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How Your Support for CureSearch Goes Beyond #GivingTuesday

How Your Support for CureSearch Goes Beyond #GivingTuesday

Five years ago, something happened that inspired over 30,000 diverse organizations, individuals and communities to create positive change. It was called #GivingTuesday. This global movement was created to help kick off the holiday season and to get consumers to give...
Ambrosia Hopper, Malignant Rhabdoid Tumor of the Liver

Ambrosia Hopper, Malignant Rhabdoid Tumor of the Liver

5 Months Old at Diagnosis. Ambrosia was born a chunky happy baby on May 2, 2012. When she was five months old in October 2012, my husband and I took her and her brother to our local zoo for their trick or treating. That’s when we first noticed something...
Man on a Mission to Beat Cancer

Man on a Mission to Beat Cancer

(http://medicalxpress.com) – Thirty years ago, Professor Richard Gilbertson pledged to implement a 15 per cent reduction in mortality from children’s brain cancer. This is the story of what happened next. On the children’s ward at Newcastle General...
Jodi Hartzler, Mother

Jodi Hartzler, Mother

My name is Jodi Hartzler. I am a mom to two boys, Gavyn and Tate, and wife to Ryan. Tate is our youngest son, and his journey with liver cancer began when he was two months old. He was constantly vomiting, not gaining weight, and just not eating well. On August 19,...
Jaxon “Jax” Diaz, Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)

Jaxon “Jax” Diaz, Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)

2 Years Old at Diagnosis. Written by Joe Diaz, father of Jax. Jax surprised us with Down syndrome when he was born on January 30, 2014. In June of 2016, we noticed he wasn’t being his normal, energetic happy self. He was sluggish and fatigued most of the time...
Selma Sulejman, Bilateral Retinoblastoma

Selma Sulejman, Bilateral Retinoblastoma

3 Months Old at Diagnosis. As the saying goes, “Life is a box filled with chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.” Life is unpredictable, just like pediatric cancer, the #1 disease killer in kids. It can strike at any given time on any race,...
Ultimate Hiking on the Lone Star Trail

Ultimate Hiking on the Lone Star Trail

Written by Guest Blogger, Tasha Cervantes, Coach, Lone Star Trail Ultimate Hike. Many years ago I hiked Mt. Kilimanjaro. The company I worked for sent out an email, which most people promptly deleted, to get a group of people to each raise $5000 and hike Kili. The...
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