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UCF & Nemours: Defeating Childhood Cancer
 
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Defeating childhood cancer takes teamwork. That’s why UCF and Nemours Children’s Hospital are collaborating to research using nanoparticles to deliver cancer-fighting drugs. Read more: http://today.ucf.edu/ucf-nemours-collaborate-defeat-difficult-treat-childhood-cancer/
San Diego teen brings smiles to children with cancer
 
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A local teenager found her calling after a stay at Rady Children's Hospital and starting the nonproft Bows for a Cause, which delivers handmade bows to cancer patients.
Views: 144 ABC 10 News
FL Hospital End-of-Chemo. Party
 
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B.A.S.E. Camp Children's Cancer Foundation's "End of Chemo" party at Florida Hospital in Orlando on 2007-03-16. B.A.S.E. Camp provides a year-round base of support for children and families in Central Florida who are facing the challenge of living with cancer and other life-threatening hematological illnesses. We serve not only the children who are patients, but their brothers and sisters too. Reproduced with permission from Central FL News 13 (http://www.cfnews13.com).
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Doctors: Zika Virus could hold key to treating rare type of childhood cancer
 
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Researchers at Nemours Children's Hospital and the University of Central Florida say they've discovered that Zike virus could be the answer to treating a rare type of childhood cancer.
MIAMISUPERHERO Review Alexs Place Kids Cancer
 
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This event took place at Alex's place for kids cancer located in Miami Florida with the one and only another great miamisuperhero review distinguishing this fantastic company that gives back a lot to the community located at South Florida between Miami-Dade County, Broward County and Palm Beach County. The company is wonderful as they typically do events all over the Tri-County area as well is traveling all the way north to Orlando in as well West to Naples and Fort Myers. This was a nonprofit event for kids with cancer that this fantastic company did. You could also see more here located at https://miamisuperhero.com/reviews/
WWE Superstars Surprise Florida Hospital for Children Patients with an Afternoon of Fun
 
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Florida Hospital for Children was center ring this afternoon thanks to a big surprise — a seriously big surprise, as WWE Superstars took time out of their busy schedules to come by for an afternoon of fun, laughter and crafts. Kids and parents alike were all smiles as they marveled at and mingled with their visitors, who split their time between a group event and special room-to-room patient visits. Big Show was joined by WWE Superstars Bayley, Nia Jax, Sami Zayn and Titus O’Neil, as well as NXT Superstar Ember Moon. They’re all in town for WrestleMania 33, the WWE’s premier annual event, which will take place April 2 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando. The Superstars are making stops around Central Florida in the lead-up to the event. For the patients and their families, the couple of hours away from the procedures and monotony that come with long hospital stays was a more-than-welcome distraction.
Views: 2806 Florida Hospital
children in need ucf
 
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UCF and supporting children experiencing cancer
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Knockout-Cancer 2015: Kids Beating Cancer Promo
 
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JOIN US FOR A NIGHT TO REMEMBER On October 30th, we’ll be bringing the classic charity fight night to Orlando. Charity boxing nights provide a fantastic opportunity for networking whilst you enjoy a three course meal, live music, charity auction and eight bouts of live boxing. Proceeds benefit two great Central Florida charities. Kids Beating Cancer, who provide resources and support for children with cancer, leukemia and related life threatening diseases, as well as Florida Police Athletics/Activities League, who provide coordination, training, and programs that enhance the lives of Florida’s youth. http://www.knockout-cancer.com/
Views: 68 Chris Boscia
Central Florida Firefighter at Southern Women's Show Orlando
 
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Central Florida Firefighters on the Fashion & Entertainment Stage at Southern Women's Show Orlando. All donations go to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to help children with cancer.
Views: 924 ComeSeeOrlando.com
International Inventor, Sir Dr. NakaMats Pays Special Visit to Florida Hospital for Children
 
