Leukemia Patient To Throw First Pitch At Phillies Home OpenerThe Phillies home opener is Monday and this year a 10-year-old will throw out the first pitch, and it’s a dream come true.
Brotherly Love: Ukee Washington Grants Leukemia Patient's WishKate Bilo was the first one to meet Ronnie Coffey.
Ice Cream Festival At Penn's Landing Benefits Pediatric Cancer ResearchThe 16th annual all you can eat Super Scooper Ice Cream Festival on Penn's Landing is underway through Sunday. It's an event to benefit a worthy cause.
Date Set For 10th Annual Andrew Farrell Home Run DerbyThis year, we are excited to announce the 2013 Andrew Farrell Home Run Derby is set for Saturday, May 17th at George Washington High School.
Mourners Asked To Wear Pink At Reading Girl's ViewingMourners are being asked to wear bright colors — especially pink — in memory of a 8-year-old Delaney Brown who was serenaded by thousands just days before dying of leukemia.
Boy Fighting Leukemia Becomes Honorary FirefighterSix-year-old Aiden Riebel is officially sworn in as an honorary Washington Township firefighter. More than anything this very sick little boy wanted to become a firefighter and one town came together to make that happen.
Health: FDA Approves New Leukemia DrugThe Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved a new drug from Roche to help treat patients with a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
Rowan University Hosts Annual 'Be The Match' Event To Register Marrow DonorsDonate just 15 minutes of your time this Wednesday, and you could save a life.
Peggy Dolan, Helping Families with Seriously Ill ChildrenPeggy Dolan turned tragedy into triumph 36 years ago after she lost her six-year-old daughter, Kelly, to a rare form of leukemia.
A Relationship Between Traffic-Related Pollution And CancerWe know that air pollution can cause health problems like increased rates of asthma and even more serious lung issues but now researchers at UCLA say there could be bigger problems.
Croatian Girl Who Traveled To CHOP For Potentially Lifesaving Treatment Passes AwayOn Wednesday, the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania released a statement on the death of five-year-old Nora Situm.
Croatian Girl Gets Experimental T-Cell Treatment at Children's Hospital of Phila.Her 4,000-mile trip from her home country was just the begining of her journey.

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