Kick Stands Up to Kick Cancer Out

There are those people in life who just stand out. Jere was one. His friend, James, described him as passionate, kind, and devoted but also relentless and independent. They met…

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Ezra’s Race Cars

Early this year Travis and Ramona King began to notice that their one-year-old son, Ezra, wasn’t using his right hand. If he wanted one of his race cars, he would…

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Fathering Through Cancer

Psychologist Sigmund Freud said, “I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.” But what happens when a father cannot protect? Most…

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A Whole Lot of E’s

If you attended Lauren’s Run and the CURE Childhood Cancer Annual Picnic, you saw people in bright red shirts marked with a big “E”. In fact, you could hardly keep…

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Cap & Gown… and Cancer

Last weekend, Kennedy Cobble walked the aisle beside 2000 other graduates at the University of North Georgia. While many were watching, few in the audience truly understood how many steps…

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The Taste of Success

When CURE’s good friend and long-time partner, the St. Regis Atlanta, shared with us a concept for a new culinary event in Atlanta called Out of the Kitchen, we were…

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Acquiring Targets in the Fight Against AML

A childhood cancer diagnosis can turn complete strangers into intimate friends very quickly. Because each type of cancer is unique, parents tend to fragment by diagnosis to share knowledge, side-effect…

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A Survivor’s To-Do List

It is important that childhood cancer survivors focus on staying healthy after cancer. Here are some helpful tips to consider: Make your appointment to visit a cancer survivor clinic. Survivor…

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Driving as Long as it Takes

“Nothing’s been normal with Evan,” his father, Kraig, said. “Not in his whole life.” Evan’s whole life consists of almost three years, and his abnormal childhood began in the womb….

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