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Sir Dr. Yoshiro NakaMats, the Honorary Chairman of Kids Beating Cancer's Development Advisory Board, will be arriving in Orlando from Japan to tour the Kids Beating Cancer Pediatric Transplant Center at Florida Hospital for Children. Sir Dr. NakaMats is a world famous inventor, generating over 3,400 patents to his name, including the digital display, cinemascope, the floppy disk, and retractable landing gear. During his visit, Dr. NakaMats will announce Kids Beating Cancer as his World Charity of Choice. His commitment as Honorary Chairman is to bring awareness to the needs of pediatric patients with bone marrow cancer and the treatments available to them at Florida Hospital for Children.
Views: 426 Florida Hospital
Florida Hospital for Children Cancer Care
 
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The Florida Hospital for Children cancer team discusses our network of care.
Views: 234 Florida Hospital
Central Florida girls fighting cancer get makeovers
 
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A local hospital is helping young cancer patients feel beautiful while they fight through their disease. Subscribe to WESH on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1dqr14j Get more Orlando news: http://wesh.com Like us:http://facebook.com/wesh2news Follow us: http://twitter.com/wesh Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wesh
Views: 1483 WESH 2 News
Central Florida Firefighter at Southern Women's Show Orlando
 
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Central Florida Firefighters on the Fashion & Entertainment Stage at Southern Women's Show Orlando. All donations go to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to help children with cancer.
Views: 369 ComeSeeOrlando.com
First Choice Pediatrics | Central Florida Board Certified Pediatricians
 
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Providing Loving Care for Your Growing Family At First Choice Pediatrics, we treat children from the time they are born until they turn 18. Our caring doctors and staff strive to provide extraordinary quality of care to every child, while simultaneously putting the parents’ minds at ease. We offer a range of services for you and your children, including well visits, emergency sick visits, circumcisions, and sports physicals. Our five locations use a centralized Patient Portal so that you can visit any of our offices and receive the same personalized and attentive care.
Views: 211 FirstChoice
Pediatric Cancer Research at Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
 
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At the Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (NCCBD), our impressive team of pediatric specialists is as committed to researching new treatments and cures as they are to providing the very highest level of clinical care for children. In fact, our leading edge research informs our care - and our care helps us advance our research.. We operate focused programs in pediatric cancer research (the Nemours Center for Childhood Cancer Research) and sickle cell disease (the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Research Program). Our federally funded, comprehensive hemophilia program in Jacksonville also serves our patients in Pensacola and Orlando. Through the combined expertise of physicians and researchers across our children’s health system (at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando. Florida, Nemours Children's Specialty Care, Jacksonville, Floria and and Nemours Children's Clinic, Pensacola Florida), we have almost unmatched resources available to bring the latest advances in science from the laboratory bench to the bedside, to share information, and to arrive at best practices in children’s health. Across all of our sites, we support (and often lead) many Children’s Oncology Group (COG) clinical trials and investigator-initiated studies, with ongoing collaboration among our clinicians, hematology/oncology specialists and researchers. At any given time, we’re involved in about 100 COG and 25 non-COG clinical trials — many of our patients participate in clinical trials of one type or other. We also conduct additional studies in our research labs. For more information, visit nemours.org/cancercenter
Views: 2168 Nemours
Flight to the North Pole
 
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Christmas came early for nearly 100 Florida Hospital for Children cancer patients on December 3, 2016, during the “Flight to the North Pole” event. The special day of festivities for cancer patients and their families included a plane ride around the tarmac at Orlando Sanford International Airport to the North Pole Village hangar, where kids visited with Santa Claus and received gifts from their very own holiday wish lists. The event was made possible by Allegiant Air, Chick-Fil-A Central Florida, Christmas Dreams, Glickman Productions, Orlando Sanford International Airport, Million Air, and Z88.3.
Views: 629 MegapixelPro
Kids Beating Cancer Pediatric Transplant Center donor wall unveiling
 
