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ISCC Press Release
Dear ISCC Supporters and Friends, At a time when our attention and efforts are more critical than ever for the children who receive our donations, we ...
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Community Support Through Subaru's Annual Share the Love Campaign
We are very excited and honored to be partnered with Subaru Of Glendale in supporting our local community. The incredibly generous donation was made p...
Community Support Through Subaru’s Annual Share the Love Campaign!

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Our happiness is tied to the wellbeing of our loved ones
In hard days of life we may think that there is nothing for which we can be happy. It is exactly in these moments that we should mark the health and presence of our loved one since according to a famous saying "health always seems much more valuable after we lose it". So, let's never take this divine gift for granted and be happy with our loved ones.
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Give the gift of HOPE

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving back that’s held on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, when supporters like you can join us in pledging to make sure no child will lose their battle with cancer because of Poverty. We ask you to provide your support or join us as a monthly member.

Wishing your family safe and healthy holiday season.

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Love can change everything, Its a miracle.
Join us , imagine what a difference your contribution can make in the lives of children who desperately need your help.

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Dear Friends,

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, we at ISCC would like to sincerely THANK YOU for your generous contributions. ISCC could not have grown to its present level without your generosity. We certainly value our relationship and look forward to a long-lasting partnership over the years to come.

We are pleased to inform you with your generosity ISCC has sent more than 2.5 million dollars in Medication to Mahak in the past two years. These are mediations that are un-available in Iran.ISCC is a place of hope for more than 21,000 children under treatment.

Thank you for offering these children and their families a second chance at a bright future and for being part of our rapidly growing family.

Wishing your family safe and healthy holiday season.
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Helping your child have a good school year during treatment: part 2

Keep Your Child Involved In All Classroom Activities

It's easy for a child with cancer to feel left out of certain classroom activities. Make an effort to keep them as involved as possible by arranging from them to use devices for video chats (when appropriate). Or ask your child's school if some classroom activities can be live-streamed via social media.

Another innovative option is a program called Monkey in My Chair, which gives your child a stuffed monkey that will physically take their place at school when they can't be there. They also have "Monkey Messages" to allow your child to share photos and updates.

Encourage Them to Maintain Friendships

One of the greatest school-related fears children with cancer have is not being able to stay connected with their friends. But with a little creativity and planning on your part, your child can maintain important friendships even when they'll have to be in and out of school. Some ways to accomplish this goal include:

Asking their teachers to have their classmates record short video greetings
Arranging for classmates to visit them during times when they'll need to be in the hospital for a while
Planning special outing with their school friends – e.g., backyard "camping trips," slumber parties, theme parties, or movie nights
Asking if your child's school would be willing to get all students involved in cancer fundraising activities
Also, consider allowing your child to take advantage of peer support groups online specifically for kids or teens with cancer. These online resources can give your child a way to stay connected with peers also dealing with the same cancer-related problems as they go through their school year.
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قهرمانی «امیر» در یک مبارزه 14 ساله با سرطان امسال سی ساله شده؛ همسن محک

داستان از اینجا شروع می‌شه که امیر سال تحصیلی 82 رو با شوق و انگیزه اما با سردردهای شدید، حالت تهوع، سیاهی و کم‌سویی چشم‌ها شروع کرد؛ علائمی که هر روز تکرار می‌شد تا بالاخره با تصویربرداری از مغز، تومور مخچه تشخیص داده شد.

از همون روزهای ابتدایی با محک آشنا شد و مبارزه خودش رو با این بیماری سخت شروع کرد. سرانجام قهرمان قصه ما بعد از 14 سال مبارزه با سرطان بهبود پیدا کرد و تا امروز بعد از حدود 4 سال هیچ علائمی از عود مجدد بیماری نداشته. امیر، بعد از بهبودی، دیپلم کامپیوترش رو گرفت و 10 سالی می‌شه که در زمینه تخصصیش فعالیت می‌کنه.

محک هم مثل امیر روزهای سختی رو پشت سر گذاشته تا به این سن رسیده و حالا خوشحالیم که امروز بعد از 30 سال حمایت از کودکان مبتلا به سرطان در سراسر ایران، اعلام می‌کنیم که امیر هم در بین 1365 فرزند بهبودیافته مبتلا به بیماری تومور مغزی محکه؛ فرزندی که همزمان با این مؤسسه سی ساله شده و شمع‌های کیک تولدش رو به امید رسیدن به موفقیت‌های بیشتر فوت کرد.
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Help your child have a good school year during treatment: part 1

Children with cancer often have concerns about either starting a new school year or returning to school after missing several days or weeks because of hospitalization or doctors' appointments. Here are some tips to keep in mind to help your child enjoy a good school year as they undergo treatment for cancer.

