Becca Mueller, Biphenotypic Acute Leukemia

Becca Mueller, Biphenotypic Acute Leukemia

7 Years Old at Diagnosis In July 2010, 7 year old independent, over-achieving Becca Mueller had a continually high fever. Her family took her to the doctor, who ordered a blood test revealing elevated white blood cell counts. Further testing confirmed what...
Let Your Purchases on eBay Do Double Duty

Let Your Purchases on eBay Do Double Duty

This week, you have a special opportunity to support children’s cancer research when you shop online. Here’s how you can help: Donate. Make a purchase on eBay using a PayPal account during May 25 – June 1, and you will be asked to donate $1+ to CureSearch....
Why Cancer Hasn’t Been Cured

Why Cancer Hasn’t Been Cured

Cancer. A single word describing a disease that takes on many forms. This video (courtesy of SciShow) helps to explain why cancer hasn’t been cured, and why research is critical. While many organizations simply provide funding for cancer studies, CureSearch for...
Support The CureSearch E2 Campaign

Support The CureSearch E2 Campaign

“At the time of my son’s diagnosis, probably like most people, we knew nothing about childhood cancer. At a time when life was full of pandemonium and fear CureSearch’s resources calmed us because we got real information at a critical time. It meant...
Ellie Blaine, Pineoblastoma

Ellie Blaine, Pineoblastoma

2 Years Old at Diagnosis During her second birthday party, Ellie began to feel ill. Of all the days in her short life to not feel well, it had to be on her second birthday. That night, Ellie threw up and continued to have trouble keeping anything down. Everyone...
Police Officer Proves Superheroes Walk Among Us

Police Officer Proves Superheroes Walk Among Us

Fox4News.com | Dallas-Fort Worth News, Weather, Sports (The Huffington Post) – Seven-year-old Bryce Schottel has been battling lymphatic cancer since February. The boy hasn’t been able to go to school since his diagnosis, and is constantly shuttling to the...
CEO Laura Thrall’s Message to Nurses During Nurses Week 2015

CEO Laura Thrall’s Message to Nurses During Nurses Week 2015

Each day, you give everything you have to support children and families on their journeys with cancer. I hear countless moving stories from parents about how their nurses brought comfort, care and a sense of normalcy to the difficult experience of having a child...
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