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Children and families facing childhood cancer fight like lions—with raw courage and fierce determination. Lionfighters offers professional expertise and real-life encouragement to strengthen you for the fight.
Children and families facing childhood cancer fight like lions—with raw courage and fierce determination. Lionfighters offers professional expertise and real-life encouragement to strengthen you for the fight.

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To all of our dedicated readers: We have decided to sunset the #Lionfighters blog. We will continue to build relationships with our patients and their families, and we will always be a resource. As the blog comes to a close, we invite you to take a look at this post with some final words of wisdom from Anisa, Christy, and Dr. Jill Beck: http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/lionfighters-says-goodbye-sunsetting-our-pediatric-cancer-blog/
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All kids act a little egocentric at some point—they believe everything is about them, and they should always get what they want. Here’s why that could happen for #KidsWithCancer—and how you can fix it: #Lionfighters http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/kids-cancer-think/
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When you have a child with #cancer, your family spends a lot of time at the #hospital. Your kid’s #nurse might get to know you well—but how much do you know about her? Here’s a look into the life of Anisa Hoie, a nurse at Children’s: http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/something-patients-dont-know-anisa-hoie/
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When a child has cancer, it can leave a family feeling alone. Fortunately, there are 3 simple ways to help a family feel less isolated: http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/3-ways-help-family-stop-feeling-isolated-childhood-cancer/
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It is so important to find a babysitter you trust, and it can be difficult when your child has cancer. Here are 3 things to make sure you look for in a babysitter: http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/look-babysitter-child-cancer/
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If your kid has cancer, you may have done some research. And if you’ve found that your kid’s type of cancer is increasing, that information could be a bit misleading. Here’s the truth about the rise in childhood cancer: [Slideshow] http://lionfighters.childrensomaha.org/childhood-cancer-cases-becoming-common-2/
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