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BY Gail Goodwin

In April 2000, 7-year-old Megan Evans moved from ballet lessons, gymnastics and Rollerblades into the more serious world of pediatric cancer.

Diagnosed with Ewing's sarcoma, she began treatment for her cancer and spent a semester in the MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital elementary school classroom. During that time, Megan was introduced to the Children's Art Project and has since been a CAP designer numerous times.
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BY Emily Tickle Thomas

My name is Emily Tickle Thomas and I had cancer. I was diagnosed with oral squamous cell carcinoma in 2007 while pregnant with my fourth son...

BY Judy Overton

After a long and successful career in broadcast journalism in Houston, North Texas and Oklahoma, Judy Overton joined MD Anderson in 2008 as...

BY Meghan Campione


When Joseph Campione was born, his parents adoringly held their first child -- a healthy 6-pounder with a head of black hair. But when he was only two weeks old, they were told that a small growth on his bottom that was present at birth and had been thought to be benign was diagnosed as rhabdomyosarcoma, an extremely rare form of muscle cancer. Now, five years later, as Joseph prepares to enter kindergarten...

Joseph Campione

BY MD Anderson

In September 2008, Hurricane Ike hit the coast of Galveston and through the medical center, with winds up to 110 mph. MD Anderson was closed...

BY Soumen Khatua, M.D.

The use of cell phones among children has increased dramatically over the last decade. So has the rising concern over whether cell phone use...