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Stephen Mangan's Heartbreaking Story About Losing His Parents to Cancer | Stand Up To Cancer
 
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Stephen Mangan tells the story about losing both his parents. Donation details: Text: to give £10 or £5 text TEN or FIVE to 70404 + 1 std rate msg. UK mobiles 16+ only. Get bill payer's permission. Closes 31 May 2017. Go to channel4.com/terms for Ts and Cs Online: channel4.com/su2c Phone: Call 0300 123 4444 100% of your donation goes to Cancer Research UK in support of the SU2C campaign. Watch more on All 4: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/stand-up-to-cancer Find out more about Stand Up To Cancer here: https://www.standuptocancer.org.uk/
Views: 53308 Channel 4
Meet Zia - Experiencing Parents with Cancer
 
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Meet Zia - a young girl who dreamed of having her father around for years to come. Unfortunately, she's experienced a parent with cancer. Though her father died of cancer, this doesn't have to be the case for all children. By supporting the American Cancer Society and the research surrounding cancer treatment we can make steps to prevent children from losing a parent to cancer. Consider making a donation to help fund cancer research at https://donate.cancer.org
Views: 732945 American Cancer Society
How being a parent to a child with cancer changes your life
 
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What is it like to have your child diagnosed with cancer? Monica McGuiness and Aaron Rodriguez spent two years traveling 80 miles to a hospital so that their 8-year-old son could receive treatment. McGuiness and Rodriguez share their Brief but Spectacular take on childhood cancer and how they coped. Find more from PBS NewsHour at https://www.pbs.org/newshour Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2HfsCD6 Follow us: Facebook: http://www.pbs.org/newshour Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/newshour Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/newshour Snapchat: @pbsnews Subscribe: PBS NewsHour podcasts: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/podcasts Newsletters: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/subscribe
Views: 1241 PBS NewsHour
Mark's story
 
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Five years after his wife Kate died of breast cancer, Mark lost his 10-year-old son, Robbie, to a brain tumour. This is his story. Stand Up To Cancer and help us work towards the day when no one has to lose someone they love to cancer. Text FIGHT to 70404 to donate £10. 100% of your donation goes to Cancer Research UK in support of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign. For each text message sent, you will be charged £10 plus your standard network message charge. 16+, UK only. Full Ts & Cs at: https://www.standuptocancer.org.uk/terms.
Views: 76499 standuptocancerUK
How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime | Nadine Burke Harris
 
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Childhood trauma isn’t something you just get over as you grow up. Pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and parents struggling with mental health or substance abuse issues has real, tangible effects on the development of the brain. This unfolds across a lifetime, to the point where those who’ve experienced high levels of trauma are at triple the risk for heart disease and lung cancer. An impassioned plea for pediatric medicine to confront the prevention and treatment of trauma, head-on. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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Parents Describe Their Young Daughter's Battle With Cancer | The Jeremy Kyle Show
 
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Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1LeF0z4 Parents describe how they discovered their daughter had cancer and her subsequent battle. Broadcast on 23/03/18 Apply to be on the show: http://bit.ly/1IJDyAg Like, follow and subscribe to The Jeremy Kyle Show! YouTube: http://bit.ly/1Brqdv9 Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1Ak0GyR Twitter: http://bit.ly/1E66GgW Join Jeremy Kyle as he deals with fiery confrontations, family feuds, exes at war, relationship problems and topical issues, all in front of a studio audience. Every day Jeremy and the team attempt to resolve conflicts between families and friends with the help of the Lie Detector, DNA Testing and Jeremy's no nonsense approach. Tune in to Jeremy Kyle every day on ITV and STV from 09:25am Do you want to appear on The Jeremy Kyle Show? Go to the website here http://bit.ly/1IJDyAg http://www.itv.com http://www.stv.tv
Views: 6396 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Teen advice for dealing with a parent’s cancer diagnosis
 
