Tag Archives | Cancer

Back in the game

  September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. View a gallery of photos of children with cancer called “For The Moment” that showcases a day in the life of cancer patients and their families – whether at home, their struggles in treatment and through recovery. Matt Burpee, 7, is enjoying first grade and playing soccer […]

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Let me introduce you to our stars…

>Jubilee Wheatman, Adrian Garcia and Brooke Dively have walked through the doors many times at Children’s. Jubilee for cancer treatment, Adrian for a kidney transplant and Brooke for pacemaker surgery and heart checkups. But last week, all three patients walked through our doors again for a completely different reason. Their visit wasn’t for scans or […]

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Easter Party at Children’s

>I loved Easter eggs hunts as a kid — the anticipation of what the Easter Bunny would bring, the thought of colorful eggs, and especially chocolate Easter Bunnies. I was always amazed at how the bunny managed all that in just one morning. I never put together the fact that we had a lot of […]

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From Hong Kong to Dallas

>I ran across a blog about a Children’s patient and was instantly inspired. As I finished each entry about the Clark family, I found myself wanting to read more. Sarah Grace Clark’s journey with leukemia began in Hong Kong and continues at Children’s. Join me in reading the Clark family’s story as they prepare for […]

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2009 Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon: One mother’s story

>Editor’s note: The Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon happens this Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 10 to 12, on 103.7 lite fm. The Radiothon is a fundraiser with donations going to Children’s Medical Center and Cook Children’s in Fort Worth. Guest blogger Stacie Smith, the mother of a patient at Children’s Medical Center, shares her son’s story […]

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Giving back to Children’s

> Ah, the hustle and bustle of the winter holidays: the happy (or maybe harried) crowds, the present buying, the decorations, the parties. It gives me a chill just thinking about it. You may think it seems a little early to be thinking about the holidays, but Diana Garcia is already fully involved in planning […]

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