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It is an honor to give back to our amazing Central Florida community & wonderful organizations like Kids Beating Cancer - Tonight, we had the privilege to be apart of the unveiling of the new Kids Beating Cancer Pediatric Transplant Center donor wall at Florida Hospital For Children. To learn more about this amazing cause; please check out www.kidsbeatingcancer.com
Views: 39 Jewett Ortho
Knockout-Cancer 2015: Florida PAL Promo
 
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JOIN US FOR A NIGHT TO REMEMBER On October 30th, we’ll be bringing the classic charity fight night to Orlando. Charity boxing nights provide a fantastic opportunity for networking whilst you enjoy a three course meal, live music, charity auction and eight bouts of live boxing. Proceeds benefit two great Central Florida charities. Kids Beating Cancer, who provide resources and support for children with cancer, leukemia and related life threatening diseases, as well as Florida Police Athletics/Activities League, who provide coordination, training, and programs that enhance the lives of Florida’s youth. http://www.knockout-cancer.com/
Views: 35 Chris Boscia
Johnny Depp as “Captain Jack Sparrow” sails into Vancouver to visit patients at BCCH [FULL VIDEO}
 
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Patients at BC Children’s Hospital were delighted by a visit today with one of the world’s most famous pirates, Captain Jack Sparrow. Hollywood actor Johnny Depp arrived at the hospital dressed dread to toe as his character from “The Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise. The charismatic character charmed patients and their families alike, leaving smiles and laughter in his wake during his 5 1/2 hour visit.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix Visits Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children with the Ian Supra Memorial Foundation
 
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Official Website: https://hahaclintondix.com ============================================ Uplifting & Spiritual Moments at the Arnold Palmer Hospital Supporting the Children in Central Florida Fighting Cancer. Packers Pro Bowl Safety visits kids in March 2018 in Orlando at the Arnold Palmer Hospital, supporting children and families in Central Florida who are fighting cancer. Ha Ha's passion for giving back to the youth, can be seen with the efforts he is making with his Ha Ha's HERO Foundation. Visit http://wwww.hahaclintondix.org for more information. ============================================ TRUST THE PROCESS: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/BiM96sxjs35/?hl=en&taken-by=_ha21 Twitter: https://twitter.com/haha_cd6/status/991008325310480384 FOLLOW HA HA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_ha21/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/haha_cd6/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAuWorpGNoW0owrPXf6n9EA?sub_confirmation=1 HA HA CLINTON-DIX OFFICIAL WEBSITE: https://hahaclintondix.com HA HA'S HERO FOUNDATION: http://www.hahaclintondix.org
Views: 245 Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
What Does Arnie's March Against Children's Cancer Support?
 
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Funds raised through Arnie’s March directly benefit care for the children and families in Central Florida battling childhood cancer. Arnie's March supports the pediatric clinical trial program at Arnold Palmer Hospital to fund crucial research efforts to fight childhood cancer. This year, Arnold Palmer Hospital is participating in more than 70 clinical trials to develop more effective treatment methods to fight childhood cancer. The funds raised by Arnie's March support the efforts of our oncology physicians and the research team at the hospital managing cancer research and clinical trials.
Russ Rollins' newest Painting for"Runway to Hope"
 
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"Hope & Moonlight" by Russ Ray Rollins Mark and Josie NeJame Runway to Hope’s mission is to provide direct support and aid to Central Florida children and their families impacted by pediatric cancer. Through partnerships with Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, Florida Hospital for Children, and Nemours Children’s Hospital, Runway to Hope fosters collaborative efforts among corporations, local businesses, and philanthropists to not only raise funds and awareness, but also bring new programs and initiatives to the pediatric cancer community.
Views: 2104 iHeart Monsters
Explaining the Disease: How to Tell Your Children You Have Breast Cancer
 
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Dr. Shenin Sachedina, founder of the Central Florida Breast Center in Winter Park, Florida, discusses her children's book, Metu and Lee Learn about Breast Cancer, and shares when and how parents should effectively talk to their children about breast cancer. Breast cancer patient Candace Watson, also shares her story on how the Metu and Lee book helped her and her husband in discussions with their two children about the disease.
Views: 914 DowlingDennis
Florida Hospital Award Winning Cancer Program
 
