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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) is recognized every September by childhood cancer organizations around the world


The Childhood cancer is many different types along with a lot of other subtypes. To this day, they aren't sure where or how the childhood cancer comes from. The researcher believe that it could be genetic mutations. While they think this, they are trying to use that information to find a cure to stop future children from having cancer. On a daily, basis there is about 700 new cases around the world that come in. Most of these children don't just get chemo and radiation anymore. They have started to do precise therapies. These therapies attack the genetic components and the drivers of the cancer cells. With the treatments that have evolved there is more hope for these children. There is hope in the future is to be able to find the cure. The research for cancer cure for children is underfunded, these children rely on your support to help fund the research that may one day save their life. There are many ways to donate, like going to www.childrenscancer.org or even going to your local Children's Hospital.



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