A Letter To My Dad

Dear Dad, Thank you for being a guide in my life. You are possibly the most inspiring person i know. Not only are you an incredible father, one that cares and nourishes, but you have dedicated your life to helping heal others. I am so proud to say that you are not only my hero,

Cancer in Teens and Young Adults

Childhood cancer is a big problem. In the U.S. alone, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer every school day. But it doesn’t just affect school-age children — babies, teens, and young adults can get childhood cancer, too.

Brain Surgeries & Chemo Can’t Stop Rally Kid Charley from Spreading Love & Happiness

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At just five years old, Rally Kid Charley’s favorite thing in the world is cuddling. “Charley just loves to love,” gushes her mom. “If she could hug, kiss, and cuddle all day long, she would!” Charley’s lovable nature and happy disposition are contagious—and extraordinary when considering what she’s been through at such a young age.

Rally Kid Maddy: A New Year With New Hope

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By Maddy Roman Hi! My name is Maddy and I am 16 years old. After a year of excruciating pain and misdiagnoses, I was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, on February 2nd, 2018. This year has been rough (to say the least), but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Throughout this cancer journey,