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Nutrition Workshop- Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 2pm-4pm

  • By DanielleCook · Posted March 20, 2014
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  • A Workshop Presented by the Georgetown University Hospital Pediatric Hematology Oncology Parent Advisory Board: Dishing it Up: geared towards Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Survivors, Parents and Caregivers ...

Managing Survivorship: Adolescents & Young Adults with Brain Tumors Webinar

  • By ABTA_Jillann · Posted March 18, 2014
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  • ABTA is hosting a webinar this Wednesday, 3/19/2014 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Central time. Managing Survivorship for Adolescents and Young Adults who have Been Diagnosed with Pediatric Brain Tumors Join ...

Questions about cancer??

  • By fuji · New reply February 10, 2014
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  • I wasn't sure where to post this, seemed like the best place to get some answers or at least some encouragement that we are going in the right direction. 1. I see in much of the articles that often there ...


  • By Julieriley · New reply April 5, 2013
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  • My niece just found out she has cancer. 17 and it's a huge tumor. Just wanting to find out anyone with this a any advise u can give our girl ...

Learn Ways to Thrive After Cancer - NYC Event

  • By CatherineML · Posted September 24, 2012
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  • Saturday, October 6 11 - 3 Lectures, Lunch and music on board the Queen of Hearts Boat in recognition of Cancer Survivorship Day. An opportunity for post treatment patients (adolescents and young adults ...

New Teen Resources

  • By ADnea · Posted August 16, 2012
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  • Hello Everyone. We are working on the development of cancer resources for teens, and we would love your input. If you are a teen with cancer, or if you know a teen with cancer, please tell us some things ...

Free Fitness Program for Teens & Young Adult Cancer Survivors.

  • By meichner · Posted July 29, 2012
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  • TLC-Fit Program helps teens return active habits after treatment. Running use to be easy for Brittany Arnold. By age 15, however, osteosarcoma took away the confident stride of this track and soccer athlete ...

Pen Pals

  • By Fizlle25 · Posted February 19, 2012
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  • Hi, I'm a teenager and I would really like to do something to help childhood cancer patients. I read about some pen pal programs but couldn't really find any. I would really appreciate it if you could ...

Supporting teens with cancer

  • By SAFUSA · Posted October 22, 2011
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  • My 18 year old daughter was diagnosed with a rare form of thyroid cancer at 17 years old. Since then she had us form a foundation for her called Bite Me Cancer where she wants to bring attention and support ...

Words of Wisdom...

  • By ADnea · New reply October 22, 2011
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  • The focus of this month is " Childhood Cancer Awareness," which can mean many different things. While we work constantly to raise awareness of childhood cancer issues in the general public, we also know ...

Preteens with neuroblastoma

  • By Crystoma · New reply October 18, 2011
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  • My daughter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma this past March at age 12. I am looking for other parents of teens or preteens with neuroblastoma, past or present. It would be good to talk with other parents ...


SupportCancerKids (Inactive)
  • By SupportCancerKids (Inactive) · Posted March 16, 2011
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  • I hate bipolar. Hate it. Sorry to be negative I know this is a place to be positive but I need to vent. Is that ok? I mean should I do that here? I really don't want to rain on anybody's parade and I ...

Ewings sarcoma

  • By meradeth · New reply July 6, 2010
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  • Hello, My 16 year old daughter was diagnosed 3 monthes ago with ewings sarcoma in her arm and mets to her lungs. She starts her 6th round of chemo next week and this wednesday radiation starts. I would ...

Chronic diarrhea post transplant

  • By CodysMom · New reply April 30, 2010
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  • My son received a stem cell transplant in June 09 after being diagnosed with ALL six months before. He has chronic diarrhea and we are so tired of living life this way. Any tips or suggestions? Anyone ...


  • By BJsmom · New reply February 22, 2010
  • 13 replies
  • My 14 year old son is newly diagnosed with osteo and alhough he wouldn't reach out himself, I know that he would feel better if he could talk to someone who is going or has gone through the chemo experience ...

kids with cancer

  • By oncologistgal · Posted October 24, 2009
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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q83dfjS2V Fg is a great clip on a young boy with cancer. If this doesn't touch your heart, i don't know what will!!!!! any comments ...

Good News for Chloe!!!

  • By Neodreams · Posted June 27, 2008
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  • The test results are in and there is very good news for Chloe from them! Benign! Benign! Benign! A Grade 1 Glioma, not Cancer!!! We are all celebrating this right now but at the same time there are complex ...

Our Friend needs you

  • By Neodreams · Posted June 19, 2008
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  • Not knowing what to do is sometimes one of the hardest parts of being a friend. I am not sure that posting this is going to make a difference but I am going to do this anyway. For those of you who will ...

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