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Children’s Minnesota nurse’s work picture perfect

Get to know Jonathan Matters and find out what inspired his photography project in this week’s Five Question Friday.

Shine Bright Bash raises over $320,000 to support Cancer & Blood Disorders program

More than 400 guests turned out for Children's Minnesota's Shine Bright Bash, raising more than $320,000 for Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Program.

“Children’s Pedcast”: Dr. Susan Sencer on pediatric cancer

Children's medical director of hematology and oncology joins the show as part of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

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Share your shining star, raise money for Children’s Minnesota cancer and blood disorders program

For every mention of #shinebrightbash between Sept. 1 and 13, Affinity Plus Credit Union will donate $5, up to $15,000, to our cancer program.

Children’s Minnesota’s Susan Sencer named Top Cancer Doctor by Newsweek

Dr. Sencer has been instrumental in founding the integrative medicine and pain and palliative care programs at Children’s.

Lucas Hobbs, 12, of Eagan, Minn., used his Make-A-Wish to serve food to others with the help of food trucks.

Cancer survivor uses wish to serve food to others

Lucas Hobbs, 12, of Eagan, and four food trucks fed patients, families and staff at Children's – Minneapolis.

Plastics on my mind (and yours, too)

Editor's note: This post originally was published May 18, 2010. Dr. Tim Culbert is the former medical director of Integrative Medicine at Children's Minnesota. 

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Five Question Friday: Meet nurse (and video director) Becky Bogan

Becky has worked on Children's Hematology/Oncology unit in Minneapolis for 14 years.

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‘I’m a cancer survivor’

In the final part of this four-part series, Ted Sibley, MD, reflects on how surviving cancer as a teen shaped the life he now lives.

Cancer-patient-turned-doctor adds new title: Dad

In part three of this four-part series, after coping with an infertility diagnosis, Ted and Erin Sibley become parents.