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Hope lies in community. It lives in our relationships and in our stories. The stories here are written by KCCFA kids, parents and others who have walked the cancer journey and come out the other side. They are meant to inspire hope. We welcome stories of hope from each and every one of you. If you have an inspiring story you’d like to share, please email us.

Taylor’s Story
What I am sharing with you here has impacted me personally. And, I know it impacts over 1,300 Canadian families every year. I’m talking about childhood cancer.  more
Karisma’s Story
October 13 2004, exactly two months after my 18th birthday, my life, which I thought was just beginning, was in danger of ending.  more
Falling for KCCFA
When I fall, I make it a spectacular fall. My definition of a spectacular fall is a total wipe out. A total wipe out is arms flailing, books flying, knees buckling and legs scraping like a pair of giant garden sheers. These falls are a part of my daily regime.  more
Carie Jennifer Wik: Mentor for Life
I was diagnosed with cancer when I was 13 months old. I am now 19. I am a cancer survivor. I have overcome many obstacles along the way, both physical and emotional, by learning to accept the effects of cancer and surgery on my body and developing the confidence to realize that this is part of who I am.  more



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