American Childhood Cancer Organization

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  • Wilms Tumor Cancer Early Detection, Diagnosis, and Staging
    Wilms Tumor—Is Early Detection Possible? Wilms tumor—also known as nephroblastoma—is the most common form of kidney cancer in children, occurring most often in children under the age of six. As with most other forms of childhood cancer, the vast majority… Read more ›
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  • What Causes Wilms Tumor and Can It Be Prevented?
    Wilms Tumor Causes, Risk Factors, and Prevention “Cancer” is a general word for a wide grouping of diseases in which the building blocks of the body—cells—grow and replicate abnormally. While some, although not all, types of cancers in adults are… Read more ›
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  • What is Wilms Tumor kidney cancer?
    Wilms Tumor Cancer (Nephroblastoma) Also known as nephroblastoma, Wilms tumor is a type of childhood cancer that begins growing in the kidneys. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs located towards the lower back of the rib cage, with one on… Read more ›
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  • Jel Sert PJammin Event, June 20, 2017
    The Jel Sert Company’s 2017 Corporate PJammin® Event: A Spectacular Success! Once again, ACCO’s amazing partner, The Jel Sert Company, comes up big in its support for the childhood cancer community! On June 20, more than 100 Jel Sert employees… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero Korbyn M
    “Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: I think my grandson is a Gold Ribbon Hero because from the time he was diagnosed with high risk ALL at 9 months until present day, 32 months old, Korbyn has displayed… Read more ›
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  • Treating Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease
    Treating Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma has proven to be particularly sensitive to both chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Therefore, for most children diagnosed with this type of childhood cancer, treatment will likely involve some combination of both modalities. Surgery… Read more ›
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  • Dad Goes Fishing for Greater Awareness
    A Gold Ribbon Hero Dad Goes Fishing for Greater Awareness! In celebration of Father’s Day, we would like to take a few minutes to introduce Gold Ribbon Hero Thomas “TA” Tucker, the proud father of childhood cancer warrior Harley and… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero Eli
    A Few Minutes Out of Your Day Will Mean the World to Gold Ribbon Hero Eli! One of our Gold Ribbon Heroes, a brave childhood cancer warrior from West Virginia, is in desperate need of a show of support. **UPDATE**… Read more ›
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  • Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease – Stages and Prognosis
    Introduction: About Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma is a type of cancer that develops in the lymph system, a critical part of the body’s immune system responsible for fighting illness-causing viruses and bacteria. Classical Hodgkin lymphoma is generally characterized… Read more ›
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  • Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease: Detection and Diagnosis
    How is Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Detected? As with most types of childhood cancer, there is no method of early detection for childhood Hodgkin lymphoma. Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma does cause detectable symptoms; however, the symptoms are usually general and vague, and… Read more ›
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  • “A Mother’s Journey” – Part 1
    Please Consider Helping Childhood Cancer Families This Mother’s Day The Mother’s Day traditions of paper cards and handmade crafts will not be the current reality for all families this year. We know that an inside look into the reality of… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero Evan Macrone
    Evan’s Story: Soft Tissue Sarcoma Evan Mario Macrone was 11 years old when he was diagnosed with childhood cancer, in August 2015. First, Evan noticed a small lump in his groin while playing with his little brother, Gavin. A biopsy… Read more ›
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  • Help Us Celebrate the Success of 2017 Action Days!
    Thank you ACCO, as a founding member of the Alliance for Childhood Cancer would like to sincerely thank the more than 200 members of the childhood cancer community who gathered together in Washington, DC on May 1st and 2nd to… Read more ›
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  • ACCO.org Rated #1 Childhood Cancer Blog (out of 75)
    Feedspot has ranked ACCO.org as the #1 Childhood Cancer blog! This is the most comprehensive list of best Childhood Cancer blogs on the internet. The Best Childhood Cancer blogs from thousands of top Childhood Cancer blogs in the Feedspot index using… Read more ›
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  • Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease: Causes and Symptoms
    What Causes Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease? Generally speaking, childhood cancer, like adult cancer, is caused by the uncontrolled replication of our body’s own cells. In a healthy body, cells grow and divide only when needed to replace old or damaged… Read more ›
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  • Brighten Gold Ribbon Hero Lexy’s Day
    Brighten Lexy’s Day with a Personalized Audio Greeting! Join together with us to show childhood cancer warrior Lexy that she has the love and support of the childhood cancer community across the country! Alexa—Lexy for short—has been fighting a persistent… Read more ›
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  • Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease: Risk Factors and Prevention
    Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease: A brief introduction Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma, similarly to adult Hodgkin lymphoma, is a type of malignant cancer of the lymph system, which forms a critical part of the immune system our bodies use to fight disease.… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero Rainin Day
    Rainin’s Battle Against Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma Rainin was diagnosed with Stage 4 Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma on January 13, 2016 at the age of 6. Rhabdomyosarcoma, or RMS for short, is a type of cancer that develops from skeletal muscles, or the muscles… Read more ›
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  • What is childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease?
