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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Managing Scanxiety

The term “scanxiety” commonly refers to the anxiety, worry, and fear associated with post-treatment follow-up imaging.  A follow-up MRI or CT scan months to years after enduring cancer treatment can…

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8 Years and Counting

When April rolls around, the Fenchak family will be preparing for another big day at Lauren’s Run & the CURE Annual Picnic. It’s gotten to be old hat for them…

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Can You Beat Bailey?

Can you Beat Bailey? Most of the time Bailey looks like a typical sixteen-year-old. She wears a constant smile that radiates the joy of a happy, contented girl pushing through…

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An Invitation in the Mailbox

By LaTressa McVey   I remember the first day I held Janae in my arms. Within her first minutes, I could envision my grandkids, sending her off at college, first…

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The Girl who Dances Through Chemo

Imagine having to evacuate for a hurricane just days after you’ve celebrated the birth to your fifth child. To make matters worse, while away from home you notice that your…

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Coffee Served with a Purpose

There’s a new coffee shop in town – but it isn’t like the ones you know. Of course it will have strong coffee, pastries, and plenty of hand-crafted, decadent beverages…

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“Something that Shouldn’t be There”

In the summer of 2015, three-year-old Ava began complaining of lower back pain. After being sent home from daycare on several occasions and multiple inconclusive trips to the pediatrician, Ava’s…

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Cooking Along

There aren’t many eleven-year-old boys who love to watch cooking shows and help mom when she cooks. Fewer still could recognize celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay. But Adeshino (Kaleb) isn’t your…

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Do you have Spring Fever yet?

In March 2017, a sellout crowd gathered at Ponce City Market for the inaugural Spring Fever. Hosted by CURE’s Young Professional Leadership Council (YPLC), the event was designed to raise…

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