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Conquer Childhood Cancers
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"For kids with cancer born in countries with fewer resources, a chance at survival is far from certain."

This International Childhood Cancer Day, learn more about the global problem of childhood cancer, what St. Baldrick’s is doing about it and how YOU can get involved to help kids with cancer around the world. 

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Four years ago, Chase’s doctors found an extremely rare type of brain tumor.

"He’s lived four years, six months, and 10 days since they first said, 'There’s a large mass …'"

Read an update from his mom Eliie and why she thinks being a survivor isn’t the end of the road for him and his family <3 

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You don’t have to be in a relationship to appreciate a month that celebrates love.

Whether you’re single or taken, cynical or decked head to toe in red, you can do something to help cure childhood cancer.

Check out these 10 creative ways to fundraise in February!

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Honored Kid Aurora was diagnosed with childhood cancer at just 15 months old.

"A 15-month-old should be socializing with other children. Instead of doing these things, my baby was fighting for her life."

Her mom, Kelly, shares how she's fighting take to Aurora's childhood back from cancer <3 

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The first thing you should know is that social media is your friend. And it’s soon to be your best friend during that crazy head-shaving season :)

Our social media manager, Alison, gave tips & tricks on how to use Instagram to boost your fundraising for your upcoming St. Baldrick's event! 

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"On January 30, 2015, I received a call that changed my family's life forever...I thought, 'This happens to other people, not to us.'"

Dani's granddaughter, Cheyenne, was diagnosed with cancer. After finding out about St. Baaldrick's, Dani decided to organize a head-shaving event in honor of Cheyenne.

What Cheyenne didn't know is that her grandma had a HUGE surprise up her sleeve that day! See how Dani inspired hope at her event.

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Neuroblastoma. Immunotherapy. Malignant.

These are words no child should know. Unfortunately, kids with cancer know them all too well.

We're on a mission to give kids with cancer the childhoods they deserve. Help us take childhood back from cancer! Click below to get involved.

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What can you do to raise money for childhood cancer research?

The answer is, just about ANYTHING you can think of!

Here are 16 awesome fundraising ideas to get the ball rolling :) 

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Do you like throwing parties? Do you want to make a difference for kids with cancer?

We do, too! Join St. Baldrick’s and throw the ultimate shindig for good — a head-shaving event.

Here are 5 reasons to organize your own amazing event in 2017! 

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Clayton was diagnosed with childhood cancer at just 2 years old and a year later he was officially cancer free.

Unfortunately the very treatment that saved his life also put his life at risk with a secondary cancer. His dad, Jim, tells the story. 
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