Category Archives: Cancer and Hematology

Ethan’s gift: End of treatment bells

The kids that fight cancer are true heroes. I am continually amazed at the strength and courage they display in the midst of a scary and unpredictable cancer diagnosis. My … Full Entry »

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Pediatric Cancer Disparities Symposium

The treatment of childhood cancer has improved remarkably in the past several decades. In the 1950s, less than 5 percent of children with leukemia survived, but today, survival from this … Full Entry »

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2016 monthly news round-up: Top stories from September

In September we spent time with Houston Texans player Devon Still, celebrated a “miracle recovery” with patient Noah Hansen, learned about a new medication for sickle cell disease and named … Full Entry »

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Acts of kindness

Every Friday during National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month we will be sharing Patrick’s journey. Sometimes God uses us to be a miracle in someone else’s life. One small act of … Full Entry »

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Reaching success: The end of treatment bell at Texas Children’s Cancer Center

The ringing of a bell can mean many things, but at Texas Children’s Cancer Center the ringing of a bell symbolizes victory.

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