Legacy of Love

As we sat down with Arlena Pou, our intention was to learn about last year’s Legacy of Love Day, which was the first she had attended. In the end, we…

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Purchase a Tribute Sign

At Lauren’s Run, tribute signs are a special way to honor and remember someone whose life has been affected by cancer. The tribute signs will serve as decorative inspiration along…

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How to Register for Lauren’s Run

It’s time to register for the 23rd Annual Lauren’s Run and CURE Childhood Cancer Picnic on Sunday, April 23, 2017, at Concourse Office Park in Atlanta, GA. For those who…

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Guilt Can Be a Good Thing

Guilt can be an unusual motivator. Everyone feels guilty about things from time to time. Most of us tend to suppress our guilt impulses with the hopes of wearing them…

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Mixing Paint with Purpose

As an artist, Morgan Webb mixes paints for a living. Like everyone, she gets burned out with her job at times. And when your job is also what you love…

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Operations and Database Assistant

CURE Childhood Cancer is seeking an experienced individual to serve as the Operations and Database Assistant. The successful candidate will join a well-respected and collegial team and will contribute to…

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Talking to Your Child about Cancer

Every parent’s worst nightmare is to hear the words, “Your child has cancer”. The words send shock waves throughout our body, mind and spirit. As we process these shock waves,…

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Pitching Through Pain

Brooke Wakenigg recalls the day her father told her and the rest of the family she had bone cancer. “I’d never seen my daddy cry before,” she said. That was…

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Too Young to Make a Difference?

Despite our best intentions, young people often feel left out when it comes to charitable work. Many don’t feel empowered to make a difference. This is a shame because if…

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A Mother’s Hope and Healing

My family’s grief journey started only a year and a half ago. What I found at CURE’s Weekend of Hope and Healing was a safe place for my family to…

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Research in the fight against DIPG

A CURE-funded study into medicine used by adults that might win against a childhood killer A cancer drug tested for the first time with pediatric patients offers hope against a…

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