Tag Archives: Childhood Cancer Awareness

A SIBLING’S PERSPECTIVE of a CHILDHOOD CANCER DIAGNOSIS     AS A YOUNGER SISTER In 2009, my sister Jill was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. I was in grade 4 and had …
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Childhood cancer impacts everyone one way or another. Every kid is someone’s sister, brother, cousin, neighbor, friend or child. My inspiration is my big sister Jill. Before she was diagnosed …
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I would like to introduce you to my Charity Platform; CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS. It is a platform that I am passionate about and one that I dedicate a great deal …
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I wanted to take this Blog post to give you some insight into how I started on this amazing journey to the Miss Teenage Canada Pageant and introduce you to …
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My name is Kathleen and I am proud to be representing the beautiful Eastern Ontario region.  I am proud to be a farm girl!  Yes, I live on a 5th …
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for CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS   Did you know that approximately 850 Canadian children aged 0 –14 develop cancer each year?  Childhood Cancers account for less than 1 percent of all …
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“A HERO is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.” Christopher Reeve My heroes; “Ride IV poles down the Hallways. They …
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On Saturday, we put the FUN in Fundraising!  My home pageant committee, the Teen Ontario East Pageant organization hosted a BEACH VOLLEYBALL tournament for Childhood Cancer;  VOLLEY FOR GOLD.  A …
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An  interesting installment of my BE THE GOLD – Childhood Cancer Awareness series had me interviewing a medical professional who works in a children’s oncology ward;  a truly difficult but …
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The next segment of my BE THE GOLD Childhood cancer awareness series addresses the childhood cancer impact on the parent and family of the child diagnosed.  It was heart wrenching …
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