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A brighter future for kids with brain cancers.


The diagnosis of childhood cancer sends ripples of fear and uncertainty through families. In the face of such adversity, the power of

Losing a loved one, especially a child, is a heartbreaking and unimaginable experience. Grief can be all-encompassing, affecting our emotional, physical, and

Rare childhood brain tumours present unique challenges to medical researchers and the healthcare community.  They are complex, aggressive, and hard to study

  Losing a loved one is an emotional journey that leaves us longing for a connection beyond the physical realm. Many people

  Children living with cancer, along with their families, must often endure an incredibly challenging journey. Alongside the medical treatments and therapies,

  Losing a loved one is an excruciatingly painful experience that can make us feel powerless. It’s normal to go through a

  Brain tumours are the second most common type of cancer in children, and in a number of countries, including Canada and

  “Is there any way I can be a beacon of light in this dark time?” It’s a simple question that can

  Have you thought about ways to offer support to a charity? Fundraising is not just a noble act – it can

  Have you ever lost a loved one and wished for just one more chance to speak with them? It’s a heartbreaking

  Going through a loved one’s death is heartbreaking. Amid all the emotional hardship, you also have to figure out what to

Growing Through Hard Times

  Change, suffering, and loss are inevitable parts of life. But if we are open, these tough times can provide opportunities for

  Do you think red-nosed pranks are just for circuses? Not really. Medical clowns revive the old saying, “laughter is the best

Being sick is scary. Nobody enjoys staying in a hospital, regardless of age. Whether your child is receiving treatment or in recovery,

  “Mourning in our culture isn’t always easy. Normal thoughts and feelings connected to loss are typically seen as unnecessary and even

  “When Tali was going through her cancer treatments, and after she passed away, the support we received from family, friends, and

I can still hear her voice greeting me with glee as I entered her hospital room. “Granny!” she would sing out joyfully,

On top of the emotional and psychological toll that having a child diagnosed with cancer places on a family, there is often

  The loss of a loved one leaves a void in our hearts that is often never filled. While the grief process generally varies

Every day, scientists and doctors are making huge advances in the treatment of childhood cancer. New and improved medical approaches are constantly

As we prepare to say goodbye to 2021 and enter into a new year, many of us find ourselves in places of reflection. Not simply reflecting

Today is Giving Tuesday. As we enter the season of giving, we have a special gift for everyone today. Giving Tuesday is a day to

About Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumours (ATRT) – Tali’s Fund  In that devastating moment when you discover your child is seriously ill, your life

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! A whole month dedicated to reflecting, listening, and understanding the science and personal stories behind these debilitating diagnoses.   Though

  Today, on August 26th, we are lovingly remembering our beautiful Tali, whom we lost on this day in 2007 at just

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Rare paediatric tumours known as atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumours (ATRTs) have historically been considered incurable. Tali’s Fund has helped to support a

Experts in the field of neuro-oncology make their predictions and state their hopes for 2016.  Quoted from the National Brain Tumor Society

The Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto just released a news article explaining the results of the recently published study