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Superhero masks comfort and calm pediatric patients at Georgia Cancer Center

“Baxter loved superheroes because of their superpowers,” said Brook Duddy, Baxter’s mom. “They could do things ordinary people could not do. So, we told him the radiation was turning him into a superhero to fight his cancer.”

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Press On Fund to give $1 million to support pediatric cancer programs at Augusta University

They are the littlest patients facing one of life’s biggest battles from a disease that can be deadly. However, children undergoing treatment for brain cancer and other forms of cancer have an ally in their fight.

photo from article Come support the fight against childhood cancer with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

Come support the fight against childhood cancer with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so help fund a cure for childhood cancers by buying a cup of lemonade!

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How a drug therapy discovered at MCG is helping children with rare form of brain cancer

Twenty years ago, Dr. Johnson and a team of doctors from MCG discovered how cancerous tumors hide themselves from the body's immune system. Today, he's helping children fight back.

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