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The symbol for Childhood Cancer Awareness is a gold ribbon. The symbol for brain tumours is a grey ribbon. For children fighting a brain tumour, that's two ribbons, too many.
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We are celebrating bringing hope for 35 years! One of the ways we are marking this important milestone and sharing hope for the future, is with this video, where Steve Northey, one of our Founders, talks about why this organization started and how far we have come!Learn more
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