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03/01/2017 at 15:35. Facebook
CURE’s Open Arms lunch serving the patients and staff in treatment on the Aflac floor of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta yesterday was sponsored by CURE Board member, Dr. Rick Woodcock
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yesterday at 22:35. Facebook
Many survivors are at risk for health problems after treatment called late effects. As a survivor, it is important that you receive follow-up care to address and treat late effects before they become serious. Click to read about services to help address and treat late effects:

Resources in Survivorship

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CURE Childhood Cancer
02/27/2017 at 20:40. Facebook
Has your child reached a milestone (of any kind!) in their journey with cancer? We'd love to share it on our page!
Please send us a message including a photo and description of that milestone.
CURE Childhood Cancer
02/24/2017 at 21:02. Facebook
Where can you get a sautéed Krispy Kreme donut with Makers Mark Whiskey, served with vanilla ice cream, Coca Cola Syrup and candied pralines? Only at CURE’s Spring Fever on March 25th.

Enjoy great music from the hometown favorite band, CRANE, and delicious food provided by Bold American Catering at one of Atlanta’s most unique venues, The Boiler Room.

There will be a full open bar as well...
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CURE Childhood Cancer
02/24/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Spring is in the air and our generous sponsors, Willy's Mexicana Grill on Hammond Drive and Saba at Emory Village, provided a tasty taco bar and barbeque last night for the patients and families at Aflac Cancer & Blood Disorders Center at Scottish Rite and Egleston. Our sponsors and volunteers make Open Arms meals possible and we are grateful for their ongoing support.
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02/24/2017 at 15:44. Facebook
The online auction is NOW LIVE for Sisters on a Journey, benefiting Catie's Fund of CURE. Not attending the event? You're still able to bid on every auction item. Bidders must be able to pick up items. Browse these fantastic items and bid now: [ Bit.ly Link ]

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CURE Childhood Cancer
02/23/2017 at 22:51. Facebook
Despite the gains researchers have made against many childhood cancers, there are still tumors that resist progress. However, a cancer drug tested for the first time with pediatric patients offers hope against a deadly brain tumor.

Research in the fight against DIPG

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02/23/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
Ready for March Madness? You can register now for the CURE Madness bracket competition to support children battling cancer & enter for the chance to win a $100 or $500 VISA gift card. Once the brackets are released you will be able to fill them out and be ready to get your game face on!

CURE Madness - CURE Childhood Cancer

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02/22/2017 at 23:45. Facebook
Young people can feel left out when it comes to charitable work and often don't feel empowered to make a difference. But sometimes, our youth fight through obstacles and don't let adults stand in their way of doing good. Meet two high school seniors from different parts of the country who recently did amazing things for CURE.

Too Young to Make a Difference?

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02/22/2017 at 20:08. Facebook
We are always appreciative of our friends at ETS Solutions for partnering with us to take care of families.
Sisters on a Journey - Savannah is gearing up for another wonderful dinner and raffle celebrating the life of Catie Wilkins of Catie's Fund benefiting CURE Childhood Cancer.

Although the dinner is sold out, you can still support CURE by participating in the online auction by clicking here: [ Qtego.net Link ].

Full of great gifts and experiences, all auction proceeds benefit CURE!

Bidders...
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Morgan Webb’s career was also her favorite pastime: art. Although she loves her job, she knew she needed something more. Read how Morgan is mixing paint with a purpose below.

Mixing Paint with Purpose

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CURE's Weekend of Hope and Healing took place on January 21st-22nd with 42 families participating. The weekend provides a safe environment for bereaved parents to learn, share, and grieve. We asked one mother to share her heart about the experience. Read what she has to say below.

A Mother’s Hope and Healing

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Wow! It was so great to see Chip's Nation today and hear about the incredible success they had with their Hunting, Fishing, Praying for a Cure event. You and your crew are amazing, Chip. Thanks for all you do.
Our restaurant donors Mellow Mushroom and Grub Burger Bar and our dedicated volunteers all have a heart for providing delicious dinners each month for the patients and families at the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Scottish Rite and Egleston. Our heartfelt thanks go out to all who make these dinners so special!
Everyone feels guilty from time to time and most of us tend to suppress these feelings and impulses with the hope they’ll be forgotten. But sometimes, guilt can be a call to action and an unusual motivator.

Read here about how one man took these feelings and turned them into something great!

Guilt Can Be a Good Thing

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Let’s celebrate Bruce! He was diagnosed in September 2015 and has been receiving inpatient treatment since. He now only has two more hospital chemo sessions left! We’re so excited for you and your family, Bruce!
Thank you Croft Architects & Engineers for spreading the Valentine’s Day love to our patients and families on the Aflac Cancer floors of Children’s Healthcare at Egleston and Scottish Rite.
Our hearts beat for children with cancer! CURE wishes you a happy Valentine's Day!
Hearing your child has cancer is one of the scariest things you’ll experience. Preparing for the next few months is puzzling and filled with questions, including “What do I tell my child?” Here are a few steps from counseling professionals to make this difficult time more manageable.

Talking to Your Child about Cancer

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