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while recovering from cancer.

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Mason’s Story

The time of diagnoses was very difficult for us. Watching my son in the ICU for 10 days made me realize that this isn’t going away anytime soon. He needs me and the rest of our family more now, than ever. We have put Mason and his treatments before everything.

CCRF Identifies Scary Dangers in Certain Halloween Items & Offers Helpful Tips

Every child gets energized this time of year as they pick out their Halloween costume and look forward to the much-anticipated day of trick-or-treating. As part of its Toxic Free Kids initiative, the Children’s Cancer Recovery Foundation (CCRF) recommends that parents and guardians be cautious about their choices and purchases. Many Halloween costumes require the […]

Rafif’s Story

The most negative aspect of the “C” word is fear of the unknown and seeing your child in pain. It is also put life into perspective

10 Facts You Need to Know About Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the object of which is to strengthen America’s commitment to finding a cure for pediatric cancer and highlight issues facing children diagnosed with cancer and their families.

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