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By Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation
Over 400 employees, managers and staff participate in Inside Ride event
By Michael Magro Foundation
Finding a vein for a blood draw or IV in critically ill pediatric patients is sometimes a very difficult situation for nurses, doctors, and especially the patients.
By Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc.
The Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST) has released a music video entitled, “Stronger Than Cancer”. Everyone in the video is currently battling cancer, a cancer survivor, a family member of a cancer survivor, or a medical professional.
By Hats Off For Cancer
On one of the silliest days of the year, Mad Hatter Day, Hats Off For Cancer charity is hosting their 6th annual nationwide Mad Hatter fundraiser and hat drive for kids and teens battling cancer. This is a wonderful opportunity for groups to help.

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By Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation
Over 400 employees, managers and staff participate in Inside Ride event
By Michael Magro Foundation
Finding a vein for a blood draw or IV in critically ill pediatric patients is sometimes a very difficult situation for nurses, doctors, and especially the patients.
By Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc.
The Pediatric Oncology Support Team, Inc. (POST) has released a music video entitled, “Stronger Than Cancer”. Everyone in the video is currently battling cancer, a cancer survivor, a family member of a cancer survivor, or a medical professional.
By Hats Off For Cancer
On one of the silliest days of the year, Mad Hatter Day, Hats Off For Cancer charity is hosting their 6th annual nationwide Mad Hatter fundraiser and hat drive for kids and teens battling cancer. This is a wonderful opportunity for groups to help.
By The National Children's Cancer Society
The Aflac Foundation awarded a $20,000 grant to The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) to help the NCCS’ Beyond the Cure Scholarship Program provide college scholarships to childhood cancer survivors for the 2012-2013 school year.


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