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Inspiring Stories to be told

Eighteen years old. While legal in many respects, I would argue that an 18 year old is still a child. When I celebrated my own eighteenth birthday, I felt like I was living in two worlds: that of a child Read more »

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ECCO Supports International Childhood Cancer Day

Every year on 15 February, the International Childhood Cancer Day is celebrated to raise awareness and provide support for children and adolescents with cancer. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a global response is necessary in order for each Read more »

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ICCD 2017 Call to Action

The power for creating a better future for children/adolescents with cancer, lies in each one of us and in what we do in the present. Today, as we celebrate International Childhood Cancer Day, let us honor the extraordinary courage and Read more »

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International Childhood Cancer Day (2017)

Today is International Childhood Cancer Day which highlights the need for concerted global actions to address the growing challenge posed by this non-communicable disease. Globally, childhood and adolescent cancer is threatening to overtake infectious diseases, as one of the highest Read more »

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Día Internacional del Cáncer Infantil (2017)

Ginebra, Suiza – 15 de febrero de 2017 – Hoy es el Día Internacional del Cáncer Infantil lo que realza la necesidad de tomar acciones mundiales concertadas para hacer frente al creciente reto que plantea esta enfermedad no transmisible. Globalmente, Read more »

Posted in Latin America/Caribbean News

20 Things a Cancer Mom Knows By Heart

I learned that kids can get cancer when Jackson was 1 year old. He’d just learned to walk. He still wore OshKosh B’gosh overalls and loved to be rocked to sleep. There was nothing that he did wrong, or was Read more »

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Teen with cancer delivers an amazing speech

Jake Bailey is a senior monitor (similar to a student body president) at Christchurch Boys’ High School. He was diagnosed with one of the world’s fastest growing tumors — Burkitt Lymphoma — just a week before he was due to Read more »

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Call to Action ICCD 2017: Together For Kids with Cancer

Dear Members, Friends and Colleagues In three months time, the 15th of february, we will be celebrating the 15th year of the International Childhood Cancer Day (ICCD). Through your focused energies and joint efforts, ICCD has now become a highly Read more »

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Dear Members, Colleagues and Friends, We hope that you all had a wonderful holiday season: full of joy, love and laughter. As we start the new year and welcome 2017, we are reminded of a wise mans’ words: “ The Read more »

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What I’ve learned from grieving parents

Jessica Kidd founded the nonprofit Gracie’s Gowns to donate personalized hospital gowns to children battling life-threatening conditions.? In working with families that have children with complex medical problems, there is the heartbreaking truth that not all of these children will Read more »

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