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Childhood Cancers

Katie Kosko
“The lack of concern is significant because some survivors may not engage in risk-reduction activities, such as recommended screening tests and healthy behaviors,” Todd Gibson, Ph.D.
Ryan Hamner
There can be definite struggles for childhood cancer survivors, even many years later.
Ryan Hamner
Writing helped me duck out on cancer.
Kim Johnson
The Healing Tree program at the Dempsey center helps young people who were affected by cancer cope.
Thea's Star of Hope
When asked about her favorite thing about Thea's Star of Hope, the ten-year-old explained that the organization is like a laser on pediatric brain tumors, shooting at them until, hopefully one day, poof! They disappear.
Jason M. Broderick
Tasigna (nilotinib) was granted Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval, to be used in the first- and second-line setting for pediatric patients 1 year old or older who have Philadelphia chromosome–positive chronic myeloid leukemia in the chronic phase (Ph+ CML-CP). 
Brielle Urciuoli
Ryan Hamner has battled Hodgkin lymphoma four times since the age of 5, and has had some interesting hobbies since - from gardening to metal detecting. But for Hamner, two things stuck: music and creativity.
Ryan Hamner
Why childhood cancer survivors should never skip a beat on tracking their heart health.
Kristie L. Kahl
Kymriah, which is the first FDA-approved CAR-T cell therapy, is showing promising results in pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
Brielle Urciuoli
While causes for pneumonia were varied – including bacteria (14 percent), virus (22 percent) and unspecified (64 percent) – the majority of children did not have immune deficiencies recorded at the time of their pneumonia diagnosis.
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