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Eighth grader Isa Moosa remembers what it was like when his mom received her breast cancer diagnosis. He says you can keep strong, but that it’s okay to cry. In this video, he shares his advice for other kids and teens who have a mom or dad with cancer. Parents, learn how to help your kids and teens cope with a mom or dad’s cancer diagnosis: http://www2.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/2013/04/when-a-parent-has-cancer-helping-teens-and-kids-cope.html Request an appointment at MD Anderson: https://www4.mdanderson.org/contact/selfreferral/index.cfm #endcancer
Talking with Children about a Parent's Cancer Diagnosis: Full Program
 
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Learn how to have age appropriate communication with children about a parent’s cancer diagnosis.
Children and young adults with parents with cancer - Video abstract: 28984
 
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Video abstract of original research paper "Children and young adults with parents with cancer: a population-based study" published in open access journal Clinical Epidemiology by Astri Syse, Gjøril B Aas, Jon H Loge. Read the full paper here: http://www.dovepress.com/children-and-young-adults-with-parents-with-cancer-a-population-based--peer-reviewed-article-CLEP Background: Today many people are choosing to have children later in life. Additionally, the use of sophisticated diagnostic tools and screening modalities has increased over recent years. Because of these factors, cancer is being diagnosed more frequently during the child-rearing years. Sociodemographic and cancer-related information on families and minor (0--18 years) and young adult (YA) (19--25 years) children experiencing parental cancer is scarce, but this information is vital for healthcare initiatives aimed toward those potentially adversely affected. Therefore, the aim of this study was to describe features of families and minor and YA children affected by parental cancer in a nationwide population. Methods: Complete Norwegian birth cohort data were obtained from national registries. Descriptive prevalence and incidence statistics were collected for parents and minor and YA children. Logistic regression models were used to assess factors likely to influence parental death. Results: Every year around 0.3% of all families with children under the age of 18 years encounter parental cancer, and 3.1% of minors and 8.4% of YAs have a parent who has been diagnosed with cancer. This study found skin, breast, testicular, and colorectal cancers were the most common forms of cancer diagnosed. The sociodemographic features of those affected were fairly similar to those of the general population. One in five children experienced parental death from cancer; parental death was more often paternal than maternal and was most common in parents diagnosed with leukemia or brain, colorectal, and lung tumors. Deaths are uncommon among parents without cancer. Conclusion: Adequate assistance for minor and YA children affected by parental cancer requires knowledge of their number and characteristics. Parental cancer is more common than previously suggested: the annual incidence of parental cancer for children under 18 years of age is 0.3%, whereas approximately 4% of children aged 0--25 years have or have had parents diagnosed with cancer, corresponding to a population prevalence of 1.4%. Around 20% of these children experience parental death, and surveys of live respondents should account for this.
Views: 475 Dove Medical Press
Parents Fight Childhood Cancer With Natural Treatment
 
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Putting Their Faith in Cancer Research
 
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Harrison McKinion was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) in December 2011 at the age of 10. Innovative new treatments developed thanks to cancer research put his cancer into remission. When Harrison’s leukemia partially relapsed in 2016, he and his parents again turned to research in hopes of finding a treatment that would put him in complete remission for the long term. Learn more about advances in cancer research at www.AACR.org/CancerProgressReport.
Cannabis & Cancer ... From a Parents Perspective .....
 
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In this video ....... Steve goes on a rant about the use of Cannabis Oil and young children with cnacer
Views: 96 steven stairs
Advice for friends of parents who have a child with cancer
 
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Cancer can have an emotional and mental health impact on the whole family, and some friends and families struggle to know how to they can help out. At a recent event for parents who have a child who has been diagnosed with cancer, we asked them about what advice would they give to people who know of a family who have a child with cancer. This video highlights some of the responses. Please let us know if you find it useful.
Views: 23 CLIC Sargent
Zia's Story: Unfunded Cancer Research
 