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http://www.floridahospital.com At one time, cancer was feared. Today, it is fought. As one of Florida's most comprehensive oncology programs, we treat more newly diagnosed cancer patients than any other health care system in the state. Comprising a distinguished body of cancer experts, our nationally-recognized services achieve outcomes that typically exceed industry standards and include Central Florida's most robust programs in research and clinical trials.
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Kids Beating Cancer and Orlando Ballet
 
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Kids Beating Cancer in partnership with Orlando Ballet School providing opportunities for these amazing children to enjoy the magic of dance while bravely fighting cancer
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WKMG News6 Orlando: Child Fighting Cancer Creates Hospital Friendly T-Shirts
 
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ORLANDO, Fla. - A 9-year-old boy fighting cancer is finding strength by spreading comfort to other children with a special T-shirt. Luke Lange came up with the idea during his hospital stays in Fort Worth, Texas, when he had to wear a hospital gown. Luke said the hospital gown made him “feel more sick.” "He said, 'I hate the hospital gowns. I just want to feel like a normal kid.' And so (he) and his mom cut up the sides of his T-shirts and sewed in snap tape," said Britton Lynn, Luke's babysitter. His design, called Luke’s FastBreaks, works like tearaway basketball pants, with snaps sewn up the sides to allow for easy access to IVs, lines and ports. It didn't take long for the idea to spread to more children's hospitals, including Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando. "It's amazing, especially for a little boy to think of it and be so selfless and think of others," said Bethany Vanhorn, the mother of a 2-year-old patient at Nemours. The Luke’s FastBreaks medical shirts come in pink, navy, black, blue, camouflage, purple, white and red. The sizes range from toddler to youth all the way up to adult XXL, allowing every child and teenager who is staying in the hospital for a long time a shirt that fits properly. The shirts are donated to oncology and hematology patients at hospitals free of charge. As of November, 5,000 medical shirts have been donated through the nonprofit to children in 17 states, 25 cities and 30 hospitals and Ronald McDonald House Charities. Copyright 2016 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved. You can find the original story here: http://www.clickorlando.com/news/child-fighting-cancer-creates-hospital-friendly-t-shirts
Views: 299 Luke's FastBreaks
Central Florida's first pediatric bone marrow transplant unit opens at Florida Hospital for Children
 
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Florida Hospital for Children opened the first and only pediatric bone marrow transplant unit in Central Florida, under the direction of Dr. Paul Gordon, medical director of the pediatric bone marrow transplant program at Florida Hospital for Children. Though they have been providing stem cell transplants to pediatric patients since June 2011, this new facility has been designed with the latest technology and equipped with the best staff. They have diligently worked to make this new 8-bed unit as kid-friendly and scare-free as possible for children dealing with cancer and other blood disorders. The rooms are very colorful and provide customizable lighting. View the video below to get a glimpse of the new bone marrow transplant unit.
Pediatric Cancer Care - Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
 
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The Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders helps your child and family throughout the entire cancer journey — from diagnosis to survivorship and beyond. With our long-time membership and leadership in the Children’s Oncology Group (COG), a world-renowned organization exclusively dedicated to pediatric cancer research, we offer the most advanced treatments available in a compassionate, family-centered environment. Our expert pediatric hematologists and oncologists at the Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (or “NCCBD,” for short) work closely with our board-certified specialists representing many medical disciplines from the Delaware Valley (Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware) and throughout Florida (Nemours Chilcren's Hospital, Orlando, Florida; Nemours Children's Specialty Care, Jacksonville, Florida; Nemours Children's Clinic, Pensacola, Florida) to offer families world-class care. Nemours is also one of only two National Cancer Institute-designated pediatric Community Oncology Research Programs (or “NCORPs”) in the nation. As an NCORP institute, we work together, across our campuses in the North and South, to give kids with cancer truly comprehensive, well-informed care. For example, many children benefit from our weekly system-wide “tumor board” meetings, when specialists representing various medical disciplines in the Delaware Valley and throughout Florida come together to discuss complex cancer cases. It’s like getting a second opinion from the nation’s best pediatric cancer doctors and scientists without making an appointment. As an established system of pediatric oncology and hematology care, we pool our expertise and resources across our campuses to give your child the most comprehensive care possible. Together, our goal is simple: To get your child back to being a kid as soon as possible.At Nemours, we do everything in our power to beat childhood cancer and to bring your family real hope for brighter days to come.
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New Pediatric ER at Shands will enhance emergency care for children
 
