Childhood Leukemia Patients from High-Poverty Areas More Likely to Suffer Early Relapse

February 23, 2016

This article was first published in EurekAlert! on February 23, 2016 by the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Kira Bona, M.D., M.P.H. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute BOSTON, MA (February 23, 2016) – Among children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common pediatric cancer, those who live in high-poverty areas are substantially more likely to suffer early relapse […]

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A Gift to Pablove’s Kids

December 24, 2015

The holidays are a wonderful time of year. We get time off. We travel. We celebrate with family and friends. We create lasting memories with our kids. It’s an emotionally and spiritually warm time of year. It’s also a time of great challenge for kids with cancer and their families. As a mother who has […]

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You Can Help Us Find a Cure

December 8, 2015

FUND THE GAP? YES! With less than 4% of federal cancer research dollars geared toward pediatric cancers, only a few scientists are able to conduct meaningful childhood cancer research. Additionally, federal funding for biomedical research has been decreasing, which has resulted in an increasingly difficult environment for young researchers to make much needed breakthroughs. The […]

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A Parent’s Journey – Pablove Across America, Day 4

October 9, 2015

Today was a good, although deceiving, day.  We woke up to the beautiful sounds of the Pacific Ocean in Pismo Beach – a perfect setting to start the day.  Our morning dedication was given by Townsend Myers and Rusty Roussel to Julian Woods Haney from New Orleans.  Julian has leukemia and is an inspiration for […]

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