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Teens Living With Cancer (US). Read Melissa Marie Sengbusch's courageous & inspiring story. Sadly, Melissa died on June 22, 2000 at age 19 after living with #cancer for 2 years : http://www.teenslivingwithcancer.org/about-2/melissas-story/

Teens Living With Cancer (US). Read Melissa Marie Sengbusch's courageous & inspiring story. Sadly, Melissa died on June 22, 2000 at age 19 after living with #cancer for 2 years : http://www.teenslivingwithcancer.org/about-2/melissas-story/

Child Life Specialists: Our child life specialists play a critical role in helping to reduce stress and anxiety for children and families before, during and after medical procedures. It's a perspective they're sharing with the team planning and building the new critical care tower at Akron Children's Hospital.

Child Life Specialists: Our child life specialists play a critical role in helping to reduce stress and anxiety for children and families before, during and after medical procedures. It's a perspective they're sharing with the team planning and building the new critical care tower at Akron Children's Hospital.

The Castoo, a cast decal helps kids express themselves after orthopedic surgery or injury.

The Castoo, a cast decal helps kids express themselves after orthopedic surgery or injury.

Repeat offenders are committing up to 2,000 murders, rapes and other serious crimes a year

Freed prisoners graduate to violent crime after jail

Repeat offenders are committing up to 2,000 murders, rapes and other serious crimes a year

Very inspiring video:  Just one month after being diagnosed with leukemia, Chris Rumble decided to lift the spirits of fellow cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital with a little music.  The 22-year-old put his filmmaking skills to work and organized a video set to the tune of Kelly Clarkson's hit song "Stronger" to give children, teens, families and staff on his floor a little bit of motivation -- and a reason to sing at the top of their lungs.

WATCH: Cancer Patient Makes AMAZING Video To Lift Spirits At Children's Hospital

Very inspiring video: Just one month after being diagnosed with leukemia, Chris Rumble decided to lift the spirits of fellow cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital with a little music. The 22-year-old put his filmmaking skills to work and organized a video set to the tune of Kelly Clarkson's hit song "Stronger" to give children, teens, families and staff on his floor a little bit of motivation -- and a reason to sing at the top of their lungs.

Missing Halloween already? Check out this YouTube video Child Life Specialist Heather Peach created of the Divison of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology and Department of Radiation Oncology trick-or-treat event in the Yawkey Outpatient Center.

Missing Halloween already? Check out this YouTube video Child Life Specialist Heather Peach created of the Divison of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology and Department of Radiation Oncology trick-or-treat event in the Yawkey Outpatient Center.

Kara, a Child Life Specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, works with Bella, a Canine Assistants facility dog, to help children cope with the stress and uncertainty of illness, hospitalization and potentially traumatic events.

Kara, a Child Life Specialist at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, works with Bella, a Canine Assistants facility dog, to help children cope with the stress and uncertainty of illness, hospitalization and potentially traumatic events.

"On Thursday, December 27, 2012, Glue Dots representatives visited Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin to donate Glue Dots products and various craft supplies to the Child Life Specialists staff.  Glue Dots’ donation will be used as part of Child Life’s Expressive Therapy program, which currently consists of 17 staff members whose role is to promote effective coping through preparation, distraction, play, and self-expression activities."

"On Thursday, December 27, 2012, Glue Dots representatives visited Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin to donate Glue Dots products and various craft supplies to the Child Life Specialists staff. Glue Dots’ donation will be used as part of Child Life’s Expressive Therapy program, which currently consists of 17 staff members whose role is to promote effective coping through preparation, distraction, play, and self-expression activities."

A cape for the brave kids we work with as Child Life Specialists

A cape for the brave kids we work with as Child Life Specialists

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