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It's called "36 Rabbis Shave for the Brave," but now more than 60 rabbis have vowed to shave their heads at this year's Central Conference of American Rabbis Convention.
The recent news of veteran TV journalist Tom Brokaw being diagnosed with multiple myeloma sparked interest in this rare form of cancer.
Chloe Blair and her teacher, Christina Gammon, pose for a photograph during a bone marrow drive Saturday morning at Christenberry Elementary School.
"The nurse actually spoke to me as well and sent me a very detailed report," said Shyla Maisel, Avery's mother.
An assembly took place Friday afternoon in the school's cafeteria where a representative from the non-profit organization gave a quick lesson on Leukemia.
The American Society of Hematology will hold its 55th annual meeting in New Orleans, LA, December 7-10, 2013.
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The Junior League will host its annual Bag-A-Bargain sale this weekend, and in addition to great deals, you could help a little girl in need.
Leukemia is threatening to rob Tyler Seddon of his childhood. But on his seventh birthday, more than 1,000 first responders traveled to his hometown in Rhode Island to show the cancer that Tyler has back-up.
It's pretty easy these days to be frustrated with the state of politics in Washington.
Six-year-old Chloe Blair's wish is a simple one - to sit in her Christenberry Elementary School classroom every day with the rest of her first-grade class.
Ethan has been fighting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia for over a year and will be honored at the ceremonial puck drop.
He's known by some as "Jedi Jack." A six-year-old who loves a good light saber battle, but is also a little more "battle hardened" than you might expect.
The 156 students at Madison County's Camden Elementary found out Tuesday that Heaven just welcomed a new angel, a beautiful being whom many of them already knew.
"It's pretty hard to find a match and actually there's only a 1 in 30,000 chance that you'll actually get called upon.