43 Children Are Diagnosed With Cancer Every Day in the U.S. — 90% Survive but That’s Not Enough

Published Sep 15, 2020

43 Children Are Diagnosed With Cancer Every Day in the U.S. — 90% Survive but That’s Not Enough

It's Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and we need to pay attention to the facts. We need to strive to get better. Losing even one child is too much.

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