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Children are not small adults. This is never more evident than when an accident or urgent medical problem arises and parents need fast access to specialized care designed to meet their child's needs. On July 1, the new Pediatric Emergency Room at Shands Hospital for Children at the University of Florida will open, becoming north central Florida's first emergency room specifically geared toward kids. Located at Shands at the University of Florida, the Pediatric ER will have a separate entrance with free valet parking for adults transporting children, and an adjacent parking garage for visitors. Calming, child-friendly décor with a nautical theme enhances the check-in and waiting areas, with porthole windows, saltwater aquariums and floors made to look like waves adding to the atmosphere. More important, families will have access to an expanded team of UF pediatric emergency medicine physicians and Shands pediatric emergency-trained nurses, additional treatment space and the latest medical technology. "This new Pediatric ER benefits our patients and our UF&Shands teams," said Jennifer Light, M.D., UF College of Medicine clinical assistant professor of emergency medicine and Pediatric ER medical director. "We've created an environment just for families, staffed by people committed to the care of children. This generates great positive energy and the opportunity for us to improve services and the whole experience for young patients and their families." The Pediatric ER will be staffed by seven UF board-certified or board-eligible pediatric emergency medicine physicians and 22 Shands pediatric-trained emergency medicine registered nurses. The team will be able to treat up to 24,000 pediatric emergency patients a year.
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OCFL Update | Central Florida St. Baldrick's
 
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Orange County Fire, local responders and everyday heroes come to the rescue in a fight against childhood cancers in “Brave the Shave”.
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UF Health Cancer Center - Orlando Health Proton Accelerator Delivery
 
