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Boy fighting cancer has passion for giving back

Methotrexate and vincristine are complex words for most, but 7-year-old Beckham Goodale knows them and can pronounce them just as well as any doctor. They’re words no child should know, but this is the reality [...]

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A 39-year career of discovery as kids with cancer and blood disorders were able to thrive

Thirty-nine years ago, Diane Burnett, APRN, wasn’t sure she was cut out to care for kids with cancer and blood disorders. Give it a year, she figured. “I didn’t know if I would be a […]

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Questions to ask about a child’s cancer diagnosis

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, it can be overwhelming for the patient and their entire family. Parents likely will have many questions, especially in the beginning, and providers encourage them to be inquisitive […]

Read Full Story

Exercise’s added benefits for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia survivors

The added benefits of exercise for survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) can include psychological well-being, improved quality of life and lower risk of long-term effects — like broken bones or chronic diseases — from […]

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Childhood cancer survivor raises money for care and plans to become a nurse

Olivia “Liv” Miller was an active toddler and constantly on the go. When she started showing signs of fatigue and generally not being herself, her mother and father took her to their pediatrician in Owensboro, […]

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Boy fighting cancer has passion for giving back

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Read Full Story

A 39-year career of discovery as kids with cancer and blood disorders were able to thrive

Thirty-nine years ago, Diane Burnett, APRN, wasn’t sure she was cut out to care for kids with cancer and blood disorders. Give it a year, she figured. “I didn’t know if I would be a […]

Read Full Story

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When a child is diagnosed with cancer, it can be overwhelming for the patient and their entire family. Parents likely will have many questions, especially in the beginning, and providers encourage them to be inquisitive […]

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Exercise’s added benefits for childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia survivors

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Childhood cancer survivor raises money for care and plans to become a nurse

Olivia “Liv” Miller was an active toddler and constantly on the go. When she started showing signs of fatigue and generally not being herself, her mother and father took her to their pediatrician in Owensboro, […]

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