By Ryan Berardi Before being diagnosed with leukemia three and a half years ago, I was very naive to the pediatric world of cancer. I, being a typical high school student, thought that children who were diagnosed with the awful disease were very rare individuals. You always here about instances of a child or adolescent being… [Read More]
With the integration of the Cancer Institute of New Jersey into Rutgers, the faculty will have unprecedented access to basic scientists allowing for increased collaboration with the goal of providing translational research that flows seamlessly from the clinic to the laboratory, allowing for the incorporation of new discoveries to better serve our pediatric hematology-oncology patients…. [Read More]
Every year more than 12,000 patients in the U.S. are diagnosed with blood disorders such as leukemia or lymphoma. A good percentage of those patients are children, for some of those children, bone marrow or cord blood transplant offers the best chance to find a cure for their life-threatening disease. The Icla da Silva Foundation… [Read More]
Mark Your Calendar! Hugs for Brady T-Shirt for Every Donor! Date: Sunday, September 29th Time: 9am – 5pm Location: Confectionately Yours 3391 Route 27 Franklin Park, NJ To Schedule: Please call Rosana at (215) 908-5184, or Jessica at (732) 740-1767 Did we mention… A Hugs for Brady T-Shirt for Every Donor!
By Laura Amador The first time I heard about The Hugs for Brady Foundation was at the Max Fitness Center in East Brunswick. They have a coin collection bin near the front. Max Fitness, also, posted on their Facebook page requesting donations for Hugs for Brady. I never pass up an opportunity to donate to… [Read More]
By Carla Volpe Here is the story of Johnny and his fight with cancer at seven years old… Jonathan was diagnosed in 2009 with Pre B Cell Lymphoma at the age of seven. The protocol (therapy) for this type of cancer was two years of, intense, chemotherapy; as well as, spinal and cranial radiation. Many… [Read More]