Paint Your Nails Gold and Fight Children’s Cancer

Paint Your Nails Gold and Fight Children’s Cancer

Sometimes it’s the little things we do that can make the biggest difference. Like when a parent paints a little girl’s nails and makes her feel beautiful. Or when a single voice tells the story of why children’s cancer research needs more funding....
Wes Chang, Neuroblastoma

Wes Chang, Neuroblastoma

Meet Gold Getter Captain, Wes Chang! This year for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we interviewed our Gold Getter Captains to learn about their cancer survivor stories. Learn more about how you can help them #MakeItGoldForKids here. Current Age: 3 Diagnosis: Stage...
When A Child Dies From Cancer

When A Child Dies From Cancer

BSIP/UIG via Getty Images(By Laura M. Colarusso, bostonglobe.com) – In late July, a friend of mine from high school and his wife lost their six-year-old son to a rare brain tumor. This little boy, who loved dinosaurs and Legos, underwent what looked like a...
Kenneth Bachstein, Bifocal Germinoma

Kenneth Bachstein, Bifocal Germinoma

17 Years Old at Diagnosis Written by Audra Bachstein In 2014, after drinking gallons of water every day and still experiencing months of weight loss, my 17-year-old son Kenny was diagnosed with diabetes insipidus, a disorder that causes an imbalance of water in the...
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