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First impressions can be deceiving—especially in the case of April’s CCA Hero, Amanda. Beneath this polite 16-year-old’s reserved demeanor, there’s a wicked sense of humor
When Phoenix was diagnosed with ALL it sent his family into a whirlwind of tests, medications, and devastating side effects. They felt completely ungrounded, but then Phoenix’s Chemo Pal, Brenton walked in the room with a bag of toys.
In honor of Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week, Tom looks back on his experience with osteosarcoma and the advice he would give his 11-year-old self.
Another year in Austin came and went much too fast! This year featured room-to-room performances at St. Davids, an amazing concert at Dell Children’s, and the successful recording of 20 #SXSW artists – soon to be featured on MyMusicRx.org!
If you had asked me two years ago to describe my family, I would have said we were the typical Washington family… But in the summer of 2017, our four-year-old daughter, Lyla, was diagnosed with a Wilms tumor.