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Between now and March 1, join in Arnie's Challenge and, together with the Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation, help raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer research and treatment at the Haley Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
Join us Friday, April 9th, 2021 from 8:30am - 4:30pm for the 11th Annual Child Abuse Prevention Training Virtual Conference, "Shining the Light".
When I was diagnosed with bone cancer, my life immediately shifted into survival mode. From ages 12 to 13, I spent a year of my life fighting a disease that I never expected to face. From chemotherapy, to surgeries, to needles and medications, my family and I journeyed through a battle that radically changed our lives.
How we Started The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families, then known as the Arnold Palmer Hospital Center for Children &
ORLANDO, Fla. – Cannonball Kids’ cancer Foundation (CKc) today announced the awarding of $565,000 for four research grants to create 200 options for children battling cancer through clinical trials, programs and young investigators.
In the summer of 2017, Ryan started to experience lower back pain which varied in severity. We initially thought it was a minor soccer injury and took her to an Orthopedic Surgeon. He made an initial prognosis of slipped discs and prescribed a soft back brace to wear when she was in pain. The pain came and went over the next few months, but in March 2018, the level intensified to a point where over the counter pain medications were no longer working.
The 2016 Panera Bread® Pink Ribbon Bagel Campaign raised over $21,000 for the UF Health Cancer Center – Orlando Health.
Representatives from CVS Health gathered at Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center on Monday, January 17, 2020 to present their $20,000 grant that will fund Opioid Education for Healthcare Providers at our facility. The goal of this project is to educate providers on understanding addiction (specifically, opioid use disorder).
Madison (Maddy) Flaherty was just short of her fifth birthday when she lost her battle to Cockayne Disease, a very rare neurodegenerative disorder. She and her twin sister, Morgan, had a seemingly normal delivery, but over time the family noticed that Maddy was not meeting the expected milestones.
Elaine Lustig (1928-2020) was the consummate volunteer - raising millions of dollars for both Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and co-founding Women Playing For T.I.M.E® (Technology, Immediate Diagnosis, Mammography and Education), supporting Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center