The first time I heard the word cancer was when I was in the fourth grade. One day one of my classmates was in class, the next he was in the hospital. Not even a month later he passed away and our class attended his funeral. It was so incredibly sad and hard for all of us to understand what had happened.
Thanks to the American Cancer Society and the research they supported, more children are surviving childhood leukemia every year. My wish is that our children will live in a world where there is a cure for cancer and everyone can celebrate more birthdays.
The American Cancer Society is dedicated to creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
We believe every birthday you celebrate is a victory. Another year that cancer has not prevailed. Your birthday means everything to us. That’s why we’re dedicated to creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Thanks in part to our work, 11 million cancer survivors will celebrate another birthday this year. But we can’t stop there. With your help, we can create a world with even more celebrations, more laughter, and more birthdays for all. Join us.
Please help support the American Cancer Society so we can all celebrate more birthdays and our children can live in a world where there is a cure.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
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