Today is the seventh anniversary of Jared's (our son-age 26) death. He fought for almost 5 years. He had Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma. 15,780 children get cancer yearly and approximately 2,000 will die. Rhabdomyosarcoma is one of the most common types of cancer in children. According to Sarcoma Alliance, between 1,500-1,700 children are diagnosed with bone or soft tissue cancer, yearly.
Cancer doesn't discriminate- anyone of any age, race, religion, sexual orientation, or wealth status-can get it. Only 4% of the monies allotted for cancer research nationally, are given to childhood cancer and not enough is allotted for ALL Cancers.
What can we do? We can choose which cancer researchers we want to fund. They are looking for new answers, not just more poisons to kill the cancer (all non-cancerous) cells. Our 501(c)(3) charity looks for researchers trying to find non-toxic ways to end cancer, especially children's cancers and sarcomas. PLEASE help us win the war on these cancers by donating to us, as much as you can afford, as often as you can. Some of the monies received will be in reserve for the following year, about half of it will be given to certain researchers. We hope to have a large fundraising event yearly to help us support these hard working researchers. Please join us and let's really try to conquer cancer! Support us by donating
 


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When I was a kid, I used to tell myself that if I'm going to die, I want to have a cancer like leukemia. I got it from watching too much Korean movies before that I thought it's good to wish something like that. It's ridiculous, I know. When I hear the word cancer, I can't help but cringe because I know how this disease destroy lives and how, up until today, can't find the right antidote. One of my advocacies in life is to help people who are suffering from cancer. We also do fundraising to help our cancer patients. I hope many would donate because it's worth saving lives.

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06/14/2017 7:27pm

I am sad to hear about Jared your son. Things in this world are really unpredictable, we don't know what will happen next. Cancer is the number one disease that makes people suffer, it is a kind of disease that can grow in your different parts of your body. There are people who question their lives because they think that life is unfair and sometimes people blame God because of it. Everything happens for a reason, we must experience what are the reasons of our lives, living in this world. We all have that called "mission" in life, I believe we are made to teach every person that come along in our lives the lesson of life. I will definitely share your blog, by this I can help you pull in more donors for your people. God bless you!

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04/18/2017 7:51am

It's so sad. It's very important to remember him. He is looking at you from Heaven.

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05/10/2017 12:36pm

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    We are Robyn and Ray Grossman.  We started Jareds Juggernaut Inc.  after our son, Jared, died following a five year battle with Rhabdomyosarcoma on March 23, 2010.  On this page we will: present news; give interesting information; answer your questions; and give our readers a place to express their ideas.

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