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“I am only one,

But still I am one.

I cannot do everything,

But still I can do something;

And because I cannot do everything,

I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”



This is an article entitled 'The Critical Importance of Good Nutrition for Children Fighting Childhood Cancer'

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from the website of the American Childhood Cancer Organization (link below) which is full of information and advice.

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“The goal of The Truth 365 is to educate and mobilize millions of people through Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social networking sites. The full-length documentary and shorter films inform the public that there is a critical need for funding for pediatric cancer research and that they, the NCI and our elected leaders are in a position to help. Through the film, we introduce the public to the world of childhood cancer and invite them to be a voice for all children fighting cancer. We accomplish this by showing very personal, compelling and inspiring stories of children fighting cancer. This touches our viewers on an emotional level and motivates them to take action on behalf of children with cancer. This show of support has sent a strong message to Congress, the White House and the NCI.”

Link to website:

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Our Mission:  


To inspire HOPE and healing by keeping families together, when it matters the most.


Along Comes Hope® is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization helping families of children with cancer. We provide support through financial assistance with travel for treatment, creative emotional support programs and advocacy to promote policy changes, awareness and education.



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The link below will take you straight to a page on the American Cancer Society website with advice on how to cope with dealing with a child being diagnosed with cancer.


"Here we offer information to help parents and loved ones of a child with cancer know about and cope with some of the problems that come up just after the child is diagnosed. We discuss common emotional responses to the cancer in both parents and children and share some ideas for coping."