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Meet Zia - a young girl who dreamed of having her father around for years to come. Unfortunately, she's experienced a parent with cancer. https://donate.cancer.org/ Each year groundbreaking cancer research is put to a halt due to lack of funding. With your contribution we can make sure families like Zia's won't be broken apart due to lack of treatment. Consider donating to the American Cancer Society.
Views: 497482 American Cancer Society
FCV097 Parents, kids, and cancer — Guest: Heather Von St. James
 
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Three months after Heather Von St. James gave birth to her first child, she was diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma, a rare form of lung cancer caused by asbestos. She was told she had fifteen months to live. Fast-forward eleven years and Heather is very much alive and has dedicated her life to helping parents who are cancer patients. "My job, as an advocate, is not to tell patients the 'right way' to do things." Heather says. "Those parents know their kids far better than I do. (The question is) how much do you think (your child) can handle? I know what works for my daughter. (That's all.) It's more important for me to support them in their decision and maybe suggest things that might work better." Annie talks to Heather about helpful ways for parents to respond to children's questions, concerns and worries about a parent's health challenges and how help your child get the community support he or she needs at this time. About Heather Von St. James (@HeatherVSJ) Heather Von St. James is an 11-year cancer survivor, cancer research advocate, and blogger. She is a contributor to Huffington Post and offers a message of courage, inspiration and hope. Heather also serves as a mesothelioma research funding advocate and conference speaker for the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization and Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. As a survivor of this often fatal asbestos disease, she considers herself to be a “poster child for hope after mesothelioma.” Learn more at http://Mesothelioma.com Camp Kesem Heather strongly recommends that kids whose parents are undergoing cancer treatment spend time around other kids who are going through the same thing. Camp Kesem, a nation-wide community driven by passionate college student leaders, supports children during and beyond their parent's cancer. Camp Kesem is free of charge for every child who attends and is open to children who have lost a parent to cancer, have a parent who is undergoing cancer treatment, or whose parent is a cancer survivor. With 100+ college chapters from coast to coast, you can find a camp near you. Learn more at http://CampKesem.org While Camp Kesem is only open to children of cancer patients, there are other camps that provide wonderful support for children who are, themselves, cancer patients or who have a sibling who is a cancer patient. Find those camp options at http://www.ped-onc.org/cfissues/camps.html. About Annie Fox, M.Ed. Annie is a parenting expert with 30+ years experience. She's been an online adviser to tweens, teens and parents since 1997. Her award-winning books include: "Teaching Kids to Be Good People", "The Girls Q&A Book on Friendship", and the groundbreaking Middle School Confidential™ book and app series. More information about Annie at: http://AnnieFox.com About Family Confidential Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a weekly podcast about 21st century parenting joys and challenges. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential provides practical parenting advice through down-to-earth interviews with parenting experts, educators, therapists, and entrepreneurs. These recorded discussions help parents strengthen family connections by providing tips, child-rearing insight and practical tools for guiding your kids through the tween years and beyond. http://FamilyConfidential.com Copyright © 2009-2017 Annie Fox and Electric Eggplant. All Rights Reserved.
Views: 32 Annie Fox, Author
Confronting Childhood Leukemia
 
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Diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) just before his 12th birthday, Luke Theodosiades’ parents turned to investigational treatments to control their eldest child’s cancer. Learn how cancer research is benefiting pediatric cancer patients like Luke at www.AACR.org/CancerProgressReport.
Cancer survivor offers advice for parents with cancer
 
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Linda Ryan is no stranger to parenting with cancer. In this video, the three-time cancer survivor shares her advice for other parents going through cancer and talks about maintaining normalcy for your child.
Together we will be “Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids”
 
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We are tackling the problem of pain in children with cancer through a social media campaign for parents called “Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids” (#KidsCancerPain). A team of researchers, led by Dr. Christine Chambers (IWK Health Centre & Dalhousie University) and Dr. Jennifer Stinson (SickKids & University of Toronto), has partnered with the Cancer Knowledge Network to bring parents the very best, cutting-edge research evidence about children’s cancer pain. We are sharing this information with parents in a series of blogs, videos, images, Facebook posts, and Twitter chats. Follow the hashtag #KidsCancerPain on social media and visit our website, https://cancerkn.com/kidscancerpain/, to learn more. Funding for this research provided by a Knowledge to Action grant from the Canadian Cancer Society.
What should you say to parents whose children have cancer?
 
