Tag Archives: CAC2

Survivorship in Childhood Cancer

I recently introduced my friend Tom, who fought in Vietnam in the late 1960’s, as a former Marine. Tom immediately interrupted me and said, “I am not a former Marine, I am a Marine – there are no former Marines.” … Continue reading

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Fifteen Minutes of Fame

As a result of my involvement as one of several members of the Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) that played a significant role in saving the life of 7-year old Josh Hardy last March, I am continuing to receive the … Continue reading

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Motivated

I wish I never heard of The Coalition Against Childhood Cancer (CAC2) or of its members I know by their first names and their home States – Joe (Virginia), Tom (Pennsylvania) and Donna (Virginia).  I wish I only knew Michael … Continue reading

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