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pediatric cancer

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‘This is cancer? It can’t be’

Naomi Wilke, a 7-year-old from Torch Lake, battles two forms of leukemia at once.

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‘An all-out war on cancer’

High School freshman Austin Craymer adjusts his vocabulary to include words like "chemotherapy" and "cancer" after being diagnosed with T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma.

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21,000 colorful thank-yous

To celebrate Cambri Jewell’s last day of chemo, her family donated a treasure trove of kid-friendly bandages.

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‘I love you, Mommy’

Madison Pagel’s brain tumor nearly took her life—until a clinical trial gave her a second chance and a whole lot of hope.

‘Someone to root for’

A friendship with Spartan basketball star Matt Costello lifts a 12-year-old boy’s spirits as he battles bone cancer.

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Boy’s mystery illness leads to genetic breakthrough

A doctor’s persistent effort to help one child leads to remarkable cancer discovery.

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‘This is going to keep my cancer away’

Experimental cancer treatment showing promise for pediatric patients and their families.

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Hospital gets a hug

Hundreds gather to share their appreciation and join in the fight against childhood cancer.

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Don’t stop Bree-lieving

A young girl’s journey through acute myeloid leukemia: diagnosis, chemotherapy, a bone marrow transplant and finally—remission.

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Pediatric cancer trial goes international

Spectrum Health engages in personalized pediatric cancer treatment research.