June is Cancer Survivors Month – give kids hope for the future.

For children who survive cancer, the journey is never really over.

On average, by age 50, childhood cancer survivors have experienced 17 adverse effects from treatments with 3 to 5 of those being severe to life-threatening. Donate today and fund the most promising research to help #DFYchildhoodCancers.

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You don’t beat cancer… you survive it.

This month we celebrate survivors and help those who haven’t experienced cancer to understand that surviving it, is just the first step in a lifelong journey. And that until every child survives and thrives, we’ll keep funding research.

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The long and winding road to survivorship

They were told to prepare for the most difficult year of their lives. 7 years later after 3 resection surgeries, 21 rounds of chemo, 36 rounds of radiation, a bone marrow transplant, immunotherapy and 5 clinical trials, he’s cancer-free.

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To a child love is spelled T.I.M.E.

This Father’s Day we celebrate three fathers who spend every precious second of their time focused on their kids. Each of their stories covers a different chapter in the story of survivorship. And as it turns out, time is on their side.

Leaving No Stone Left Unturned

To fund the finest childhood cancer research St. Baldrick’s scours the nation to discover the most promising research. We find and fund the very best of the best. See how your donations are making an impact in the lives of survivors.