Blogs: Families, Foundations & Researchers

I Love You Always, Mom

by Gloria Martin | Aug 13, 2019

I Love You Always, Mom Dear Silas, I want you to know your very last wish is happening right now. There is a team of researchers, doctors, and specialists who have assembled. They are working to make a difference in the world of brain cancer. I don't think any of us...

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Except for Tissue

by Nikki Lyons | Aug 8, 2019

My Research Project Was Scrapped Due to Lack of Tissue I always knew I wanted to be a scientist. This meant that when I was younger, I loved watching movies and shows featuring some scientific aspect. Science is usually shown as someone having an idea, immediately...

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What Cancer Taught Me

by Luke Reynolds | Jul 24, 2019

What Cancer Taught Me   Luke Reynolds won 1st Place in the2019 Ben Strauss Youth ProgramMiddle SchoolTeen Essay ContestThis is his winning essay What Cancer Taught Me One night around two and a half years ago, my little sister Nina said that her tummy hurt. The...

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Saying Goodbye to Normal

by Rachael Kittleson | Apr 22, 2019

Saying Goodbye to Normal by Rachael KittlesonKelsey's Momwww.KelseysPromise.org As normal goes, we were a normal family…two daughters, two dogs, a neighborhood full of kids, family dinners, carpools, homework, and messy rooms. Our oldest daughter Kelsey...

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Jennifer’s Inspiring Journey

by Libby Kranz | Jan 30, 2019

Thank you to Libby Kranz for allowing us to share her blog post. Libby lost her daughter Jennifer to pediatric brain cancer and is tireless advocate for pediatric cancer research and an active participant in the Gift from a Child program. You can follow...

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The Philadelphia Adventure

by Elizabeth Serafin | Feb 12, 2019

The Philadelphia Adventure by B Elizabeth Serafin from The H Life, 12/09/18 reposted with permission Brian and I spent a weekend we will never forget in Philadelphia. This wasn't a vacation. We were invited to participate in a conference. Swifty Foundation...

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