Alex is a Survivor Scholarship recipient and decided that he'd like to give back to the childhood cancer community. We asked him to share his story.
Childhood Cancer Canada is thrilled to welcome our new President & CEO, Clare Davenport. Read a message from Clare.
Spring is just around the corner, and there is no better time to spring into action— help us help kids with cancer across Canada.
When you hear the words "your child has cancer" it changes everything. Life also changes very dramatically when the doctors tell you "there is nothing more we can do." Childhood cancer changes everything. For me personally, I have experienced a double whammy. In 1973 I lost my twin brother at age 6 to leukemia. In June 2010 our 15 year old daughter Katie was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. She passed away on February 10, 2011 just shy of her sweet 16.