Cancer doesn’t care which child it attacks.
Every few minutes a parent learns it’s theirs.
Kids just like ours get hit with a cancer diagnosis that leave 99% of them with long-term effects from treatment by age 50. In the U.S., while cancer survival rates have risen, some childhood cancers still have no known cure. Parents need information, support and, most of all, hope.
That’s why the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and the American Cancer Society have joined forces to fund vital research to ease the cancer burden for families and kids with cancer. Offer your support today because cancer doesn’t care who it attacks.
Join us to stop it before it picks another child.