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  • The Creating Hope Act

    The Creating Hope Act pediatric priority review voucher program has been wildly successful. It is critical that Congress reauthorize the program permanently so that children with serious

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  • September is childhood cancer awareness month…. honor our children

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  • Childhood Cancer Bullying

    Nationwide, children with cancer are 60% more likely to be bullied than their healthy classmates. CAC2 is committed to supporting those who have been hurt or harmed, to treating

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  • Meet Taylor

    Taylor was a  16-year-old ambitious designer and entrepreneur. Taylor was determined to live life to the fullest, and wanted to be known as “a kid with cancer,

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  • New Hope for Children with Cancer… New Treatments

    See article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/for-children-with-cancer-hope-for-new-treatments-11547561004?mod=mhp&fbclid=IwAR1cXoHYeQ4qjEnvcw DC69YeHgtTcWqsfQWcuwNinCkAMuXjr6G2KsWMmCg

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  • After Giving Thanks Is Giving Back

    Some people give from the heart, some because they’re passionate about a cause and others pull from the traumatic life experiences they have been through to help

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  • Giving Tuesday-November 27th

    For us #givingtuesday is about keeping my daughter, Taylor’s, wishes, hopes and dreams to help children with cancer eternal and to keep her spirit of “giving” alive.

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  • A Reflection

    I am sitting on the floor in the Scarsdale/Yonkers Barnes & Noble children’s section where I frequented almost weekly with my three daughters when they were growing

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  • Advances in childhood cancer are NOT enough!

    Childhood Cancer Summit 2018: As described below we have made many advances in childhood cancer. BUT it is not enough! At the summit a teenager, with cancer,

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  • Sue Matthews honored as a making a difference

    This post is part of #GivingTuesday’s #WomenWhoGive series, which celebrates women who are making a difference in their communities. Sue Matthews, President,Taylor Matthews Foundation What inspired you

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