Last Modified: November 1, 2001
We can beat cancer. We just have to keep trying.
I hope that by the time the millenium arrives, cancer will be cured.
I'd rather be skating than dreaming.
I believe in myself now more than ever because I have reached many of my goals. I found out I have a lot of courage.
A sunny spring day makes me feel good and happy!
I thank God for the devoted doctors and nurses at Children's Hospital and for my loving family and friends who help me every day.
I like to draw horses because it passes the time at the clinic.
A shark attack against cancer.
When I grow up, I want to be a zoologist and study sea turtles.
It feels good to be cancer-free, because you know that soon your hair will grow back and you won't be different from your friends. I think they'll find a way to cure cancer totally for every kid.
At the end of the dark tunnel, there is a light.
When I feel good, I like to go outside in the warm weather.
I was in the hospital for Christmas. I drew this nutcracker as a symbol of hope that in the millennium they can find a cure for cancer so kids don't have to stay in the hospital for the holidays.
Sep 2, 2014
In-hospital mortality rates, length of stay steady, but complications, costs up
Jan 8, 2013
Incidence of cancers down for men, stabilized in women; incidence of some cancers increasing
Feb 9, 2010
Study finds that well below 1 percent of women were taking tamoxifen in 2000 and 2005