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Posts Tagged ‘Cancer Support’

The Bone Marrow Registry and Why Diversity Matters

With every passing 120 seconds a person in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Many people look to the National Bone Marrow Registry when in need of a transplant, but many people are looking at this list and seeing a huge problem.   Minorities are greatly underrepresented on the bone marrow registry. 67%…

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Need Support or Fun?

By Kevin Dwyer When I think of awesome cancer charities that offer support or fun to patients, I think of charities like Make a Wish, Believe in Tomorrow, and opportunities geared towards children. But if you are over 18, you may feel like you missed out on all the great cancer charities. That is simply not the…

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‘Batkid’ movie coming out this June

Looking for something that will lift your spirits this summer?  On June 26th, Batkid Begins: The Wish Heard Around the World will premiere in theaters.   The documentary tells the true story of Miles Scott, a childhood cancer survivor from Tulelake, California who became a superhero for a day as thousands of volunteers helped transform San Francisco into Gotham City. At eighteen months old, Miles…

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SmartCEO Event – A Night of Heroes

A Night of Heroes honors local executives, community leaders and sports icons — and the people in their lives — who have been affected by a life-threatening illness. These individuals have demonstrated strength, resilience and selflessness, whether fighting their own battle of survival or supporting a loved one. Brought together by a mutual love of…

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