Mother Of Infant With Cancer Makes Plea For Research, FundingMelissa Erlandson's one-year-old daughter, London, has a rare form of cancer. Doctors made the diagnosis when she was just 3 months old. Erlandson is asking for help to raise awareness about childhood cancer, and boost the funding needed for research.
MN Family Helps Fight Childhood Cancer By Eating Ice Cream For BreakfastIt's something your mother told you never to do: eat ice cream for breakfast. But one Forest Lake family is asking everyone to eat ice cream Wednesday morning.
Lemonade Stand Raises Funds For Boy With NeuroblastomaThe weather wasn't quite sunny or warm enough to have people craving lemonade, but plenty of drivers did stop for a bright yellow stand in Chaska.
Fundraiser Held To Benefit Toddler Dealing With Rare Eye CancerRetinoblastoma is a rare childhood cancer that is thought to affect only 300 kids a year in the entire country. It's a tumor that is found in the Retina of the eye and it's what a little girl from Inver Grove Heights is dealing with right now.
6-Year-Old Hosts Her Own Alex's Lemonade StandAn Eden Prairie girl made lemons into lemonade to raise money for childhood cancer.

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