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2012 Annual Report Now Online

Check out how we put your donations to good use in our Annual Report 2012!* Thanks for your continued support in the fight against childhood cancer.

*Please note that Celebration 2013 has been changed from Saturday, September 28 to Saturday, October 19.

Cover of 2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report Now Available

The Seany Foundation proudly presents its 2011 Annual Report! See how your support has made a difference in the lives of children, teens, and young adults battling cancer. Hard copies were recently mailed to 2011 donors. If you haven’t receive yours, then we might need to update your mailing address. Please send updated contact information to [email protected]. To read the 2011 annual report e-version, click here.

 

 

 

TSF Shines on San Diego People

On Sunday, November 27, KUSI’s Allen Denton interviewed Co-founder Mitch Robins on the morning program San Diego People. If you missed the episode, check it out here! The Seany Foundation feature begins at minute 20:49.

TSF on KUSI San Diego People

How Music Heals

Music heals. Check out this report from CNN on what patients dealing with cancer have known for a long time:

http://www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/08/09/music.soothes.anxiety.cancer/index.html?hpt=hp_bn6

And then, check out the story how hip-hop saved one young man’s life:

Understanding Cancer in AYA

AYA = Adolescents and Young Adults

One of the reasons cancers in adolescents and young adults is so difficult to treat is because it’s just that: cancer in adolescents and young adults. The amazing transition from childhood to adulthood poses great challenges for cancer treatments in this particular stage of life. According to Dr. Brian Hayes-Lattin, “More than 72,000 adolescents and young adults (ages 15 to 39) learn they have cancer each year in the United States, a number up to seven times larger than the number diagnosed under the age of 15.” For more on why The Seany Foundation is concerned about improving treatments for teens and young adults, read the full NCI Cancer Bulletin article.