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I Am a Cancer Survivor’s Sister

I Am a Cancer Survivor’s Sister

Written by Guest Blogger Michelle Beane, Marketing & Communications Coordinator I’ve always heard people say that you will have moments in life that you can recall exactly what you were doing when it happened. I can recall what I was doing when I found out...
CureSearch Researchers Offer Hope to Children with Brain Cancer

CureSearch Researchers Offer Hope to Children with Brain Cancer

Written by Guest Blogger Sarita Sastry, National Director, Research and Programs Over the last 15 years, 20% more kids (ages 0-19) are surviving cancer. This is great news! But for kids with brain cancer, the outlook is not as promising. Brain cancer is now the...
The Super Adventures of Gold Getter, Wes!

The Super Adventures of Gold Getter, Wes!

Written by Guest Blogger, Mallory Zarate, Manager, Strategic Partnerships September has been a busy month for our heroes, but especially for a Gold Getter like Wes! While all of you have been getting back to school, enjoying the cooler temperature and preparing for...
CureSearch Walk Raises Money for Child Cancer Research

CureSearch Walk Raises Money for Child Cancer Research

(fox34.com) – “To honor, to remember, to cure” was the motto of Saturday’s CureSearch Walk at Buddy Holly Park, where volunteers celebrated the lives of childhood cancer survivors and commemorated victims of the condition. Volunteers at the...
BrAva Fighting for a Cure

BrAva Fighting for a Cure

Jillian Hanes, 6, of Waterford is surprised when she looks in the mirror after having her face painted. DOUG LOYER Special to the Times (mariettatimes.com) – BrAva Fight, a local non-profit organization, is making great strides locally aiding children with...
eVoices from the Tampa Bay CureSearch Walk

eVoices from the Tampa Bay CureSearch Walk

Written by Guest Blogger Michelle Beane, Marketing & Communications Coordinator On Saturday, September 17, 2016, I attended a CureSearch Walk in Tampa Bay, Florida, which is where I currently live. The event brought together survivors, families and supporters who...
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