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CureSearch Heroes – Ryan Herring

Ryan is currently a 5-year-old boy undergoing treatment for diffuse leptomeningeal glioneuronal tumor (DLGNT) at the University of Virginia (UVA). Diagnosed in March of 2019, Ryan’s family has traveled to various hospitals in hopes of a treatment to cure him, but unfortunately, there is not a cure for DLGNT this time. Ryan is only the …

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CureSearch Walk Heroes – Claire, Team Clairebear

“Once you have cancer in your rear-view mirror, it’s important to advocate for the kids — your own and everyone else’s.”  Life is good for Claire now. This multi-talented, 8-year-old dancer and gymnast is captivated by the history of ancient Egypt. A budding comedian, she has written a repertoire of jokes that she loves to perform. She is also an avid reader who enjoys playing with her friends.   There is another important facet of Claire Braziel’s life – she is a cancer survivor and advocate. In December of 2012, …

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CureSearch Walk Heroes – Alex – The A Team

Alex was just a happy, normal kindergartner when he was diagnosed basically out of the blue in February of 2012 after off and on back pain.  He was diagnosed with ALL -acute lymphoblastic leukemia t-cell high risk. He started chemo the next day after getting the diagnosis. He endured 8 months of weekly, intense chemo …

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CureSearch Walk Heroes – Krislynn

Our daughter Krislynn was diagnosed with Stage 4 Wilms tumor (Kidney cancer) which spread to her liver, lungs, abdominal nodules, and enlarged lymph nodes on 10/15/2016. Her treatment was brutal. Her next biggest hurdle is puberty. That’s when we will know (hopefully) if she will need a kidney transplant sooner (teenager) rather then later in …

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CureSearch Walk Heroes – Sydney

2020 will be our 8th year walking for and supporting CureSearch, and we have successfully raised more than $175,000! Thank you for your past and future support! We formed team Hope for Sydney in 2013 after our daughter Sydney, then 3, was diagnosed with Philadelphia-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia (Ph+ ALL). The Philadelphia chromosome is a rare subtype …

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