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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Resources in Survivorship

Survival rates for children and teens diagnosed with cancer have greatly improved thanks to better treatments. Although cured of cancer, many survivors are at risk for health problems after treatment,…

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The Gifts You Gave

Throughout the holiday season, our hearts were moved by the generosity of our friends and supporters. We wanted to give you a glimpse of the joy your gifts provided to…

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Get Ready for Spring Fever

Being young in a vibrant city like Atlanta can be an enormous amount of fun. Young professionals can take advantage of great restaurants, bars, coffee shops, concerts, theatres and sporting…

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Because of Holden

We all do things for our children – sometimes those things are little changes in where we live or what we buy. And sometimes those changes are life-altering. Would you…

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Roll Tide to a CURE

At CURE, we aren’t fans of any particular football team. But we are big fans of the children’s book, Roll Tide Roll! because its author has a heart as big…

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