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When speaking to the parents of children who have cancer, try not to say things that minimize their trauma or distress. "Instead, assure them, 'I'm with you. I see you're suffering. If you want to talk about it, I'm here.' Remember that your presence and support speaks volumes more than any words," says Jeanelle Folbrecht, Ph.D., director of Psychology, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Department of Supportive Care Medicine at City of Hope. ############################ City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the highest recognition bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, with research and treatment protocols that advance care throughout the nation. City of Hope's main hospital is located in Duarte, Calif., just northeast of Los Angeles, with clinics in Antelope Valley and South Pasadena. It is ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" in cancer by U.S.News & World Report. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of bone marrow transplantation and genetics. For more information, visit www.cityofhope.org. ############################ CONNECT WITH CITY OF HOPE http://www.facebook.com/cityofhope http://www.twitter.com/cityofhope http://breakthroughs.cityofhope.org http://thehelix.cityofhope.org http://www.pinterest.com/cityofhopepins http://www.flickr.com/cityofhope http://www.causes.com/cityofhope and more at http://www.cityofhope.org/getsocial
Views: 666 City of Hope
A parent's view of childhood cancer research
 
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Leona Knox Filmed at the UK Childhood Cancer Conference 2016 #CCC16
Views: 427 ChildCancerCCLG
How do parents choose treatment for their daughter's cancer that has no known cure?
 
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Sophia and Josh Myers have had to make many difficult decisions about the treatment for their daughter, Sophia, who was diagnosed with DIPG in February. There are several hospitals that are doing studies on different treatments for the disease, but the Myers’ had to make decisions with little time for research.
Views: 6363 SunHerald
Meet 5 Parents Fighting to End Childhood Cancer
 
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Five incredible parents, each of whom had a child diagnosed with cancer, share their darkest moments, greatest joys, and biggest challenges in the fight for their kids' lives. Each of them started a foundation to find cures and treatments for pediatric cancer, the number-one disease killer of children in the United States. Here are their stories.
Views: 3839 Reader's Digest
Previewing the Parents vs Coaches game - Raising money for Cancer Research
 
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On the 9th June, we are hosting a FUNDAY - this is to raise money for Cancer Research UK, with all proceedings taken going to the charity. On this day, we are having an 11aside Parents vs Coaches game - where all parents are able to play against our coaching staff. The banter has been flying about and here are our coaches views on the game. To find out more information - visit our website: www.efacademy.co.uk
Support research into life after cancer: Aeson’s story
 
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Aeson had just celebrated his first birthday when he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma. Learn about his journey from his parents, Ana and Aaron, and hear about a test he received that predicted a potentially fatal side effect resulting from treatment. The Canadian Cancer Society invested in two researchers who brought Aeson and his family hope. You can help more people like Aeson. Give courageously. Donate generously. Please visit cancer.ca/donate. Thank you.
Talking with Children About a Parent's Cancer Diagnosis: Emotional Adjustments in Children
 
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Child psychologist discusses different emotional responses children may experience when a parent has cancer. Part 1 of 3.
Grief shared by parents of kids with cancer
 
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Lauren Hill raised awareness through Cure Starts Now ◂ WCPO - 9 On Your Side brings you the latest trusted news and information for the greater Cincinnati Tri-State area, including Northern Kentucky and Indiana. WCPO Channel 9 News brings you breaking news alerts, weather, traffic, streaming video and in-depth coverage of topics important to you and your community. For more download the WCPO mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wcpo Android: http://bit.ly/wcpo-android
Patient parents and doctors fighting pediatric cancer together
 