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November 2nd 2014: Mevion Medical Systems is announcing the delivery of its MEVION S250 proton therapy superconducting synchrocyclotron accelerator to the University of Florida Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health. The accelerator delivery is a major milestone in the construction of the center’s new proton beam therapy system, which will treat cancer in adults and children. Proton therapy precisely delivers radiation doses to tumors while sparing much of the surrounding healthy tissue, thus making it ideal for treating pediatric patients, as well as adult cancers in sensitive locations such as near the heart or brain. As Central Florida’s most advanced cancer center, the University of Florida Health Cancer Center is the first hospital in the region to install a proton therapy system. Installation of the accelerator will take just a few days, and construction of the proton center is expected to be completed next year.
Stem cell transplant in children: what to expect | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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What is a stem cell transplant and how does it work? Leslie Lehmann, MD, Clinical Director of the Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Program at Dana-Farber/Children's Hospital Cancer Center, explains how she talks to patients and families about the stem cell transplant process and what to expect during and after treatment, as well as the variety of emotional and practical support resources available at Dana-Farber/Children's Hospital Cancer Center. Learn more about our pediatric stem cell transplant program: http://www.dana-farber.org/Pediatric-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Pediatric-Treatment-Centers-and-Clinical-Services/Pediatric-Stem-Cell-Transplantation.aspx Transcription: Dr. Lehmann: A stem cell transplant is really officially called ‘hematopoietic stem cell transplant,’ and what it means is that we are getting rid of somebody’s bone marrow in their body totally with a combination of very high doses of chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy and replacing it with someone else’s blood-forming elements, either from a family member or an unrelated donor. The reason that it works and offers something to patients struggling with cancers and leukemias is there’s two parts to that. One is that we deliver very, very high doses of therapy that wouldn’t be safe unless we put in someone else’s marrow to rescue, and the hope is that that very strong preparatory regimen gets rid of the last bits of cancer in the body. The second piece is that it allows us to deliver a new immune system, and there’s also data that a new immune system can help get rid of the last bits of cancer in the body. So together, the package is a way to increase the chance of curing somebody who has a malignancy of the bone marrow. Preparing a child for transplant is complicated. It obviously depends on the age of the child a lot. The main message we want to convey is that we are trying to cure the child so that they can go back and have the life that they had before the cancer diagnosis and that in order to do that or achieve that goal, we need to make them quite sick for a period of time in the hospital, and then also interfere with the quality of their life for months after that. What we try to tell families before a transplant is that it’s a marathon, not a sprint, and it’s easy to just focus on the part in the hospital, and that’s also often where people are giving you the most support—external people, like friends and family. But actually the months after the transplant are often just as complicated. Basically because your immune system is new, you can’t be out in the community for somewhere between 4 and 8 months after the transplant, which means that you can’t go to school and you can’t go to stores. You can see friends outside, but you can’t see friends inside your house, and that requires a lot of support from the whole family. So, we have a lot of support that’s in place for the child and the family in addition to the medical support, and we always say it takes a huge team to actually get somebody through transplant and through the months after transplant. Every family or child has a psychologist or social worker assigned to them who provides a lot of emotional and psychological support. We have a child life specialist program on the [inaudible 02:47] Unit that is fabulous, and also one in the outpatient clinic, and they spend hours working with children of all ages doing projects, activities, playing the guitar… We have spiritual support with a chaplaincy service at the Children’s Hospital, and we have a lot of financial support with a resource specialist that meets with every family as well. There really is a group of people that can help families with the non-medical piece of the transplant. The goal is cure, and at the end of the process, we have a lot of children who are happy and healthy and reintegrated back into their community. But the road to get there is very complicated, and we just want to give as much support as we can on that road.
Community Hospitals -  President Video: Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center
 
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For more than twenty years, our cancer center has been a premier cancer treatment facility, providing exceptional cancer care to more than 80,000 patients. We now share a state Cancer Center of Excellence Award with our UF Health Cancer Center Gainesville affiliation. We are passionate about the importance of our work, and dedicated to the patients and families that we serve. Every person is different – as is each patient's cancer.
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8th Day Rocks Camp Simcha for Children With Cancer
 
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http://campsimcha.org | http://chailifeline.org 8th Day visited Camp Simcha for an amazing concert. Thank YOU guys. Each summer, 400 seriously ill children are treated to unforgettable, medically supervised overnight camp experiences at Camp Simcha, for children battling cancer and other hematological illnesses, and Camp Simcha Special, for children with debilitating chronic conditions. At Camp Simcha and Camp Simcha Special, children and teens trade hospital rooms and doctors' offices for fun, friendship, and hope for the future. Campers enjoy traditional camp activities in fully handicapped-accessible facilities. Talent shows, concerts, and helicopter, hot-air, and motorcycle rides make every day super-special. Campers return home reinvigorated, with deep friendships and happy memories to help them travel the rough road ahead. Camp Simcha is a program of Chai Lifeline. Video by Akiva Bomzer Special thanks to Avromi Foxman.
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Paul R.Gordon, MD | Children's Center for Cancer & Blood Diseases
 
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Meet Dr. Paul Gordon, Medical Director of the Bone Marrow Transplant Program at Florida Hospital for Children.
Little Angels Children's Portraits to benefit Kids Beating Cancer
 
