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GO GOLD® the RUN for Kids with Cancer!

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Month is just around the corner!


Raised of $5,000


Meet the Ambassadors

Meet Oakley

Meet Oakley, a 3 year old B-Cell ALL warrior. “She seemed so healthy and got sick so incredibly fast.” Oakley’s journey started when her eyes would swell and develop a fever. After being mis-diagnosed several times, her pediatrician ordered blood work and sent her to the emergency room for suspected leukemia. The emergency room whisked her away to the oncology floor almost as soon as she arrived and since then, she’s been receiving chemotherapy and blinatumomab. 

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Meet Liam

Meet Liam, a 2 year old ALL warrior. When Liam had unexplained bruising and an uncontrollable nose bleed, his parents took him to the emergency room. Liam was diagnosed with ALL on July 13, 2022 and has been fighting every day to beat this. Liam will be starting interim maintenance and will be soon off maintenance during 2023.

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Meet Stormy

Meet Stormy, a 5 year old B-Cell ALL warrior. Stormy’s journey began when she became lethargic and complained about pain in her legs. Her parents had her checked out several times finally, one doctor ran blood work. The doctor noticed the counts were off and ordered Stormy to have a blood transfusion. Shortly after, Stormy was transferred to a children’s hospital and put on an oncology floor. She is currently undergoing front line treatments and will hopefully start maintenance in July 2023.

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Meet Adley

Meet Adley, a 3 year old B-Cell ALL warrior. Two weeks before Adley’s 2nd birthday, her parents noticed she was lethargic, pale and wanted to be carried everywhere. Her parents took her in for testing and her doctor called shortly after receiving the results. Adley was rushed to the hospital where a room was ready for her. At this point, her parents knew something was terribly wrong. Adley is currently on a daily chemotherapy regimen with multiple visits per month to the clinic.

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Meet Archer

Meet Archer, a 2 year old stage 4 high risk neuroblastoma warrior. At 21 months old, Archer stopped walking suddenly and was taken to the emergency room. The MRI revealed a large mass on his spine that was compressing his spinal cord. He immediately had surgery to remove the mass and had further testing to see if there were any more tumors. Since then, he’s undergone six rounds of chemotherapy, surgery, bone marrow transplants and radiation.

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About The American Childhood Cancer Organization

The American Childhood Cancer Organization was founded in 1970 by parents of children diagnosed with cancer. We are dedicated to making childhood cancer a national health priority through shaping policy, expanding research, raising awareness, and providing educational resources and innovative comfort programs for children with cancer, survivors, and their families.


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