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  • Signs from Taylor

    On Taylor’s 25th birthday, my husband and I continued our tradition of bringing balloons to the cemetery along with flowers to plant around Taylor’s gravestone. I tied

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  • Having Fun

    Even as a very young child, Taylor’s day was not complete unless it involved a lot of fun and at least a little bit of mischief. She

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  • Absent But Present

    Taylor’s presence was always larger than life. Her smile, her humor, her mischievous eyes, and her life loving energy filled every room. The only thing as large

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  • Feeling Blessed

    When people ask me what I do, they don’t know how to respond when I tell them I fight for increased awareness and funding for pediatric cancer.

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  • Fighting Back: A Legacy

    We are a family that lost a beloved daughter and sister at the unthinkable age of 16. Our lives have been a journey of managing illness, grieving,

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  • What Can We Do?

    When a child is sick, many kind people ask how they can help. And my advice on the issue is simple: let them. Throughout the years of

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  • Cancer Action Day on Capital Hill

      The goal of the 2017 Childhood Cancer Action Day was to meet in person with Members of Congress and staff to share our stories and show

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  • Last day to submit a name of your loved one for the flag of HOPE

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  • Laughter Is The Best Medicine

    Even during the bleakest periods of Taylor’s illness, there was nothing so life affirming as a full-on belly laugh. Right then, right there: in the hospital room,

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  • Why pediatric cancers differ from adult cancers

    COG Update on Pediatric Cancer Research Dr. Reaman In children less than 15 years of age, cancer differs considerably from cancer in adults. These differences include the

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