Every Voice Matters: The Power of Initiative in Advocacy

Wendy and Dean Fachon of Rhode Island join us to talk about state legislation, national resolutions and the legacy of their son Neil, making a strong case for “Right to Try.” Paul Miller from Colorado shares about the power of social media and the magic of belief, with 2 successful‚Ķ

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“The Heart of Luminous”, by Luna Zin: Debut of an Author

Luna Zin joins us from her Utah home to discuss her first book, “The Heart of Luminous”, inspired by her research in the childhood cancer community, and by a special little boy in particular who lost his life to brain cancer. Luna takes us on a personal journey of discovery‚Ķ

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May 17 is DIPG Awareness Day in California; H.Res.69 Awaits a U.S. House Vote

Most people simply don’t know that our children are not a priority, unless pediatric cancer directly impacts them or someone very close to them. May 14, Santa Clarita, CA–what began in 2014 in California as the first State Awareness Resolution for DIPG, diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, the deadliest and the‚Ķ

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#RunfortheKids and the Quest of Christopher Winters

CCTR interviews Christopher Winters, Chief of Staff to PA House of Representatives Honorable Member Tom Caltagirone about his extensive experience in public service and work since 2013 in the Childhood Cancer Community, how he became one of the fiercest advocates for kids fighting cancer and their families in the nation.…

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VP Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Summit 6/29

For Immediate Release Vice President Biden‚Äôs Cancer Moonshot Regional Summit‚ÄĒLA at The Master‚Äôs College 6/29 Monday, June 20, 2016 Santa Clarita, CA‚ÄĒOn May 25 2016, Vice President Biden announced the first-ever Cancer Moonshot Summit to take place on Wednesday, June 29th, including conversations in communities across the United States. These‚Ķ

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