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When Minnesota physician Arden Virnig hopped on his bike nearly every day in the summer of 2015, his thoughts went to the empty saddle ..read more
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When 5-year-old Patrick was diagnosed with cancer, he was over 14,000 miles from home. His family had just moved to Indonesia for Patrick ..read more
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Each year, Children’s Cancer Research Fund presents Butterfly Awards to individuals, organizations and teams that have contributed ..read more
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When a child is diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a body of work from the University of Minnesota scientists over the past decade suggests the ..read more
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This past April, a group of incredibly generous supporters gathered at the Armory in downtown Minneapolis to celebrate progress and invest ..read more
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Today, Michelle is enjoying her life, sending her two young boys off to school and running her own company. But when she thinks back to ..read more
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When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the child and the family face challenges they never knew existed — but they also find strength ..read more
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On September 17, Children’s Cancer Research Fund accepted the Innovative Nonprofit of the Year award at OneCause’s Raise conference in ..read more
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This September, your generosity, advocacy and awareness-building made a mighty big difference. This Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, CCRF ..read more
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When 16-year-old Nate (above) had his 10-hour surgery to remove the bone tumor from his ribs and spine, it was critical that doctors ..read more

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