Cancer Warriors

Cancer Warriors include the children and their families who have a personal story to tell.  They are the most aware of the need for a cure as they each have had to battle malignant disease and face the challenges of treatments, side effects and after effects of childhood cancer.  Read their stories and show your support.  By donating in their honor you help the children and families yet to be diagnosed.  Your gift gives hope!

 

Warriors Around the Country: Ava’s Waste Removal

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Ava's Waste Removal
When individuals advocate to support lifesaving research, every donation or effort, both big and small, collectively can make a world of difference in saving lives. Meet Steve Groh, a father who knows far too well the devastation of pediatric cancer. His daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with Wilms Tumor at just two years old. Once she entered remission, he was determined to pay it forward. Read more »

Boys of Summer Campaign with Jon Lester raises funds for Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation

Categories: Cancer Warriors
Jon Lester's Boys of Summer campaign
Boys of Summer with Cubs Pitcher Jon Lester Jon Lester teams up with PCRF to continue the fight against pediatric cancer this summer with a Boys of Summer promotion benefiting his NVRQT platform. Short for “never quit”, the campaign run by PCRF and Jon Lester has one commitment: to strikeout pediatric cancer. An hour of …

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Marisas Memory Rockland Race Fuels Cancer Research

Categories: Cancer Warriors, Inspirational Stories, Power of One, Researchers
The Marisa Fund Article as it appeared in the lohud.com | The Journal News, Part of USA Today Nancy Haggerty , nhaggerty@lohud.com Published 6:02 a.m. ET Jan. 18, 2017 | Updated 4 hours ago They would run together and read together. Fantasy stories were her favorites. When she got older, Marisa Goldwasser told her dad, …

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Ian

Categories: Cancer Warriors, Inspirational Stories, Power of One
Ian Engdahl Pediatric Melanoma In the spring of 2005 I was diagnosed with pediatric Melanoma. This had no meaning to me, I had absolutely no idea that I had cancer, or could possibly die. I was only four years old. Even though I had only been on this planet for four years, I was still …

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