Project SEARCH teaches young adults like Jaime Blomeling about independence. "I could work here the rest of my life," Blomeling says.
Partnership brings clinic to northern Michigan—closer to home for children being treated for cancer and blood disorders.
For Naomi, progress after her bone marrow transplant means strawberries and bike rides.
Thomas Sikkema, who went from outfield to in-patient, is using his gift of compassion to help others find their way.
Lily-Mae Morrison, a girl from Ireland fighting a rare cancer, has inspired many supporters, including Elton John.
Naomi, 7, has advice for other cancer patients after she emerges from a month of isolation for her bone marrow transplant.
13-year-old Khalique Vialva is fighting a rare form of cancer that affects only four in 1 million kids.
Former and current patients and their families join caregivers to show respect to those fighting childhood cancer.
Young patients bring awareness to childhood cancer with personalized ribbons.
Naomi Wilke, a 7-year-old from Torch Lake, battles two forms of leukemia at once.
High School freshman Austin Craymer adjusts his vocabulary to include words like "chemotherapy" and "cancer" after being diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.
To celebrate Cambri Jewell’s last day of chemo, her family donated a treasure trove of kid-friendly bandages.
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