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The quest to cure childhood leukemia.
Cancer research's blind spot? Not helping out enough kids.
Can hospitals, big and small, unite against childhood cancer?
Hockey helps out a young fan.
Washington debate threatens cancer research.
Cancer Cowboys gave medicine its first cancer 'moonshot.'
The Queen of Soul's example will help others remember and understand.
Memory of a brother lost to leukemia decades ago helps a father become a better parent.
A family's ties between cancer and sailing
In the effort against childhood leukemia, patients, family and doctors had a lot in common.
Quest for a cure.
Tim Wendel, writer-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University, is the author of 13 books, including the memoir Cancer Crossings.