Chasing Away Childhood Cancer

  • Help Plant the Seeds of Hope for Tomorrow’s Children

    Chase After a Cure (CAAC) was founded in 2009 by Chase’s mother, Whitney Ringler.  Over the years, CAAC has flourished because of tremendous support from the community.  Thanks to the support of donors like you, we are able to provide funding to the only childhood …

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  • Get #BlingedOut for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!

    With September being national Childhood Cancer Awareness month, we are encouraging all of our followers to join our #BlingedOut campaign.  The goal is to bring awareness to childhood cancer by having people “bling out” (since childhood cancer’s color is gold) as many things as possible …

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  • Join Our #BlingedOut Thunderclap!

    Help raise awareness for childhood cancer by joining our #BlingedOut Thunderclap! A Thunderclap is an organized social media event that allows a single message to be mass-shared so it is able to make a statement and get noticed. By having everyone share the same message …

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  • Immunotherapy Is Able to Benefit Stem Cell Transplant Recipients

    Stem cell transplants are often an effective way to drive various cancers into remission. The problem is that approximately one-third of patients relapse afterwards and face a poor prognosis. A new Dana-Farber Cancer Institute study published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that …

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  • Riley’s Chase For A Cure

    Riley Hospital for Children has recently launched a program concentrating on children whose cancer has either returned, is resistant to traditional chemo, or is so aggressive that standard treatment will not work.  In an interview with WishTV.Com, an Indianapolis news site, this pediatric hospital explains …

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  • Everything You Need To Know About Neuroblastoma

    Our main focus here at Chase After a Cure is childhood cancer, especially those difficult to treat cancers such as neuroblastoma. Neuroblastoma is a cancer that develops from immature nerve cells found in several areas of the body. The disease most commonly arises in and …

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  • Summer Sun Safety Month

      Since August is national Summer Sun Safety Month it’s only appropriate that we discuss some of the damaging effects from the sun and what you can do to prevent them. Everyone knows that the sun produces UV radiation, which can be harmful in large …

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  • 4 Ways You Can Support Chase After a Cure

    Matching Donations At Chase After a Cure, we’re dedicated to raising funds to support childhood cancer research and to raise more awareness about childhood cancer. An easy way to double your contribution is through employee giving programs. Many corporations match employee donations (or the tax …

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  • Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids

    On June 22nd an exciting new project was launched, entitled “Making Cancer Less Painful for Kids” along with the hashtag #KidsCancerPain which was in partnership with the Cancer Knowledge Network (North America’s most widely read online cancer resource), and funded by a research grant from …

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  • New ‘Chase Away Childhood Cancer’ License Plate to Benefit Chase After a Cure

    Soon it will be easy for anyone with a vehicle to support childhood cancer research efforts right here in South Carolina. A new pediatric cancer specialty license plate has been approved by the South Carolina Legislature and will available to the public in 2017. The …

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