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Images from the 2014 JMML International Symposium in San Francisco, CA, 5 December 2014


Juvenile Myelomonocytic Leukemia (JMML) is a rare form of leukemia which affects young children, generally under the age of five.

The JMML Foundation exists to find a cure for JMML, and to improve the quality of life of JMML patients and families through research, education, advocacy, and charity.

 The current Children's Oncology Group (COG) JMML Clinical Trial…

Explained here!

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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. What can you do to help?

1) Donate blood;

2) Join the bone marrow registry at www.bethematch.org;

3) Organize a donation drive at your office, church or child's school for your local Ronald McDonald House (they'll let you know what they need);

4) Gather a group of people to cook dinner at your local Ronald McDonald House;

5) Ask your local children's hospital how you could volunteer. Sometimes parents need someone to watch their child for a couple of hours while they go shopping, do laundry, take a shower, etc. Many families are separated while their children undergo therapy and don't have help;

6) Donate to The JMML Foundation.

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