Cure


Folks – It’s September and that means it is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. My wife works at the Aflac Cancer Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and they put together this video highlighting the beautiful faces of their patients that I wanted to share.

Cancer remains the leading cause of death in children by disease in the US.  Much research is still needed for a cure.  The cure rate for childhood cancer is near 80%.  However, that means 20% of children lose their battle to cancer.  Please consider giving to one of the organizations listed below to fight for a cure.
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3 thoughts on “Cure

  1. WOW! This video is AWESOME and made me smile. I lost my dad to lung cancer 6 1/2 years ago and I know how helpless I felt about that. So bravo to these kids for fighting hard and to the staff that cares for them. Thanks for sharing.

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