Throwback to when Dr. James Holland became one of the first researchers to advance combination chemotherapy.
On a day that honors what Martin Luther King Jr. stood for, he reminds us why we fight.
We can do better than this.
What better way to start a weekend than reading Amber's story? Friday inspiration from one of our community heroes:

Amber | Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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We're this close to a 100% survival rate for children with ALL. Let's get it done: bit.ly/2hWRwHT
A film director, a doctor, and a team of cancer research supporters set off to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro...

Hollywood Cinematographer Climbing 12 Days for Cancer Cures | Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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To making sure a blood cancer diagnosis doesn't stand in the way of adventure. That's where your dollars are going.
Financial support is central to our work, but there are many ways to support our mission.

Ways to Help | Donate | Volunteer | Corporate Partnerships

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Don't forget it.
Voting ends on Friday! Help us make someday today by casting yours now!

Vote for Your Favorite #HouMarathon Run for a Reason Charity

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Help us make someday today by sharing this post to raise awareness, and by encouraging others to join us in the fight to end blood cancers.
The cognitive side-effects of chemo can be challenging, and they manifest differently for everyone. You are not alone. Here are some helpful tips on how to navigate "chemo brain":

Through the Fog: Managing Chemo Brain | Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

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Happy 2017! This year, we resolve to get closer to a cure. Will you resolve to help us?
What are you doing New Year's Eve?

Donate to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

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We're here to give you a hand, if you need it.
This year brought us closer to making someday, today. CEO Dr. Louis DeGennaro shares his thoughts on the road ahead:

Reflecting on a Year of Accomplishments and Looking Forward to 2017 | The LLS Blog

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Fact: Our research efforts are getting us closer to making blood cancers history.
James Curiazza is an inspiration to all of us. He continues to keep his brother Dean's memory alive, and is helping to create a world without blood cancers.

Read more about James' story in People:

North Carolina Man Raises Thousands for Cancer Research with Over-the-Top Christmas Lights Display

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From all of us to all of you: Merry Christmas, and Happy Holidays!