Entries by CureKidsCancerAdmin

Educational Help is Here!

I remember when I first started working as the Educational Liaison for the Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Division at Strong. After a long career as a special education teacher and school administrator, I thought it would be fairly easy to advocate for children with cancer, brain tumors and sickle cell disease. Of course the schools would want […]

The United Way Campaign

As you may know, the spring campaign for the United Way is rapidly approaching. We wanted to give you some info about CURE that can help with that burning question: “Why designate to CURE?” Last year alone, our Parent Advocates: made nearly 2,000 visits to families in the hospital – both in clinic and inpatient distributed […]

Holiday Heroes

Be sure to check out this year’s Holiday Heroes ads that appeared in The Messenger Post today! cure-childhood-cancer-final-2016 Thank you to our friends and supporters who thought of CURE and our families this holiday season.

Thankfulness is a work of heart…

Submitted by Erin For many of us, our mood is influenced by our surroundings. Stores do a wonderful job getting shoppers ‘in the mood’ for whatever season they want to promote. For me, it feels like we went right from costumes and candy corn to holiday and Christmas decorations without any mention of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving […]

Catching up with Kiersten…

This picture truly brings joy to my heart! I think back to when Austin was going through his cancer treatments for leukemia and he asked to play football. I wouldn’t let him until he was done with treatment. When he would get his intrathecal methotrexate (chemo into his spine) the doctor would say “Don’t allow […]