cancer Registry which operates under that department. Randy’s advocacy supported the 2021 South…

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A Look Inside: Ryan Agnew and the Fight of a Lifetime, for Aspen and for All Children with Moonshot4Kids

Ryan Agnew gives us a remarkable window into his beautiful home life with wife Alison, and two children, Aspen who is turning 6 years old, and her little brother not quite two. Aspen is feeling well despite unfortunate scans of progression from DIPG, and now secondary tumors, and is approaching…

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Arms Wide Open Childhood Cancer Foundation with Dena Sherwood, Founder

  On July 6, 2008, the lives of Dena and Billy Sherwood changed forever when their then 13-month-old son, Billy Jr., was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a very aggressive cancer of the sympathetic nervous system that most commonly occurs in infants and children under the age of five. In August of…

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1Voice Foundation with Mary Ann Massolio

1Voice Foundation, based in Brandon, Florida has been innovating and implementing helpful programs for children with cancer for over 2 decades. We have the unique opportunity to hear from Founder and CEO Mary Ann Massolio, who shares with us her dedication, from her own tragic loss, to serving the childhood…

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Taking on The System with Randy Hinton

With Randy Hinton   Without adequate national awareness of the urgent, unmet needs of children with cancer, the failure of the medical research system to address childhood cancer will continue as progress remains a high-grade uphill battle. Randy Hinton is a childhood cancer advocate from South Carolina, and father to…

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Jacob’s Legacy: National Monument Honoring Children with Cancer

On January 4, 2021, 6 year-old Jacob Senediak of Pittsburgh, PA died due to complications from his fight with DIPG, a deadly childhood brain cancer which spares mercilessly few of its victims.  His father, Mark Senediak, joins us on Childhood Cancer Talk Radio to begin a discussion about efforts his…

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Hope Over Despair: Mariah Olson, Neuroblastoma Survivor

Mariah Olson was diagnosed in 1980 with neuroblastoma at the age of one year, and is a living testament as a survivor to the difficulties that so many children with cancer endure as a result of toxic, out-dated treatments they receive. She also attests to the pycho-social challenges of growing…

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All In To Win Foundation with Christina Wascher

Christina Wascher, a long-time childhood cancer advocate, is the President and founder of the All-In-to-Win Foundation based in Miami Florida since 2013. Christina has been a philanthropist and an entrepreneur in US and European project developments for Claridon International since 1982, specializing in start-up projects and bringing them to completion.…

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