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Kids are not little adults. That’s why they need treatments made just for them!

See how St. Baldrick’s fellow Dr. Heather Schuback's research on acute myeloid leukemia (AML) cells could help kids get better, safer treatments.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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Honored Kid Kaiden is a happy second grader who loves camping and biking - he's also a brain tumor survivor!

His mom, Amy, thought Kaiden had left childhood cancer in his past - until one day, he brought home a school assignment that showed her just how much cancer still affects him.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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Can you believe it? We've raised $30 MILLION so far this year for childhood cancer research!

The Oregon Ducks soccer team sent us this photo to celebrate :)

Get involved & be a part of the next million: http://bit.ly/1XAbWXC
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HUGE NEWS! We’re excited to announce a new childhood cancer research award unlike any other.

And if you donated to St. Baldrick's, YOU made this possible. See how we're trying to fix a big problem with kids’ cancer research by funding innovative scientists with no restrictions!
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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"I have always been in awe of the way you have used your love to do what is best for me... Momma, thank you for always being exactly what I need!"

Sarah wrote the sweetest letter to her mom for being by her side throughout her childhood cancer journey <3
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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2013 Ambassador Emily is living it up in the Big Apple as a student at New York University.

Meanwhile, her mom is on the other side of the country in California.

Despite the distance, Emily made sure her mom is feeling loved for Mother’s Day — read Emily’s touching letter below <3
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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When Mateo's younger brother, Mason, was diagnosed with a brain tumor, they relied on reach other to stay strong.

Mason passed away in 2007 and Mateo plans to honor him this weekend <3

"My bald head may be a bit embarrassing to me as a teenager, but it’s really a symbol of my love for my brother Mason." Read their touching story.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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In March, one of our longest running head-shaving events returned for the 14th year in a row!

See how the LAPD & LAFD came together to bring in over $1 million for childhood cancer research.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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Yesterday, Ambassador Phineas’ dad, Carlos, joined more than 200 childhood cancer advocates on Capitol Hill.

Read his powerful speech about what it’s like to have two children diagnosed with cancer, the research that saved his son’s life, and why he won’t stop telling his family’s story.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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Over 200 childhood cancer advocates will be on Capitol Hill today and tomorrow, asking Congress to increase funding for kids' cancer research.

We need YOUR help to make sure our voices are heard. Here are 4 easy ways you can get involved from home!
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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When Elise had to choose between an amputation or rotationplasty surgery to rid her right leg of bone cancer, she knew it was a big decision.

Find out how Elise made her choice & the advice she has for any kid facing a big, tough decision.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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2013 Ambassador Avery has been fighting a brain tumor since she was 8.

Her mom, Stephanie, has been by her side every step of the way <3

See what Stephanie has to say about how childhood cancer has changed her job as a mom.
Read our blog to learn more about childhood cancer, lifesaving research, inspiring families, and how the foundation is making a difference.
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We're a childhood cancer charity funding the most promising research to help find cures for kids with cancer. Yes, we are indeed those crazy head-shaving people.