65 minutes | Mar 20, 2023
Nicole de Lara Puente will talk about Bella Rodriguez-Torres who passed away from Rhabmayosarcoma in March of 2013, and the Live Like Bella Foundation, which Nicole has been the CEO of since 2017.
60 minutes | Mar 16, 2023
Debbie Ross will talk about her 40 year career as the Housing Director of the Ronald McDonald House in Albany, New York. Debbie is the longest serving Housing Director in the history of this home away from home
55 minutes | Mar 13, 2023
John and Shannon Sorensen will talk about their son Gabe who is doing well despite his diagnosis of the Pediatric Brain Cancer Pineal Parenchymal Tumor Of Intermediate Differentation in January of 2021.
64 minutes | Mar 9, 2023
Keith Desserich will talk about his daughter Elena who was another unfortunate victim of DIPG, and will discuss his THE CURE STARTS NOW Foundation, which he plans to run as long as it takes to cure ALL cancers.
63 minutes | Mar 6, 2023
On today's podcast Megan Fonte will talk about her 6 year old son Jake who passed away from ALL in 2008. After that, Megan organized a grief group for parents who had also lost a child to cancer. This group now has over 1600 members.
61 minutes | Mar 2, 2023
On today's podcast Jennifer Amundsen will talk about her role as Executive Director of the Children's Oncology Camping Association, and Ryan Campbell will talk about his role as the Director of Happiness is Camping.
54 minutes | Feb 27, 2023
Dr. Lauren Powlovich will talk about her role as the Associate Chief Medical Officer for the Non-Profit Focused Ultrasound Foundation, which uses Therapeutic Technology as a basis for helping its patients.
49 minutes | Feb 23, 2023
Jenny Olson will talk about her son Will who was born 2 months early and weighed 2 pounds, and was diagnosed with Stage 3 Hepatoblastoma when he was 2 years old. Will has now been cancer free for over 12 years .
68 minutes | Feb 20, 2023
Lisa Hill will talk about her iconic daughter Lauren who achieved her goal of scoring one basket as a freshman member of her college basketball team, while dealing with a worsening condition of DIPG. Lauren's journey electrified the world.
49 minutes | Feb 16, 2023
Steve Wosahla is the CEO of the Non- Profit Children's Cancer Cause. On today's podcast Steve will talk about the many successes they have had working with the government on policies that have greatly improved the lives of Pediatric Cancer patients.
53 minutes | Feb 13, 2023
Max Manyak is a Senior at Notre Dame and Captain of the Lacrosse Team. He will talk about his amazing PEDIATRIC PEP TALK Non-Profit, which focuses on Student Athletes creating videos for Pediatric Cancer patients to put a smile on their faces.
52 minutes | Feb 9, 2023
Hailey Adams began her advocacy work for the cause of Pediatric Cancer when she was 6 years old. Now 17 and a High School senior, Hailey will talk about that work and her current status as Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen on today's podcast.
47 minutes | Feb 6, 2023
Rachael Walkup will talk about her role in the Non-Profit LIGHTHOUSE FAMILY RETREAT which invites families facing a Pediatric Cancer situation to come to a seaside setting for a week to have as much fun as possible.
52 minutes | Feb 2, 2023
Jessica LaBella will talk about her daughter Anna, who was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma in July of 2019 and spent much of the next 3 years giving to others, before she passed away on August of 2022 at the age of 12
54 minutes | Jan 30, 2023
Melissa Fleming will talk about her son Brock who fell and hit his head while walking the dog, suffered a severe concussion and a short time later, was diagnosed with DIPG
77 minutes | Jan 26, 2023
Jackie Walker will talk about the Non-Profit Lucy's Love Bus, which focuses on bringing Integrative Therapies to Pediatric Cancer patients. This non-profit was started by Lucy Grogan, who passed away from Leukemia when she was 12 years old.
57 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
Dr. Elaine Ostrander will talk about her Canine Genome Project and the similarities between dogs and humans when it comes to being diagnosed with cancer. Each specie can suffer from the same cancers and can be given the same treatment protocols.
62 minutes | Jan 19, 2023
Hannah Adams survived her Wilms Tumor cancer battle when she was 5 1/2 years old. Now a sophomore at the University of Alabama and the reigning Miss Birmingham, Hannah will talk about her amazing advocacy work for the cause of Pediatric Cancer.
56 minutes | Jan 16, 2023
Paoola Sefair is a two time cancer survivor and now has No Evidence of Disease. In 2022 she started an informational cancer App called MY CARE CREW so cancer patients can communicate with one another.