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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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  • Getting Back to Life

    The years spent tending to Taylor and then grieving her death were largely spent in the hospital or at home. After Taylor passed away, it was really

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  • Anniversaries

    Anniversaries are memory markers – usually joyful and festive occasions that make us feel proud and content with our lives. However, when it’s the anniversary of your

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  • Valentines Day

    One of Taylor’s favorite days of the year was Valentine’s Day and there is no holiday that sums her up better. Taylor was all about love. To

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  • The STAR act has been reintroduced!

    To all Childhood Cancer advocates and Friends, the #STAR Act has been reintroduced. It passed in the House last year with HUGE bipartisan support but didn’t pass

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  • Changes

    Whether it’s good or bad, change is difficult and disorienting. And even more so for those facing life crises. There’s no question that illness in the family

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  • Happy New Year…..May it bring everything you hope for.

    The end of a year always brings a period of looking back and looking ahead. What kind of year did I have and what am I looking

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  • Connections

    While you need your friends and family more than ever when illness strikes, nothing disconnects you more than illness. With a sick child, your life is taken

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  • Reach out to your Senators to help pass the #STAR Act

    It has been a great week for pediatric cancer policy.  This week the STAR Act was passed by the House of Representatives and now proceeds to the

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  • #TheDogs

    After we lost Taylor, the four of us were not alone in our grief. Our two dogs hardly got off their beds, barely ate, and showed almost

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