Paul Daugherty: Hero is an overused term, but not in the case of Lauren Hill

 Paul Daugherty original article: Cincinnati Enquirer View Comments “Hero’’ is an overripe word in sports. Loose use has trampled its meaning, its precision, its special-ness. “The hero of the game’’ is an oxymoron. Lauren Hill was not a basketball-playing hero. She was a hero who happened to play basketball. The difference…

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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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YOUR ANGELS ARE REAL 1st Edition, “Hearing From Lucy” with Raegen Sieck and Heather Murison

Today’s show marks the beginning of our Spring-Summer 2022 Series, “Your Angels Are Real,” every third Thursday, where I’ll be interviewing a number of gifted intuitive healers of a wide variety of experience and use of different healing modalities. Today’s show, “Hearing From Lucy” features Heather Murison, Registered Nurse and…

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Lynette Apodaca and the Marc Jr Foundation, Helping Families for 14 Years

Lynette and Marc Apodaca’s son Marc Jr was diagnosed in 2007 with a diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG). The couple quickly realized how little help there was in the form of treatment, information and support for the families facing this deadly brain tumor. They found in their journey that once…

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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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If No One Knows, No One Cares: #Moonshot4Kids Delivers Urgent Message to President Biden at the White House

“…This is the reality for childhood cancer; we all assume–even the President!–that if we invest in something it will of course trickle down to our children. This is the wake up call of #Moonshot4Kids: medical research investment into cures for children is one area where our priorities as Americans are completely upside-down. You don’t know it until it directly affects you. We spend more dollars on potato chips annually than our government invests into childhood cancer…”

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Team Buddy Forever Foundation, with Mom and CEO Jeni Miller

Jeni Miller joins us from her home in New Lothrop Michigan to share the story of Braden “Buddy” Miller and the Foundation that is now his legacy.  The Team Buddy Forever Foundation is on mission to fund awareness of pediatric brain cancers while assisting families of children diagnosed with DIPG,…

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Scott Carter Foundation and CureSearch fund Clinical Trial for DIPG

Paula Carter, founder of the Scott Carter Foundation in Tulsa, OK, joins us with Caitlyn Barrett, National Director of Research and Programs for CureSearch, to discuss their collaboration in supporting a new clinical trial for DIPG. The Scott Carter Foundation has been supporting childhood cancer research for three decades in…

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Braving the Controversy of Cancer Success: Pioneering Scientist and Physician Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski

Dr. Burzynski’s cancer research and patient care has been inspired by the philosophy of the physician Hippocrates: ‘First, do no harm’. The Burzynski Clinic (Houston, TX) approach to treatment is ‘personalized’ in an attempt to maximize effectiveness and minimize side effects for each cancer patient.  However the success of his…

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Tori Moreno, DIPG Survivor

  Twenty-three year old Tori Moreno is fortunate not to remember too much of her early diagnosis with DIPG, but she remembers enough. Treated at the controversial Burzynski Clinic in Houston, TX, Tori did well on the treatments as an infant, and she is now a long-term survivor of the…

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