Plan an Appropriate Back to School Welcome

If you know your child will have to miss some days during the school year, make arrangements with their teachers or the school to have a little welcome back party for them following long absences. But be respectful of your child's feelings, especially if they prefer a more low-key welcome when they get back to school. Another option is to have a welcome back party at your own home with their friends from school the day or weekend before they'll be returning to school.

Arrange for Appropriate Learning Assistance

Because of missed days of school, some kids with cancer have difficulty grasping certain concepts. Even if they'll have access to assignments online, they may need some extra support to keep on track with the rest of their peers. If this is what your child needs, options include: *Arranging for after-school or at-home tutoring sessions
*Asking their teachers to give them extra time to complete assignments
*Discussing possible modifications, such as a verbal lessons instead of written ones.
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One World, One Love
One World, One Life ~ We Create a Special World Together ~

Every child deserves a chance at a life filled with happiness and health. When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the disease not only changes the child’s life, but the entire family’s life. Coping with the life-threatening illness along with emotional turmoil is a great challenge. Aside from the physical pain and emotional challenges inflicted by cancer, treating this disease is very expensive, often posing financial hardships on families seeking quality treatment for a child with cancer. At ISCC, a kids' cancer charity, we believe that no child suffering from cancer should be left untreated. Thus, our purpose is to globally increase access to treatment for underprivileged children with cancer. We are strongly committed to supporting these children and their families during the healing process. Our international cancer society is publicly supported through donations from individuals, charitable foundations and businesses that recognize the urgent need to improve treatment and increase cure rates of childhood cancers. We, a charity for children with cancer, invite you to join us in our mission to deliver hope and support to underprivileged cancer stricken children and their families, and in helping children with cancer around the world.

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Join the Cause: Millions of Kids Need Our Help

MAHAK, since inception in 1991 and as a result of over two decades of service has fulfilled a great part of its mission which is to provide comprehensive support for children with cancer, thus reducing child mortality rates and empowering the families of children who suffer from cancer.

Mahak provides supportive, psycho-social and welfare services to the deprived children and their families. Support services include social work, psychology and welfare services. In addition, the charity is responsible for collection of donations and humanitarian assistance from people, institutions and organizations. Fundraising activities include donation boxes, membership schemes, advertising and special projects as well as Public and International Relations that keep rapport with volunteers, donors at national and international level.

This highly specialized pediatric hospital offers the latest methods and technology in detecting and treating childhood cancer such as Leukemia, Brain tumors, Bone tumors, etc.

Mahak’s team of physicians, highly skilled advanced practice nurses with expertise in all aspects of care for children with cancer, psychologists, and social workers are collaborating coherently for early detection and treatment of this catastrophic disease.

Therefore, efforts over the last 24 years have resulted in remarkable increase in cure rate of patients with pediatric cancer.

They also bring together the best minds in pediatric research to set the most effective standards and find out the latest methods of prevention and treatment.Numbers of nationally well-known physicians have gathered to improve the health and safety of children by conducting joint workshops, projects, conferences at national and international level in the field of pediatric cancer.

Every child deserves a chance at a life filled with happiness and health. When a child is diagnosed with cancer, the disease not only changes the child’s life, but the entire family’s life. Coping with the life-threatening illness along with emotional turmoil is a great challenge. Aside from the physical pain and emotional challenges inflicted by cancer, treating this disease is very expensive, often posing financial hardships on families seeking quality treatment for a child with cancer. At ISCC, a kids’ cancer charity, we believe that no child suffering from cancer should be left untreated. Thus, our purpose is to globally increase access to treatment for underprivileged children with cancer. We are strongly committed to supporting these children and their families during the healing process. Our international cancer society is publicly supported through donations from individuals, charitable foundations and businesses that recognize the urgent need to improve treatment and increase cure rates of childhood cancers. We, a charity for children with cancer, invite you to join us in our mission to deliver hope and support to underprivileged cancer stricken children and their families, and in helping children with cancer around the world.
Although coping with a cancer diagnosis and managing the treatments is painful and difficult, it is important to remember that the majority of child cancer patients survive this devastating disease if diagnosed and treated early. A new study put out by the University of Colorado Denver examines the stages and survival rates of cancer. The results of this study indicate that people living in poor neighborhoods have a greater risk of dying from cancer than people with a higher socioeconomic status. In the poorest 25 countries in the world, an estimated 90% of children diagnosed with cancer die. The disparity in survival rates between rich and poor countries is greater for childhood cancers than for any other cancers. Although there has been remarkable progress in the fight against cancer, the incidence of cancer among children is increasing worldwide, particularly in third world countries where access to information and treatment for cancer control is limited or nonexistent. ISCC’s mission is to support children with cancer and make a difference in the lives of cancer-stricken children, adolescents, and their families by providing access to the highest quality care and service possible, regardless of their financial status. ISCC, a charity for children with cancer, is able to do this by raising funds through various vehicles, then granting these funds to hospitals around the world that specialize in treating childhood cancer, such as MAHAK and CHOC Hospital, and cancer research centers, such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, around the world.
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