Category Archives: Go MOM on Cancer

Day in the Life: Dr. Kolb

E. Anders Kolb, MD is a pediatric oncologist at Nemours/ Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. Dr. Kolb Goes MOM on Cancer every day striving to provide his patients with the best possible care. He loves getting to know his patients and their families and will stop at nothing to be the […]

Momcology: No One Fights Alone

This guest blog post by Melanie Bimson is a co-founder of Momcology, Ultimate Hiker 2012, and mom to Piper and Pierce. Pierce has been a survivor since 2008. When you have a child, you prepare for a lot of different things. Preparing for a childhood cancer diagnosis isn’t typically one of them. When we were thrust into […]

“If I could do one thing, I would cure cancer.”

This Mom Goes MOM on Cancer When Christy’s son Gavin was 9-years-old, he was diagnosed with a germinoma brain tumor that was the size of an orange. After his diagnosis, he underwent surgery to remove the tumor, followed by chemotherapy and radiation. When Gavin was diagnosed, Christy’s heart broke; she couldn’t believe that they had […]