    Childhood Hodgkin Lymphoma Disease Childhood Hodgkin lymphoma is a form of childhood cancer in which malignant cancer cells begin to grow within the lymph system. The lymph system plays a critical role in the body’s immune system, which, when functioning… Read more ›
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  • Hauling Away Childhood Cancer
    IF YOU LIVE IN THE LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY AREA AND HAVE A LITTLE ONE (OR BIG ONE) THAT LOVES TRUCKS – JOIN US! Thursday, March 23rd-Saturday March 25th Hours: 1-6p Thursday, 10-6p Friday, 9-4p Saturday Kentucky Expo Center: 937 Phillips Lane… Read more ›
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  • Ken Wegner President of ACCO
    Ken Wegner, President of The Jel Sert Company, becomes the Board President of the American Childhood Cancer Organization. The American Childhood Cancer Organization is proud to announce the appointment of Ken Wegner as their Board President. Ken joins the board… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero – Nolan’s Story
    Nolan’s Story We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of Nolan Scully, who earned his angel wings on February 4, at the age of four, after a long and hard-fought battle with Rhabdomyosarcoma.… Read more ›
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  • Wear Your 2017 ICCD Shirts
    Help us honor the hundreds of thousands of children affected by childhood cancer around the world. Wear your ICCD Awareness T-Shirt today! Share photos of yourself and your family wearing your t-shirts with us! Share at: media@acco.org. Or by posting them on our Facebook… Read more ›
  • ACCO’s Work in Ethiopia
    ACCO’s Restricted Donations to Fund Programs for Children with Cancer in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Today, on International Childhood Cancer Day, we join together with our partners in the childhood cancer community around the world to highlight the critical disparities in… Read more ›
  • ICCD 2017 Infographics
    “We Are One”: The World Comes Together for International Childhood Cancer Day 2017! “We Are One!” Today—Wednesday, February 15, 2017, International Childhood Cancer Day—the world will come together to honor and celebrate the hundreds of thousands of children and families… Read more ›
  • 2017 IARC Report
    The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is very pleased to announce the release of a major new online report on childhood cancer by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). This new report previews a comprehensive and wide-reaching survey… Read more ›
  • Healthcare Coverage
    Share Your Story: the Critical Role of Patient Protection Provisions in Healthcare Coverage Even as we speak, the future of the Affordable Care Act (sometimes called “Obamacare”) is being discussed and debated by politicians on both sides of the aisle… Read more ›
  • ICCD 2017
    International Childhood Cancer Day “We Are One!” On Wednesday, February 15, 2017, the world will come together to honor the hundreds of thousands of children and families the world over whose lives have been forever altered by childhood cancer. We… Read more ›
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  • Gold Ribbon Hero Katelyn G
    “Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Katie is our little miracle baby, born 17years after her big sister we had long ago given up hope of having another baby. At three weeks old she was put on digoxin… Read more ›
  • 2016 Awareness Tree Thank Yous
    2016 National Awareness Tree for Hope and the City of Newport Beach, CA We would like to take a few minutes to express our gratitude to the City of Newport Beach, California and the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce for… Read more ›
  • Gold Ribbon Hero Evan M
    “Reason this person is a Gold Ribbon Hero: Evan is my brave and loving two and a half year old. On August 7th Evan was taken into the hospital for having a swollen abdomen. After tests and tears he was… Read more ›
  • Give Hope and Donate to the ACCO Today!
    Give hope this holiday season and donate to the American Childhood Cancer Organization. Your tax deductible donation will help a family facing a childhood cancer diagnosis. Click Here or the button below to donate today! Dear ACCO Family, The American… Read more ›
  • Sofía and her family share their story at Rock Bottom Breweries to help us Go Gold® for the Holidays!
    Go Gold® for the Holidays! We would like to thank Sofía and her family for joining us on Wednesday, December 7 for Colorado Rock Bottom Brewery’s public PJammin’® event to raise awareness of and support for childhood cancer. Sofía is… Read more ›
  • Rock Bottom Hope4Heroes PJammin Events
    PJammin’ in Colorado: An Amazing Two Nights at Rock Bottom Breweries! Wow, what an incredible two evenings at Rock Bottom Breweries in Colorado last week! ACCO would like to thank everyone who helped to make these two amazing PJammin’® events—at… Read more ›
  • Golden Ribbon Hero – Alex’s Story: B-Cell ALL
    Alex’s Story: B-Cell ALL Alex’s childhood cancer journey began in August 2016 when his Mom (Alex’s grandmother who has cared for him since infancy and adopted him at the age of 5) noticed unusual bruising on his legs. Thinking perhaps… Read more ›
  • Raise Awareness and Order an ICCD Shirt, Wear it and Send in Your Photo!
    STEP ONE: ORDER AN AWARENESS SHIRT A great way to help raise awareness for childhood cancer is by ordering one of the 2017 ICCD Awareness Shirts. Click Here or the button below to place your order: The shirts start at… Read more ›
  • Spacelabs Healthcare Helping to Create Care Kits for Rady Children’s Hospital
    The American Childhood Cancer Organization would like to give a big shout out to Spacelabs Healthcare for their amazing participation last week in creating Care Kits for Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California Over 100 Care Kits were… Read more ›
  • Golden Ribbon Hero – Damon’s Story
    Damon’s Story Today, we would like to bring you the story of Gold Ribbon Hero Damon and his fight against osteosarcoma. Throughout his own personal battles with childhood cancer—battles which Damon has never once doubted that he will eventually win,… Read more ›

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