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Kayla was diagnosed with AML when she was 4 months old. She just celebrated her 5 year BMT birthday, mom July writes.

Kayla was diagnosed with AML when she was 4 months old. She just celebrated her 5 year BMT birthday, mom July writes.

Arianna gives her father a kiss at the pediatric hematology/oncology clinic at Miller Childrens Hospital, Long Beach,Calif.  during her treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She will complete her treatment on Jan. 20, 2012, her seventh birthday, her mother Lynn Eyres writes.

Arianna gives her father a kiss at the pediatric hematology/oncology clinic at Miller Childrens Hospital, Long Beach,Calif. during her treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. She will complete her treatment on Jan. 20, 2012, her seventh birthday, her mother Lynn Eyres writes.

Jaina Sapp was 11 months old when she was diagnosed and began treatment for Hepatoblastoma, or liver cancer. She survived chemotherapy and surgeries and is now 4 years old. Her father, Pete Sapp, sent us this photo.

Jaina Sapp was 11 months old when she was diagnosed and began treatment for Hepatoblastoma, or liver cancer. She survived chemotherapy and surgeries and is now 4 years old. Her father, Pete Sapp, sent us this photo.

Quinten was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma in Dec. 2010 at 15 months old.  After six rounds of high dose chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant and 12 rounds of radiation, he is in remission, Amanda Dopson writes.

Quinten was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroblastoma in Dec. 2010 at 15 months old. After six rounds of high dose chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant and 12 rounds of radiation, he is in remission, Amanda Dopson writes.

Brycen, 5, after a surgery. Brycen was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in June of 2010, mom Tracy Dillinger writes. Updates on Brycen's conditions are on this page: http://facebook.com/brycen.the.brave

Brycen, 5, after a surgery. Brycen was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in June of 2010, mom Tracy Dillinger writes. Updates on Brycen's conditions are on this page: http://facebook.com/brycen.the.brave

New Construction at Seattle Children’s Hospital.  This is the view from an oncology patient playroom. What you see above is the construction of a new building where the SCH oncology in-patient unit will be housed. The kids posted their names on the window and the workers started to spray paint messages to them on the building’s newly constructed beams.  Via Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.

New Construction at Seattle Children’s Hospital. This is the view from an oncology patient playroom. What you see above is the construction of a new building where the SCH oncology in-patient unit will be housed. The kids posted their names on the window and the workers started to spray paint messages to them on the building’s newly constructed beams. Via Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.

"Sean attacks cancer like he attacks his opponents on the LAX field," mom Mary Beth Dever writes. "Sean lost his left leg to cancer but not his fight."

"Sean attacks cancer like he attacks his opponents on the LAX field," mom Mary Beth Dever writes. "Sean lost his left leg to cancer but not his fight."

Emma Golden is "my hero," her mom writes us.

Emma Golden is "my hero," her mom writes us.

September is CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS Month.  Please don't forget our youngest Warriors in this brave battle.  So much research funding is desperately needed in the area of childhood cancer so that our children can hope for a brighter tomorrow.  THANK YOU.  ~Skye

September is CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS Month. Please don't forget our youngest Warriors in this brave battle. So much research funding is desperately needed in the area of childhood cancer so that our children can hope for a brighter tomorrow. THANK YOU. ~Skye

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