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August 2018 Vol 4 No 4

Make Your Kid a Superhero with Knowledge
Issue Introductions
Although it is summertime, cancer never takes a vacation, and neither do we. This issue is filled with inspirational stories, valuable tips, innovative ideas, and ways to make you feel more in control of your life, during and after cancer and its treatment.
The HOPE PROJECT: Video Games as a New Tool to Help Kids Fight Cancer
Pediatric Cancer
A new interactive video game can help children with cancer cope with their treatment.
Leukemia Is Shaping My Son’s Future
Family MembersLeukemiaPediatric Cancer
After his father’s diagnosis of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, 10-year-old Rhett is determined to become an oncologist to help other patients with cancer.
7 Tips on Coping with Your Child’s Cancer Diagnosis
From Your NavigatorPediatric Cancer
Jordan Henderson, Survivorship Nurse Navigator at Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute, offers tips for parents on how to deal with their child’s cancer diagnosis.
 It Affects Us All
Poetry
Dr. Amir Steinberg uses poetry to deal with his cancer diagnosis and the cancer experience of other family members.
Living in the Now
Brain CancerPatient Stories
Getting ready to start a new chapter in 2010, Chris Devero’s life took an unexpected turn when he learned he had astrocytoma. Read about the lifestyle changes he’s made after his diagnosis.
A Tale of Two Lives
Lung CancerPatient Stories
In a surprising twist of fate, getting lung cancer has led Anne Marie Cerato to have everything she had dreamed of: a devoted husband, a house, a car, fur-babies, and remarkable friends whom she met during her cancer journey.
Cycling Coast to Coast for Cancer Research Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things
Cancer FundraisingSurvivorship
Read this story to find out what makes Donna DiMaggio and Bonni Norwood, along with 107 Bristol-Myers Squibb employees, do such extraordinary things in the name of cancer research.
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