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Laura's Story

Laura Rosenberg was a healthy, active, fun-loving 12-year-old student and older sister whose hopes and dreams for a carefree future were shattered when she was diagnosed with Acute Myelocytic Leukemia.

During her treatment over the following two and one-half years she fought with spirit, determination and courage that is rarely seen, especially in one so young.

Laura’s approach to treatment and repeated hospitalizations at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center was one of acceptance and hope. She used her own adjustment as an example, and opened her hospital room to all-anytime of the day or night to help the other children and their families accept their diagnosis, treatment, and outcome.

By living as normal a life as possible in the face of the most disruptive circumstances and extending herself without hesitation, Laura demonstrated to us a wisdom beyond her years.

On October 14, 1981, Laura lost her personal fight to leukemia.

The Facts About Children With Cancer

15,700

Kids Are Diagnosed With Cancer, Each Year.

This number hasn’t gone down in 20 years.

6

Years Old

Is The Average Age, A Child Is Diagnosed With Cancer.

We Support Programs That Enhance Their Increased Chances Of Survival.

12

%

Will not survive there diagnosis, and they need our help.

Join The Laura Rosenberg Foundation, and donate to help make this statistic erased.

100 % Committed To Beating Child Cancer

With The Helps Of Affiliates & Partners
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Through the generosity of our donors, we've created multiple programs for Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
SIBS Place
SIBS PLACE provides support to the unique experience and needs of the well children as they face the issues and conflicts related to the illness of their loved one, through arts & peer support.
Sunrise Association
Sunrise Association brings back the joys of childhood to children with cancer and their siblings worldwide by providing them with summer camps, in hospital programs, and STEAM skill program.
Happiness Is Camping
This organization provides children with cancer and their siblings a traditional residential camp experience together with sophisticated medical care for campers both on and off treatment. Free of charge.
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