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Details: http://www.christopheryates.com/little-angels-portraits-benefit-kids-beating-cancer/ Limited Edition "Little Angels"children's portrait sessions are taking place now at the Winter Park studio (just outside of Orlando) of Christopher Yates. Your donation of $50.00 or more to Kids Beating Cancer gives your child a complimentary Little Angles portrait session (a $198.00 value) and a chance to appear in the 2015 Little Angels Calendar. Complete details are here: http://www.christopheryates.com/little-angels-portraits-benefit-kids-beating-cancer/ Be sure to watch this brief video for all of the details. Also, watch to find out how you can help Kids Beating Cancer even if you are not in the Central Florida area.
Views: 83 Christopher Yates
Knockout-Cancer 2015: Repton Boxing Club Promo
 
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JOIN US FOR A NIGHT TO REMEMBER On October 30th, we’ll be bringing the classic charity fight night to Orlando. Charity boxing nights provide a fantastic opportunity for networking whilst you enjoy a three course meal, live music, charity auction and eight bouts of live boxing. Proceeds benefit two great Central Florida charities. Kids Beating Cancer, who provide resources and support for children with cancer, leukemia and related life threatening diseases, as well as Florida Police Athletics/Activities League, who provide coordination, training, and programs that enhance the lives of Florida’s youth. http://www.knockout-cancer.com/
Views: 276 Chris Boscia
'Great Cycle Challenge' raising money for childhood cancer research
 
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Rain or shine, mile after mile, some cyclists have been hitting the road, riding all over central Florida. They’re doing it all for one little boy from Sorrento, Jay Ryon, 8, who has leukemia. Read more: http://bit.ly/1emfOIG
Views: 323 FOX 35 News
Be Brave Childhood Cancer Awareness iPhone App
 
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Hearing four simple words can change a family forever: Your child has cancer. On average, 46 families in the United States hear that diagnosis every day. Now iPhone users can help some of those families by downloading a new photo-sharing app offered by the Be Brave Foundation. The Be Brave Foundation provides financial support to the families of young cancer patients in Central Florida. Fighting cancer often stretches families to their breaking point emotionally, spiritually and financially. They incur an ongoing stream of expenses not covered by insurance – which is an added burden that takes their attention away from focusing on the young patient and his or her siblings. The foundation recently launched an iPhone photo app (https://appsto.re/us/LfNN5.i) allowing users to decorate pictures with frames that show support for childhood cancer fighters, and then share them through social media networks. The company releasing the app, Brave Designs, donates their portion of each 99-cent download directly to the Be Brave Foundation, allowing the group to provide more assistance to families battling pediatric cancer. “My wife and I started our foundation in June of 2014 after spending the previous 14 months watching our son battle cancer from the age of 3½,” said Jeremy Chambers, co-founder of the Be Brave Foundation. “Now that he is doing well, this foundation and the app are simply our way of giving back to help other families, to raise the level of awareness, and hopefully bring more funding towards a cure for childhood cancer.” Since June of 2014, the volunteer staff at Be Brave has raised more than $70,000 and provided financial relief to more than 100 families. About Be Brave Be Brave Foundation provides financial assistance to families in Central Florida with a child battling cancer. By removing some of the financial burden associated with treating pediatric cancer, families can focus on their child’s care and condition. The foundation also accepts donated new and gently used portable electronic devices to provide patients with educational and entertainment outlets during treatment.
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Pediatric Hematologist/Oncologist - Eric Sandler, MD - Nemours Children's Specialty Care
 
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Visit www.nemours.org to learn more. Dr. Eric Sandler is the Division Chief for Nermours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Nemours Children's Specialty Care, Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Sander is committed to providing compassionate, family-centered care and working toward the best outcomes for children with cancer and blood diseases. His areas of expertise include: Oncology (Cancer Care) Blood and Bone Marrow Transplantation Hematology (Blood Disorders) Bone Tumors Bone Marrow Failure Anemia Brain Tumors Hemolytic Anemia Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis Leukemias Liver Tumors Lymphoma Neuroblastoma Neurocutaneous Syndrome Neutropenia Retinoblastoma (Eye Tumor) Soft Tissue Sarcomas Thrombocytopenia Sickle Cell Disease For Appointments: (904) 697-3600 Fax: (904) 697-3927
Views: 2576 Nemours