We hope you are taking the time to read our Through My Eye series this month. Our month-long childhood cancer series gives you an inside look at what it’s like for kids fighting cancer, their families and those fighting for them. Thank you for your support… keep sharing! So far we have raised $15,016 & reached […]
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Entries by Rachel Wood
There is no worse feeling in the world than for someone you love to be suffering from cancer. You want to fix it. Make it go away. But all you can do is love them.
Corey, diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma at 19 years old, shares what it’s like to be a young adult living with cancer. Learn how his life has changed, what keeps him strong and what cancer has taught him.
17 years old. Terrified. Exhausted. On his second time around the cancer block, Nicholas speaks out on what it’s like being a teenager fighting cancer struggling with Asperger Syndrome. This stage 4 osteosarcoma warrior had the courage to step out of his comfort zone to publicly talk about his anxiety. We hope you will take time to read his perspective. It’s real. It’s raw… just like childhood cancer.
We shared several perspectives last week as part of our Through Your Eyes: This is Childhood Cancer Awareness Campaign. We loved seeing the engagement, the comments, the likes, the shares and the donations. Each perspective is so different and gives us another viewpoint of the realities of what this awful disease is doing to our […]