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Parents play an outsized role in the pediatric cancer community — especially Because of Daniel President Theresa Beech, who used her professional training as a NASA engineer to pave the way for progress in scientific research. Her insights are now being clinically tested by Rosie Kaplan, Head, Tumor Microenvironment and Metastasis Section, National Cancer Institute. They sat down with The Atlantic’s Alison Stewart to talk about their story. Grounded in the 160-year legacy of the magazine, AtlanticLIVE brings the unparalleled journalism of The Atlantic to life through singular event experiences, on stage and off. For more information, please visit: https://www.theatlantic.com/live/
Views: 172 AtlanticLIVE
Teaming Up to Fight Cancer
 
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Dr. Carole Parent, Senior Investigator of CCR's Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology discusses the 2010 signing of the Graduate Partnership Program in Cancer Technology. This agreement allows Dr. Parent and other NCI researchers to collaborate with University of Maryland students studying physics and math in hopes of encouraging groundbreaking cancer research. In the video, you will meet University of Maryland physics student Colin McCann, who is currently collaborating with Dr. Parent. Learn more about Dr. Parent's research at: http://ccr.cancer.gov/staff/staff.asp?profileid=5631 Read about the NCI/UMD collaboration in CCR Connections at: http://home.ccr.cancer.gov/connections/2010/Vol4_No2/news_9.asp
Views: 1021 NCIresearchfunding
Parents' Age and Cancer Risks
 
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http://www.dailyrx.com/cancer-risks-lower-people-whose-parents-live-longer-average http://www.dailyrx.com/conditions/cancer If you're the child of someone who lived to be 100 or more, you're likely to live longer. It's in the genes. Even better, your cancer risk may be lower. New research finds individuals whose mother or father were considered long-lived had a 24 percent decreased risk of developing cancer. The 18-year study involved nearly 10 thousand participants from all over the world. Talk to your doctor about staying healthy and active well into your golden years. For daily RX TV, I'm Jennifer Dodd.
Views: 29 dailyRx
Post Traumatic Stress in Parents of Children with Cancer presentation
 
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For more information, please contact OPACC at info@opacc.org
Views: 244 OPACC
Talking with Children About a Parent's Cancer Diagnosis: Communicating With Your Child
 
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Child psychologist discusses how to talk with children at various stages of development and answer common questions children may have about a parent’s cancer. Part 3 of 3.
Children's Cancer website
 
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An Australian first, Children's Cancer website http://childrenscancer.canceraustralia.gov.au. Developed by Cancer Australia for families and carers, the community, health professionals and researchers. This website offers advice and support for children living with cancer, their families, friends and the broader community. It provides information about clinical trials and research, as well as links to resources for health professionals and researchers. Funded by the Australian Government, the Cancer Australia Children's Cancer website brings together a range of new and up-to-date evidence-based information on children’s cancers into one accessible and user-friendly site, enabling parents, families and carers of children with cancer to be better informed about their child’s cancer. The Children’s Cancer website was developed with the guidance of an Expert Reference Group, chaired by Dr Luciano Dalla-Pozza. The group comprised of specialist clinicians, cancer nurses, parents of children affected by and cancer organisations.
Views: 670 CancerAustralia
Talking with Children About a Parent's Cancer Diagnosis: Helping Your Child Cope
 
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Child psychologist discusses ways to support your child and tips to help them cope when a parent has cancer. Part 2 of 3.
Parents' Roles in Health Care and Illness Management for Children with Cancer and Chronic Conditions
 
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Presented by: Janet A. Deatrick, PhD, RN, FAAN University of Pennsylvania Professor, Family and Community Health School of Nursing "First Friday" is a monthly brown-bag research seminar and webinar for faculty and students, featuring guest speakers on timely topics of interest. This session focuses on the family management research. Dr. Deatrick's research encompasses a unique blend of substantive, theoretical, and methodological contributions. Her efforts to explicate children and family's involvement in health-related decisions and her careful observations of family management of childhood illness provide invaluable information to clinicians. Simultaneously, Dr. Deatrick's more theory-based efforts provide direction for pediatric nursing and research. She is also well respected for her methodological expertise in qualitative and family research. Her present research focuses on caregivers and survivors of childhood brain tumors. This research extends family management into oncology populations and provides a family context to caregiving research.
Views: 320 Molloy College
Children and Clinical Studies: For parents and caregivers
 
