Child Cancer Awareness

When I heard about Layla Grace, she has already gone to heaven to play with the angels last March 9, 2010. She was two years old. She suffered from Stage IV Neuroblastoma, an aggressive cancer who has children as victims.

Through her story, I met few children who are currently suffering from Neuroblastoma, brain tumors and cranial deformities. I saw pictures of babies lying on the hospital bed with tubes attached to their bodies, finger pulse oximeter at their little fingers, and many other medical gadgets. Their stories moved me so much that I cry every time I visit their FAN pages at Facebook or blogs. It made me think how sweet and fragile children suffer so much pain at their young age. It seems to be unfair.

Anyway, I am still following them until to this day and still following new stories of cancer battles in children. And, in my own little way, I want to help them. Not financially big time, but enough to help create awareness through others.

By the way, don’t forget that September is Child Cancer Awareness Month. Don’t forget to post a golden ribbon on your blog to help create awareness too!!


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