Help and Hope Happen Here
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Ashley Haseotes will talk about her innovative and highly successful non profit ONE MISSION which she started after seeing her son Nicholas hospitalized for 188 days during his Leukemia battle. The good news is that he is now a teenager and thriving.
Dana-Sue and Bill Crews had siblings who were diagnosed with cancer when they themselves were 7. They will discuss that, Bill's adult cancer, and the publishing company they started for young authors to write about their cancer journey's
Michael Shpigelmacher, the Founder and CEO of Bionaut Labs will discuss an engineered tool, that shows GREAT PROMISE in trying to solve the major problem of DIPG, the deadliest form of Pediatric Brain Cancer.
In today's Podcast Shara Moskowitz will talk about her daughter Avery who eventually was diagnosed with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma, and has somehow managed to defeat nearly all of the too many obstacles that have been thrown her way.
Annie Bartosz will talk about her twin brother Jack who passed away from Neuroblastoma in 2012, her father John who passed away from cancer in 2016, and the amazing advocacy work that she does for Pediatric Cancer, which began when she was 11 years old.
On today's Podcast Susan Giusto and Dr. Scott Coven will discuss the problem of Delayed Diagnosis, which happens when a child's Pediatrician takes too long to order the proper tests which can lead to a Pediatric Cancer diagnosis.
4 time Pediatric Brain Cancer survivor Stephanie Peters will talk about the time period from 1997 through 2002 when she was diagnosed with Ependymoma 4 times, and how she has managed to survive and live as normal a life as possible 20 years later.
Scanxiety is a well known part of the Pediatric Cancer experience. Rozaria Kozar, who lost her son Brody to Rhabdomayosarcoma in 2015 will talk about this topic, which is a featured part of her highly rated Living With Scanxiety Podcast.
Eliane and Gary Markoff lost their daughter Rachel Molly to Pediatric Brain cancer in 1992 and to honor her memory, they started the Art In Giving Non Profit, which they will talk about on today's Podcast.
Jeri Wilson, The Executive Director of the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation will discuss the fundraiser Dribble For a Cure on today's Podcast. This annual event takes place on the campuses of St. John's University and UCLA.
Sarah Bartosz , now the Executive Director at Beat Childhood Cancer, will talk about losing her son Jack and her husband John within the last 10 years to Neuroblastoma in Jack's case, and the after affects of a Young Adults Cancer in John's case.
Theresa Beech, A Space Engineer at Nasa, will discuss how her expertise in collecting and analyzing data, has helped to identify problems and come up with answers to the difficult bone cancer Osteosarcoma, which cost her son his life in 2016.
Danielle Leach lost her son Mason to Medulloblastoma in October of 2007. Since that time Danielle has become one of the most well known and passionate advocates for the cause of both Pediatric Cancer in general and specializing in Pediatric Brain Cancer.
Lisa Ward will talk about her amazing son Jace, who was diagnosed with DIPG when he was 20 years old, and spent the next 25 months trying to advocate for the younger kids who were dealt the same hand that Jace had fought to overcome.
Licensed Therapist and the head of Family Chemotherapy, Adriana Lewin will discuss the many problems that parents have to cope with after their child is diagnosed with any form of Pediatric Cancer, as her son did when he was 3 years old.
Sydney Sherwood is a Singer, Songwriter, and Pediatric Cancer Advocate who will talk about her younger brother Billy, who happens to be her best friend and is thriving after a most difficult battle against Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma.
Dana Giordano was diagnosed with cancer in one of her ovaries when she was 14 years old. She will talk about that and her running career in which she was an All American and qualified for the Olympic Track Trials in 2020.
Jenny and Mark Mosier's son Michael passed away from DIPG when he was 6 years old in 2015. Jenny will talk abut her son, and also discuss the Chad Tough Defeat DIPG Foundation which has raised millions for this form of Pediatric Brain Cancer.
Patti and Al Gustafson will talk about their son Michael who lost his battle with Medulloblastoma when he was 15 years old. They will be joined by Dr. Angela Waanders who will talk about the importance of post mortem brain tumor donations.
Angie Willis will talk about her daughter Sara, who passed away in 2018 when she was 18 years old from a Bifocal Pure Germinoma, and the non profit Sara's Acts of Kindness which Angie started in memory of her beloved daughter.