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As you can see, We have been very busy with the look and functionality of the Forty Six Seven Web site.
I am so pleased to say that, to date, we have helped local Foundation's and Fund raiser's raise over $250,000.00 for Childhood Cancer Research and Awareness, as well as hundreds of dollars donated from sales here at Forty Six Seven. We don't make much selling trinket's, but every single dollar helps in more way's than one. We have also added a few new item's to our Shop that are sure to be a hit in the efforts to fund the cause, so please be sure to visit our Shop and pick up something to show that you are indeed.....AWARE! We also have some item's sold in quantities to help you in your cause! Our "Bag of Bracelet's" are a big seller! You can buy a bag of 50 silicone Awareness bracelets @ $2 per bracelet, and re-sell at your function for $4-$5 ea.

**Tampa Bay area anglers to seek fish, cancer cure at celebrity tournament
**We have added a NEW group on facebook to Honor Our ANGELS
**We now have OVER 1200 Members in our 46/7 dot com facebook group
**Our FortySixSeven.com Awareness campaign on Facebook
**We now have OVER 1000 Members in our Ewings Sarcoma WARRIORS / SURVIVORS Group!
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Every September is...
............Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and like most people, you probably didn't know that. Did you notice the HUGE Pink Ribbon hanging in front of the White House during the Month of October? We did. Did you notice the Pink bats the Major League Baseball players used in their games? We did. Did you notice the Pink wrist bands on their wrists, as well as the Pink Towels used to wipe their sweat? We did. Did you notice the Pink footballs used by the National Football League, as well as the Pink ribbon on their helmets, shoes, uniform, and goal posts? We did. Did you notice EVERY TV news channel mention breast cancer awareness month EVERY DAY in October? We certainly did, and We are not alone when We say, it is a damn shame that not one single word has been written, or broadcast by the above mentioned entities regarding Our Children of Cancer, the terrible diseases they fight, their Parents struggles, or the most important fact.....Cancer Kills Children too...

Cancer is still the leading cause of death from disease among U.S. children over one year of age.1 Cancer kills more children than cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, AIDS, asthma and juvenile diabetes combined. In the United States, among children, from birth to age 19, more than 18,000 cases of cancer are diagnosed each year. While progress against childhood cancer has been made, cure rates for some pediatric cancers remain below 50 percent.

Childhood cancer
survival rates in the United States have increased from less than 20 percent in the 1960s to almost 80 percent today. The increase in childhood cancer survival rates can be partly attributed to the progress made against the most common childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, as well as advances in treatment and research made in the past few decades. Researchers have made strides against pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia, raising survival rates from just 4 percent 50 years ago to 94 percent today. While progress against childhood cancer has been made, cure rates for some pediatric cancers remain below 50 percent.

The causes of childhood cancers are largely unknown.
Childhood cancer is not one disease entity, but rather is a spectrum of different malignancies. Cancers found in children are biologically different from those seen in adults.

The 10 most common types of childhood cancer are as follows:

- Leukemia (acute lymphoblastic leukemia and acute myeloid leukemia)
- CNS, brain, and spinal cord tumors
- Lymphomas, (including Hodgkin and non-Hodgkin lymphoma)
- Skin cancer and melanomas
- Soft tissue tumors (including rhabdomyosarcoma)
- Germ cell tumors
- Neuroblastoma
- Bone cancers (including osteosarcoma and Ewing sarcoma)
- Renal cancer (including Wilms tumor)
- Retinoblastoma
What does 46/7 mean?
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"if You Ever See
A Child fight Cancer,
It Will Change Your Life Forever"
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Cancer Research And Awareness
Welcome to the 46/7 Childhood cancer Awareness Campaign.
Most of you know how serious we are about the sometime overlooked topic of Childhood Cancer Awareness. We have taken part in everything from bake sales, fishing tournaments, 5k Runs, and numerous Walks to help raise as much money as we possibly can for Childhood cancer Awareness and Research. Every one who lives, or has lived, in the "World of Childhood Cancer" knows how utterly disappointing it is to see the 'other' cancer foundation's getting all the attention from TV, News Paper adds, and even Sports teams wearing colored clothing.

Did you know that most (87%) of the funds collected, and donated for Childhood cancer research are collected by Families and Friend's of Families directly affected by Childhood Cancer. Each Cancer Kid would have to stand on his corner with his / her hand out, and hope some one will notice them. It is up to US to not only care for our seriously Ill Children, but having to sometimes 'beg' for help of any kind.

Our Son was diagnosed with ewings sarcoma in his right femur at the age of 10 in 2002. He underwent 9 months of treatment. The tumor was pathologically deemed 100% killed, and his hip, femur, and knee were replaced with an implanted expandable prosthesis which was surgically lengthened as he grew. In October Of 2003 we learned that the intense chemo therapy treatment he had received had destroyed his bone marrow's ability to produce healthy blood cells, and he developed MDS (meylodisplastic syndrome), a pre-leukemia which if left to progress it would have resulted in AML in a matter of months. He now needed a successful bone marrow transplant to survive. He was placed on the bone marrow registry and within 3 days, a perfect match was located (25 yr. old Male in Minn.). The Donor, George H. Was contacted and more testing was done to see just how "perfect" the math was. The match was a 10 out of 10, and he had agreed to the transplant of his actual bone marrow.

On Mar. 4th 2004 the bone marrow transplant was done, and was a complete success, with minimal side effect's throughout the 6 month long process. We had the opportunity to meet George a year after the transplant, and have been in contact with him and his Family since then. Billy, our Son, has graduated from the University of South Florida with a BS Degree in Marine Biology with a Chemistry minor. He started his Master's in August 2014 and is Thriving. My Family is committed to doing what ever we possibly can to raise awareness, and funds for Childhood cancer research and the Families directly affected by Childhood cancer(s); for we are forever grateful to every one involved in saving Our Son's Life. Our Mission
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