Give Hope to Kids Suffering From Cancer
Childhood cancer includes some of the most curable types of cancer. Yet this year alone, over 100,000 kids will die. Most of them live in developing countries.
Because of where they live, these kids have no chance for a cure or pain relief.
Access to live-saving medicines to treat leukemia and brain tumors are much needed in the developing world.
In developing countries, kids with cancer have just a 20 percent survival rate, while in the U.S. they would have a 75-80 percent survival rate. They're the same kids, with the same cancer. They could have the same chance.
Give hope for healing and relief from suffering to people in developing countries suffering from cancer. Pledge to support the National Cancer Coalition as they deliver hope through medication and spread the message that just because people are underserved doesn't mean they're undeserving of relief from cancer or chronic disease.