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In this video, more than a dozen pediatric clinician-researchers, doctors, and nurses talk about the importance of conducting clinical trials for children while addressing common questions that parents and caregivers face when they are considering enrolling a child in a clinical study. Children are not little adults, yet they are often given medicines and treatments that were only tested in adults. The way to get the best treatments for children is through research designed specifically for them. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) remains committed to ensuring that families get all the information they need to feel comfortable and make informed decisions. The safety of children is the utmost priority for all NIH research studies. Learn more on the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) website at http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/childrenandclinicalstudies/index.php
Views: 4155 NHLBI
Mother who lost daughter to cancer now helps parents
 
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Losing a child to cancer is devastating. But one local mom is turning her loss into a labor of love to help other families; specifically, the parents of kids stuck in the hospital.
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Cancer Survivor Becomes Ambassador for Hope
 
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Hi! My name is Ashley Burnette. I live in Raleigh, NC, I am 11 years old and I'm in the 6th grade. I am proud to say that I am a cancer survivor. On August 27th of 2010, I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma and later was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. I went through many battles that have led to me being able to say that I am CANCER FREE, but that isn't a short story to tell. I have gone through a lot to gain that title and I realize it’s a blessing that I'm able to hold that title. My goal in life is to be someone that will make a difference in this world and someone that will be remembered for doing so. I hope to be a role model for many kids battling cancer and to encourage all of them to keep fighting. When I was going through treatment, I was asked to be a Patient Ambassador for the NC Children’s Hospital and I was able to share stories from my journey with lots of people. In 2014, I was chosen to be the 2014-2015 National Youth Ambassador for Hyundai Hope On Wheels, which is one of the leading funders for pediatric cancer research in the US. As their ambassador, I get to travel around the country to lots of children’s hospitals and share my message of hope to other kids and families battling cancer. I really enjoy public speaking and hope that when other kids see how I fought a hard battle and made it through, that they too will never give up! During my treatment, I made lots of friends who were also battling cancer. Unfortunately more than half of those friends didn’t survive. No kid should have to go through the pain of losing one of their best friends to cancer. I felt like I lost a piece of myself when each of them passed. THEY are the reason I need to do all I can to help find a cure for this horrible disease! My hope is that in my lifetime, no other parent will have to hear the words, “Your child has cancer.” My plan is to do all I can to bring awareness to childhood cancer and to help raise money for research so we can end childhood cancer FOREVER!!! Love, Ashley Burnette
Views: 2054 UNC Health Care
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2014 - The DeHarts Talk Research and Beyond
 
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Brent & Linda DeHart, parent of a childhood cancer survivor offer their thoughts and firsthand experiences related to current research for the disease and and how far it has yet to go. Help us find the cure to childhood cancer. In observance of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, please consider making a donation to our partner, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, to fund much-needed research: http://u.nm.com/MoreResearch Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children younger than 15 in the U.S. Two years ago, we launched launched a national philanthropic program through our employees and financial representatives to accelerate the search for a cure to childhood cancer and to provide support to kids and families facing the daily struggles of this disease. Together, we can help kids fighting cancer and their families forget about fear and find happiness. And, we can help accelerate the search for a childhood cancer cure. Visit Northwestern Mutual: https://www.northwesternmutual.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/northwesternmutual Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NM_News Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/northwesternmutual
Views: 93 NorthwesternMutual
Testimony of parents fighting  against childhood cancer.
 
