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Keepin’ Georgia on Your Mind

Keepin’ Georgia on Your Mind On December 31, 2009 — just one day after her tenth birthday — Georgia Moore was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and would spend the next 28 months fighting for her life. Her mother, Courtney, found a creative way to explain to Georgia and her younger sister, Ivy,…
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Winning the Day!

Winning the Day! “As parents, our worst nightmare came to fruition on September 12, 2013, when our 17 month old son, Rex, was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma,” says Lesley Ryan.  “Nearly two years later, we’re blessed to say we remain the strong foursome we once were, only mightier by the experience.” Upon…
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Coping With Cancer Through Origami

Coping With Cancer Through Origami Leo had just started sixth grade when he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). He had always enjoyed making small origami paper airplanes and ninja stars with his friends at school, but the delicate art would soon become a therapeutic escape from his sometimes difficult cancer treatments. After diagnosis, Leo…
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