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Late Effects of Childhood Cancer

Watch this video from Cancer.net to get information from Lisa Diller, MD, about the late effects of childhood cancer treatments.

Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatments

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

Seany’s 30 Ways in 30 Days

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and The Seany Foundation needs you to help spread the word!

“During National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we honor the young lives taken too soon and the survivors who face chronic health challenges, we celebrate the progress made in treatment and recovery, and we rededicate ourselves to fighting this disease so all children may have the chance to live a full and healthy life.” -President Barack Obama

All month long, we’ll be sharing ways that you can help make a difference in the lives of kids with cancer. Check back every day for updates!

Day 1: Check out our September National Childhood Cancer Awareness video:

Day 2: Read Seany’s Story at http://www.theseanyfoundation.org/story.aspx

Days 3 and 4: “Like” The Seany Foundation on Facebook.

Day 5: Start using GoodSearch.com, which gives the charity of your choice money every time you do an Internet search. Remember to choose The Seany Foundation in La Jolla, CA.

Day 6: Donate your Facebook status. Post “September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is the leading cause of death in children. Help make a difference today. www.facebook.com/TheSeanyFoundation”

Day 7: Ask your best Facebook friends to “Like” The Seany Foundation.

Day 8: Write a review about The Seany Foundation and/or its fun events at http://greatnonprofits.org/reviews/profile2/the-seany-foundation

Day 9: Read Sean’s (“Seanylewbear”) words on Carepages: http://www.carepages.com/ServeCarePage?cpn=Seanylewbear

Day 10: Shop tons of your favorite merchants online at GoodShop.com and pick The Seany Foundation as your charity of choice.

Day 11: Follow @SeanyFoundation on Twitter.

Day 12: Watch this video about Sarcomas: http://youtu.be/A0-sb5LCmOg

Day 13: Today is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Day. Wear something yellow to show your support.

Day 14: Check out photos from Hairless Potter Night 2011: http://www.flickr.com/photos/theseanyfoundation/sets/72157627080719985/

Day 15: Send flowers or a gift to someone you love using ProFlowers: http://www.proflowers.com/landing2.aspx?pageid=optin&ref=fgvaffilNonProfitseany

Day 16: Advertise your business or the business of someone you know by donating an item or service for one of our upcoming events. For more info, visit http://www.theseanyfoundation.org/celebration

Day 17: Celebrate with The Seany Foundation! Join us for our annual party: www.theseanyfoundation.org/celebration

Day 18: Set up a tribute in honor of or to someone you love: http://www.theseanyfoundation.org/tribute_form.aspx

Day 19: Check out photos from all our fun events: http://theseanyfoundation.org/gallery.aspx

Day 20: See how your donation impacts the lives of kids and teens battling cancer. Join us for the 2011 Art from the Heart Exhibit at Rady Children’s Hospital today from 6:30pm-8pm in the Acute Care Pavilion!

Day 21: Word of mouth is a great gift. Tell someone you know about us today!

Day 22: Join Team Seany! Email [email protected] to join our volunteer list.

Day 23: Donate your car, boat, RV, or motorcycle: http://www.cars4causes.net/charity-car-donation/the-seany-foundation?_vsrefdom=charity_pages

Day 24: Read “In Cancer Fight, Teenagers Don’t Fit In” and share it with others: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/16/health/16canc.html?adxnnl=1&ref=health&adxnnlx=1313779779-TXrtijdlEstwQc/Qddb9tw

Day 25: Subscribe to The Seany Foundation’s YouTube Channel. Pick your favorite video to send to family and friends: www.youtube.com/seanyfoundation

Day 26: Visit The Seany Foundation Blog at http://blog.theseanyfoundation.org

Day 27: Bike, run, or walk? Create your own page to fundraise for The Seany Foundation at http://www.firstgiving.com/24587

Day 28: Sign up to receive our newsletter! Text SEANY to 22828 or sign up online.

Day 29: Watch this video to see how Urbalist used hip-hop to beat cancer: http://youtu.be/JvAXPf73Yi0

Day 30: Stay in touch! Connect with us online (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr) to find out about our events and ways you can make a difference year-round.

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:

Seany Gets Social

That’s right.  We’re starting off the year right by spreading the word about all the great work we’ve got planned!  How can you help?  It’s as easy as one click!  Just “Like” us on Facebook.  Or follow us on Twitter.  Check out our latest videos on YouTube, and check out photos of all the fun at Seany’s Flickr Photostream.  You can even help spread the word by sharing this blog entry.  That’s right.  Just click on any one of the icons below!

President Obama Makes September Official

On September 10, President Obama proclaimed September “National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month”.  It’s doesn’t get more official than that.  So, make your proclamation in the fight against pediatric cancer.  Spread the word today!

Here’s an important video on Sarcomas:

Subscribe to Seany’s YouTube Channel

Want to know more about the foundation and who we are?  Check out Seany Foundation videos, PSA’s, and links to important information from leading medical experts.  Join The Seany Foundation’s YouTube Channel, and add us to your friend list.  If you’re interested in making a Seany PSA of your own to post on YouTube to help spread awareness about childhood cancer, contact us at [email protected] to find out how.

What Is Ewing’s Sarcoma

The more we can find out about these orphan diseases, the more we can do to help treat them and find cures.  Here is an informative video about Ewing’s sarcoma, the type of cancer that Sean battled for 7 years:

‘Tis the Season: A True Story

Do good.  Feel good.  With your help, The Seany Foundation is embarking on some very exciting projects to help kids with cancer.  Help us spread the holiday cheer.  Pass on this informative video to help spread the word about the true story of great things that are happening right here in your neighborhood.