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Testimony of parents fighting against childhood cancer.
Listen to Other Parents Talk About Cancer: Becoming An Informed Parent
 
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Parents speak about how they became an informed parent after learning that their child has cancer. This video is an excerpt from A Journey of Hope, a DVD produced by St. Louis Children's Hospital about what you need to know about your child's cancer and care. For more information on St. Louis Children's Hospital cancer services, visit http://www.stlouischildrens.org/our-services/hematologyoncology-services.
Speaking to Children about a Parent's Prognosis | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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Dana-Farber social workers and a patient share advice for parents discussing their prognosis with their children. Learn more at www.dana-farber.org/familyconnections
Cancer Progress Report 2014: Zachery Witt
 
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Between 10 and 15 percent of childhood anaplastic large cell lymphomas are ALK-positive. Diagnosed at age 5, Zachery Witt is overcoming anaplastic large cell lymphoma thanks to the lung cancer drug crizotinib. His parents, John and Pam Witt, share his story with us in the AACR Cancer Progress Report 2014. www.CancerProgressReport.org
Someone in my family has cancer: A video for kids and parents HD
 
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Thank you for watching our video, we hope you found it helpful. As this video is meant as a conversation starter, the child in your life may have many questions. Visit our corporate Website to find organizations that can help you answer any tough questions that might come up. http://www.lundbeck.com/ca/en/therapeutic-areas/oncology
Views: 37731 LundbeckCanada
Share? Help Kids Touched by a Parent's Cancer! #HelpCampKesem #GivingTuesday
 
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www.CampKesem.org Camp Kesem provides FREE SUMMER CAMPING EXPERIENCES for children touched by a parent's cancer. Last summer we provided nearly 4,000 children this life-changing experience in over 60 camps coast-to-coast. Our goal in 2015 is to reach 5,000 children. We need your help. Support. And cheering. Thanks!
Views: 521 Jim Higley
Kranz Family Plea for Pediatric Cancer Funding.  Help spread the word.
 
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WWW.LOVE4JLK.ORG Jennifer, JLK, was diagnosed with DIPG, an inoperable brain stem tumor, on her 6th birthday. Her parents were told she'd have about 9 months. Well 3 months into their journey, they've been told they have 1-2 months left. We need to raise awareness. We need more funding for childhood cancers...and equal divide of funding that is already there. Only 4% of cancer research funds are put towards childhood cancer research. We need to save our children and our children's children. Help be a voice. Help by sharing this video. Help by spreading the word. Learn more about JLK and her family at: www.love4jlk.org
Views: 14070 Heather Avrech
Keeva's parents share their golden moment during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
 
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Keeva was diagnosed with Anaplastic Rhabdomyosarcoma of the left upper thigh in 2014 and in 2016 was later diagnosed with a malignant giant cell bone tumour of the left iliac bone. Keeva had surgery to her left leg which this time removed her left pelvis and 30% of her hip socket. This was followed by several rounds of chemotherapy. In this video, Keeva's parents shared their Golden Moment when Keeva walked across the play bridge and down the pole. Follow Children with Cancer UK: Main Facebook: http://bit.ly/2vXBMxr Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xbAzkJ Events Facebook: http://bit.ly/2voh3j0 Events Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xryzEu Instagram: http://bit.ly/2vexi5m LinkedIn: http://bit.ly/2fpa8Ue Flickr: http://bit.ly/2vKIAQd
Professor Mel Greaves reveals likely cause of childhood leukaemia
 
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The ICR's Professor Mel Greaves talks about how a major new analysis has revealed for the first time the likely cause of most cases of childhood leukaemia and that the disease may be preventable. Find out more: https://buff.ly/2KHuXos Question and answer videos: What causes mutations to occur in the womb? - https://youtu.be/jgs2Bjet268 What are the next steps for leukaemia research? - https://youtu.be/mRZmOP8HYAc Why is leukaemia prevention so important? - https://youtu.be/PYb-rmI7HIw What can parents do to reduce their child's risk of leukaemia? - https://youtu.be/dUMu2exV2SI
Views: 11244 TheICRLondon