Why The Increase in Childhood Cancers? Groundbreaking New Study Invites Families To ‘Stand Up And Be Counted’

Published Jun 16, 2020

Why The Increase in Childhood Cancers? Groundbreaking New Study Invites Families To ‘Stand Up And Be Counted’

Just 36 hours after his acute myeloid leukemia diagnosis, their son, Oliver, died. Now his parents are partnering with researchers -- and families -- to find out what's driving childhood cancers.

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