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I hope to continue spreading awareness regarding blood cancers and raising money towards research in hopes of one day finding a cure.
Parent Guilt...Am I doing enough? Am I doing it right? Do my kids feel loved? Appreciated? Do I spend enough time with my kids? Was I too impatient today? As parents, we’ve all felt that nagging emotional response.
I was diagnosed only two weeks before the world seemingly shut down. Schools closed, workplaces sent employees home indefinitely, grocery panic shopping began and most curiously, shoppers began hoarding toilet paper.
Hi there! My name is Katie. I am a survivor of a blood cancer called acute lymphoblastic leukemia. I was diagnosed at 2 years old and finally went into remission when I was 5.
Daxton had woken up and complained of a headache. Then, he became extremely nauseous so I took him into the ER. An hour later, I learned that my son had cancer.
When my 11-year-old daughter Erin was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), it was truly "the phone call that changed our lives."
I will always remember October 31, 2016, as the scariest Halloween of my life. It was the day my three-year-old daughter, Zoë, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Through my blood cancer experience, I learned that everything happens for a reason and every event – whether positive or negative – gives me a chance to grow.
When you are ready, we can help you gain the insights, resources, training, and access to local community services professionals that will prepare you for the questions, concerns or needs of your patients upon diagnosis and at every stage of their cancer experience.