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Today's cancer treatments, while effective, can leave kids with lifelong health complications. During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, your support can accelerate research that helps ensure kids don't just survive, but like Ellia, they thrive.

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Open 24 hours, 7 days a week for children up to age 21 in Seattle.

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