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Proud father of three. Oldest, JJ, diagnosed with a DIPG in Oct 05 and passed away on 31 Jan 07 at the age of six. Co-founder and board member of ICouldBeYourChild.org. Dedicated to finding a cure to pediatric brain tumors.

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At 12:34pm on December 5, 2009, Brenda Everson-Wiesman said…
Rep. Jo Bonner, AL, and Senator Richard Shelby, AL need calls from constituents on the initiative on the front page about the funding for the Caoline Pryce Walker Conquer Chidlhdood Cancer Act. Also, Senator Thad Cochran of MS needs calls, too. Can you contact other members in your geo group to help or post it for them to see? Thanks.
At 2:58pm on November 18, 2009, Brenda Everson-Wiesman said…
Hi Jim:
Could you contact your congress person, Jo Bonner, about supporting the appropriations funding for the Caroline Pryce Walker Conquer Childhood Cancer Act that is in conference now? You can do it by the Team Unite link #43 strategy at the top of the page or by the CureSearch link that was posted today. Anyone else in Alabama that you know of is welcome ,too! Thanks for your help!
At 10:35am on May 20, 2009, Kathi Clarke said…
HI Jim,
Would you like to share a pic of JJ for the new PAC2 header/collage of kids? If so email me a headshot or closeup to kathi96@msn.com
Thank you.
At 5:53pm on May 4, 2009, Childhood Cancer Awareness said…
The video is up now. I created it. Thanks for the "I Could Be Your Child" site and all that you do to help out to make a difference because a lot of people don't care about that, but you do. Thanks for sharing JJ also.
At 4:24pm on May 2, 2009, Childhood Cancer Awareness said…
Hey Jim,
I am in the process of making the " I Could Be Your Child" Video, which will be posted on YouTube. This is for brain tumor awareness since May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. I'm a 13 year old on a mission. JJ will be featured.

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Posted on September 30, 2009 at 2:38pm 14 Comments

I sent the below to the Wall Street Journal a couple of days ago as a hope for an OpEd piece. To date, I haven't heard anything back from them. In as such and you have the desire, please feel free to use whatever or all portions of it for your use.

We protect and value them as our most important assets. We clothe, feed and give them shelter. We educate them. We pray they can attain and aspire to a level in society higher than what we achieved. We see in them a future, dreams yet… Continue


Posted on September 16, 2009 at 1:40pm 9 Comments

What does one think if they type in www.cancer.org? Yep, you'd think this was the site that could answer all questions on cancer, right? Well, tell ya what. Click on the link and tell me what their banner says? Diana called them and asked what it was and they were very qucik to answer with "October is Breast Cancer Awareness month". She then asked what the color was that represented Childhood Cancer. "I have to look that up" was the reply. She then made him AWARE of the color and that September… Continue

Listening to the radio, I hear where this all saving economic stimulus bill (having been approved by the House) allocates over 300 million dollars for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. Now…

Posted on January 29, 2009 at 12:27pm 13 Comments

Listening to the radio, I hear where this all saving economic stimulus

bill (having been approved by the House) allocates over 300 million

dollars for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. Now I'm a

little peeved but fully believe that I need to check it out before my

blood pressure goes up. So... I check the bill. (http://


Under the prevention and wellness fund...

(4) not less… Continue


Posted on October 23, 2008 at 10:12am 3 Comments


Pediatric cancer deserves more funds, higher profile


Thursday, October 23, 2008

When our daughter, Alexandra “Alex” Scott, was diagnosed with childhood cancer in 1996, we were as frightened as two young parents could be. Both under the age of 30, we were not only terrified by the realization that our daughter had a disease that could prove terminal,… Continue

seeing pink is making me see red

Posted on October 16, 2008 at 10:00am 18 Comments

I have no problem with finding the cure for Breast Cancer (or any other cancer for that matter) but seeing pink is starting to make me see red. Breast Cancer recieves the most funds for research from the government, you can't walk down an isle at any store, during anytime of the year, without seeing a pink ribbon on something (bringing in even more funds for research), and here comes October... An entire month given to awareness for one specific cancer. So now they're asking at the registers… Continue

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