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CURE Childhood Cancer would like to keep you up to date with all the news an events that are happening at CURE. Please continue to check in to get the latest news, download the latest newsletter and check out the latest press releases.

Click here to view the latest news from CURE on the CURE blog.

Online Resources

At CURE, it is our goal to arm families of children with cancer with they need. A list of resources is contained on the following pages. If you should have any additional questions about CURE Childhood Cancer, click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Find CURE Childhood Cancer in more of the places you visit on the Web. Join us on Facebook and sign up for our article feeds in your RSS newsreader. You can also follow CURE on Twitter @CUREchildcancer.

RSS 101 – A Brief Explanation

We’ve all heard that RSS is sweeping the web, but what exactly is it? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. In essence, RSS technology uses a code called XML, which scans the Internet for new content and displays it automatically for subscribers. RSS is a wonderful innovation because you can receive continually changing content without having to visit a website repeatedly to check for updates. Despite how simple it is to subscribe to feeds, only about two percent of online consumers take advantage of RSS. We hope the information here will help you put this timesaving technology to use on a daily basis.

How Do You Use RSS?
First, you need a tool called a feed reader. The good news is that there are dozens to choose from, most of them free. Although you can choose to download a program and read feeds on your computer, most people are choosing the simplified option of creating a personalized home page at websites like iGoogle, MyYahoo!, MyMSN, and MyAOL. Up until now you may have been unaware of the fact that all of these services are actually RSS feed readers. You choose the feeds you want to subscribe to (that’s the personalized part) and when your browser opens to that home page, automatically, the latest news and fresh content of your choice is displayed. You can even have multiple personalized pages to organize your feeds by topic. We like to have essential news and tools on our home page, but being the food lovers we are, we’ve created a separate page just for food related feeds.

Its also pretty easy take advantage of the built-in RSS readers found in the newest versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple’s Safari Browser and Mozilla Firefox. You can select the feeds that interest you from individual websites or from searchable directories. Just look for the orange RSS button to add a feed.

A Wealth Of Content
If you are looking for new and interesting content to add to your reader, as you visit various websites, keep your eyes open for the easily recognized RSS or XML buttons like we have here at This indicates that the site publishes a feed that you can subscribe to. There are also directories that let you search for feeds by topic. Google’s Blog Search, Yahoo! Search Blog and are all good places to start.

Put Technology To Work
Now that you know the basics about RSS, don’t be left in the dark – use the technology to keep informed of up-to-the-minute blog entries, news headlines, podcasts and other relevant information..

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    Make plans to attend the first ever Carnival for a CURE on Saturday, June 11th from 12pm-5pm at Cogburn Woods Elementary School in Milton, GA. Enjoy food trucks, a caricature artist, games with prizes, raffles, vendors, pet adoptions, and much more, all benefiting United for a CURE: The Mary Elizabeth, Melissa, Lake Fund.

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    BELIEVE BALL RAISES $1,000,000+

    The 3rdĀ Annual Believe Ball brought together 600 individuals, honoring Jeff Foxworthy as well as raising more than $1,000,000 to further CURE’s mission. We are immensely grateful for every individual who helped make this event possible. To learn more about the Believe Ball, and order pictures from the evening, click here.